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Discussion in 'Band Wagon' started by sir humphrey, Nov 17, 2014.
A member here Jipp, lives in APACHE JUNCTION Arizona.
Now that's a cool name for a band.
Tortilla Council Flats
I've seen them a few times in the Chicago area. They do a Fab job of it.
Norfolk and Way Band.
I saw a story a couple of years ago about the same thing in Afghanistan: "Kabul Fried Chicken"
So does boot(lid)
The Severn Sons...
The Avon Riders...
I'm sure there's a "K" Fried chicken chain in Kazakhstan as well... and Kenya too, I guess.. anywhere there's a K in the name of the place.. you have hot oil... and chicken... you're good to go....
Houndogs of Cabot Tower
Lazy Jake and the Bath County line
Blood on the Tyres
Red Clay Royals
The Queen's Cowboys
Royal Buffalo Band
Findon Village Hoedown
Keep Calm-Play Country
HMS Country Music
The Rolling Tones
The Smiths ... and Wessons
The Westie Crackers
Since you are going to play modern country and many of those songs make some form of reference how about "Red Dirt Road". It is also easy to remember.
Does anyone in the UK know what that means?
Since it is "new country" you should mention "pickup truck" 5 times in the bandname
Yeah - although in the UK it would have to be Red Dirt A-Road!
The Hound Dawgs of Baskerville