Is this for YOUR band? Or for the church band? A band of gypsies?
Give us some more details. I take it there will be no long skirts, hemp, or circles of love in the band. But what will there be?I'll also suggest steering clear of "Big Toe Co." "Professor Griff" "Tall Lacy Dog" "Satellite 77" and "digory." They've all been used before. :-)Here's a few random ideas:Literary reference: CloisterLatin reference: Fiat Lux (let there be light)Obvious: Squares in Short Skirts:-)
Thanks Bret. I'll avoid the names mentioned. . . although I always thought digory was great. More details? two women. guitar/piano.
"Hallie" it means "praise the Lord"
storydancewalkyou know, one word noun or verb that tells a lot more than it says
The first thing that comes to mind is:Had TwoorHad TooI usually come up with band names that just shouldn't be, so this assignment is hard.A favorite from the past: Unevenly Yoked
SonidadDoesn't it roughly translate out as "sound" or something close to that?Plus, it's an anagram for Addison.
SynchronicityThat's all that popped into my head, but it's midnight, so might not make a whole lot of sense - or even be spelt right!!
The Sojourners...kind of the story of your lives.
Shilohin Hebrew it means a gift for Him
drop it like it's hot?
I'm stickin with my previous suggestion....The Hermans. Who cares if that name is taken by some band in Montana! Montana is practically another country anyway, right? :)
Once again, my friends come through for me! These are all great ideas. Martha, genius. :)
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