IT Was a Band Called Wreckin Crew. They releasd four Dance Singles And One Lp.
my band is a rock/pop band and our name is the fallen ones. pretty original dont ya think?
A rubber band, obviously
The band's name was Europe.
A band with killing in the name could be answered two ways. The most widely accepted answer would be the band 'Rage Against the Machine' with their song, "Killing in the Name". However, there is a rock band out of Australia called 'Killing Heidi', therefore also qualifying as a band with killing in their name. Formed in the 1990's, 'Killing Heidi' had an album go platinum in 2000.
Josh Turner's band is called The Tonkin Honkies.
The band on the picture sleeve is The Trolls from Chicago.
They formed in 1967 Chicago, Illinois, hence the name.
"The Big Thing."
The band that would eventually become Emerson Drive was founded in 1995 and took the name 12 Gauge. It was later discovered that this name was also the name of an American rap band. In 1999 they changed their name and became Emerson Drive.
This team was founded in 1997, and has had no other names.
The band founded by him and his friends is called Rolling Stones.
Motorola, a telecommunications company, was founded under this name in 1928.
Jean Baptiste Point du Sable is considered the first permanent resident.
They were called the Decatur Staleys. They were founded by George Stanley Halas in Decatur, Illinois.
The commercial name for the band Dipset is The Diplomats. They are a hip-hop group from New York and were founded in 1997. Their first album, 'Diplomatic Immunity', enjoyed great success.
John Lennon's band, founded in the late '50s, was The Quarrymen. They changed the name a few times and added/released band members.
The band El Tri was founded in 1968. Their original name was Three Souls in My Mind. They are a Mexican rock band, originating in Mexico City. They are fronted by Alex Lora.