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Music Trivia Team Names

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  • Billie Jean (Michael Jackson song)
  • Delilah (song title and popular love song request DJ)
  • Abbey Rose (Abbey Road Beatles’ Album)
  • Bach (Johann Sebastian Bach)
  • Bingo (Children’s song)
  • Aria (Opera climax)
  • Blondie (80s band)
  • Cherish (song)
  • Aida
  • Dino (Instrumentalist)
  • Frampton (Peter Frampton)
  • Bo (Bo Diddly)
  • Ernie (Tennessee Ernie Ford)
  • Dwight (Dwight Yoakam)
  • Dion (Celine Dion)
  • Bee Gee or BG (Bee Gees)
  • Cecilia (song by Simon & Garfunkel and another by Burden Brothers)
  • Deaky (John Deacon, Queen)
  • Dionne (Dionne Warwick)
  • Aimee (song by Pure Prairie League)
  • Bono (lead singer for band U2)
  • Bruce (Bruce Springsteen)
  • Duke (Duke Ellington)
  • Carly (Carly Simon)
  • Beyoncé
  • Blake (Blake Shelton)
  • Bowie (David Bowie)
  • Daltrey (Roger Daltrey)
  • Cher
  • Dizzy (Dizzy Gillespie)
  • Clark (Dick Clark or Roy Clark)
  • Enya
  • Charo
  • Carrie (Carrie Underwood)
  • Cash (Johnny and/or June Carter Cash)
  • Diana (Diana Ross)
  • Fosse (Broadway Musical about Bob Fosse choreography)
  • Chacha
  • Boogie (Boogie Shoes by KC & Sunshine band)
  • Cece (CeCe Winans)
  • Denver (John Denver)
  • Bryan (Luke Bryan)
  • Daniel (song by Elton John)
  • Ariana (Ariana Grande)
  • Franklin (Aretha Franklin or Kirk Franklin)
  • Cadence
  • Chesney (Kenny Chesney)
  • Diamond (Neil Diamond)
  • Barney (the singling purple dinosaur)
  • Dolly (artist Dolly Parton or song Hello Dolly!)
  • Earle (Scruggs)
  • Freddie (Freddie Mercury, lead singer for the band Queen)
  • Banjo
  • Astley (Rick Astley)
  • Cassidy (David Cassidy)
  • Bebo (Bebo Norman)
  • Deacon (John Deacon, Queen)
  • Eddie (Eddie Van Halen)
  • Amadeus (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
  • Billy Ray (Billy Ray Cyrus)
  • Elvis (Elvia Presley or Elvis Costello)
  • Dre
  • Buckley (Jeff Buckley – Hallelujah)
  • Elvira (song by The Oakridge Boys)
  • Abba
  • Cyndi (Cyndi Lauper)
  • Fernando (Abba song)
  • Carol (type of song)
  • Etta (Etta James)
  • Comet (Bill Haley and the Comets)
  • Floyd (Pink Floyd)
  • Cobain
  • Babe (I Got You Babe – song by Sonny & Cher)
  • Carly Rae (Carly Rae Jepson)
  • Adele
  • Bublé (Michael Bublé)
  • Chaka
  • Figaro
  • Ella (Ella Fitzgerald)
  • Devo (80s band)
  • Diddy
  • Carlos (Carlos Santana)
  • Annie (Annie’s Song by John Denver)
  • Collin (Phil Collins)
  • Evita (Broadway Musical)
  • Frank (Frank Sinatra)
  • Cat (Cat Stevens)
  • Andrea (Andrea Bocelli)
  • Broadway
  • Buddy (Buddy Holly)
  • Celine (Celine Dion)
  • Boz (Boz Scaggs)
  • Boltz (Ray Boltz)
  • Dylan (Bob Dylan)
  • Axl (Axl Rose)
  • Brian (Brian May – Queen guitarist)
  • Dorothy (Wizard of Oz musical)
  • Bruno (Bruno Mars)
  • Crosby (Bing Crosby)
  • Elton (John)
  • Beethoven
  • Belle (Eric Clapton Bell Bottom Blues),
  • Aretha (Aretha Franklin)
  • Bing (Bing Crosby)
  • Barry White
  • Bandy (Moe Bandy)
  • B.B. (B.B. King)
  • Branson
  • Duran (Duran Duran)
  • Braxton (Toni Braxton)
  • Fleetwood (Fleetwood Mac band)
  • Ashford (Ashford & Simpson)