TTT: 10 Titles That Would Make Good Band Names

This seems like a really fun prompt, and I get to share a bunch of books that I don’t think I would otherwise get to write about. I would probably love at least one song from each of these bands. I see some of them as possible rock bands, and others as singer/songwriters. It’s probably a refection of my own music tastes that I see them as so diverse.

868041732051912Everless (Everless, #1)
Midnight Riot
by Ben Aaronovitch
The Alice Network
by Kate Quinn
Everless
by Sara Holland
Ghostly Echoes (Jackaby, #3)Odd & TrueRoyal Bastards (Royal Bastards, #1)
Ghostly Echoes
by William Ritter
Odd & True
by Cat Winters
Royal Bastards
by Andrew Shvarts
Wink Poppy MidnightHere, There Be Dragons (Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica, #1)The Doldrums (The Doldrums #1)
Wink Poppy Midnight by April Genevieve TucholkeHere, There Be Dragons by James A. OwenThe Doldrums
by Nicholas Gannon
Lady Into Fox
Lady Into Fox
by David Garnett

Pick one of these book titles/band names and tell me what type of music you think they would play!


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  1. Royal Bastards sounds so metal to me – love it!! And Here, There Be Dragons would be a great grunge band – what a fabulous name for a band!!!!! Love Ghostly Echoes too – it just has something ethereal to it.

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  2. Love the band names “Midnight Riot” (80s rock), The Alice Network (grrrl power punk band) and Lady Into Fox (singer/songwriter type music, possibly involving mandolins and sweet harmonies).

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