List of bands named after other performers' songs

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This is a list of bands whose names are taken from songs by other artists where both artists in question have articles on the English Wikipedia.

Exact matches[edit]

Approximations, partial matches, and lyrics[edit]

Incorrect associations[edit]

  • BarlowGirl is not named after Superchick's "Barlow Girls". In fact, the song was recorded as a tribute to the band.[citation needed]
  • I Set My Friends On Fire was not named after Aiden's "I Set My Friends On Fire". They stated on the Myspace blog that "(They) didn't even know that it was an Aiden song until it was too late."

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Greatest Funk Classics by New Birth
  2. ^ Death Cab for Cutie. The Washington Post. February 16, 2001. 
  3. ^ Jerry Bloom (2006). Black Knight: Ritchie Blackmore. Omnibus Press 2008. "Blackmore has stated; "It was a song my grandmother used to play on the piano."" 
  4. ^ Madness - The Dangermen Sessions Vol 1
  5. ^ http://www.mtscollective.com/2011/08/exclusive-story-so-far-interview.html
  6. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Z5STqusndg
  7. ^ Sweet Thing Figure Dancing Is Better Than Crying
  8. ^ The great rock discography By Martin Charles Strong, John Peel, p. 242
  9. ^ Al Atkin's recounting of the founding of Judas Priest
  10. ^ Binelli, Mark (2005-06-16). "Hit Men". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2008-04-26. 
  11. ^ Gary James' interview with Mike Pinder of the Moody Blues; Classicbands.com
  12. ^ Roberts, David (1998). Guinness Rockopedia (1st ed.). London: Guinness Publishing Ltd. p. 284. ISBN 0-85112-072-5.