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Rockstar Team Names

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Team Names

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  • Lucy (Lucy in the Sky … Beatles song)
  • Miranda (Miranda Lambert)
  • Chaka
  • Rhapsody
  • Bee Gee or BG (Bee Gees)
  • Radney (Radney Faster)
  • Rumour (Fleetwood Mac album Rumours)
  • Bruno (Bruno Mars)
  • Bo (Bo Diddly)
  • Billie Jean (Michael Jackson song)
  • Celine (Celine Dion)
  • Zeppelin (Led Zeppelin)
  • Figaro
  • Lolo
  • Ringo (Ringo Starr)
  • Elvis (Elvia Presley or Elvis Costello)
  • Rod (Rod Stewart)
  • Maria (Maria Callas opera or Maria – Sound of Music)
  • Nikki (Nikki Sixx)
  • Bryan (Luke Bryan)
  • Weezer
  • Mick (Mick Jagger)
  • Roxanne (song by The Police)
  • Aretha (Aretha Franklin)
  • Rosana (song by Toto band)
  • Belle (Eric Clapton Bell Bottom Blues),
  • Rush
  • Mahalia (Mahalia Jackson)
  • Garth (Garth Brooks)
  • Jovi (Bon Jovi)
  • Cadence
  • Tony (Musical Awards)
  • Marley (Bob Marley)
  • Cece (CeCe Winans)
  • Diana (Diana Ross)
  • Astley (Rick Astley)
  • Collin (Phil Collins)
  • Twitty (Conway Twitty)
  • Queen or Queenie (Queen band or Queen Latifa)
  • Patti (Patti LaBelle or Patti Smith)
  • Otis (Otis Redding)
  • Toby (Toby Mac or Toby Keith)
  • Dre
  • Jesse (Jesse’s Girl – Rick Springfield song)
  • Broadway
  • Iggy (Iggy Pop or Iggy Azalea)
  • Oleta (Oleta Adams)
  • Dizzy (Dizzy Gillespie)
  • Earle (Scruggs)
  • Branson
  • Elton (John)
  • Sixx (Nikki Sixx)
  • Luke (Luke Bryan)
  • Harrison (George Harrison)
  • Duran (Duran Duran)
  • Sebastian (Johann Sebastian Bach)
  • Carol (type of song)
  • Jagger (Mick Jagger, Rolling Stones)
  • Holley (Buddy Holley)
  • Justin (Justin Timberlake or Justin Beiber)
  • Shakira
  • Jenny (Jenny 867-5309 by Tommy Tutone)
  • Stevie (Stevie Nicks or Stevie Ray Vaughn or Stevie Wonder)
  • Taylor (James Taylor or Taylor Swift or Taylor Dayne)
  • Joni (Joni Mitchell)
  • Peabo (Peabo Bryson)
  • Sly (Sly Stone)
  • Henley (Don Henley, The Eagles band)
  • Billy Ray (Billy Ray Cyrus)
  • Linus (classical loving pianist friend of Charlie Brown)
  • Presley (Elvis Presley)
  • Cecilia (song by Simon & Garfunkel and another by Burden Brothers)
  • Twyla (Twyla Paris)
  • Richie (Lionel Richie)
  • Eddie (Eddie Van Halen)
  • Ernie (Tennessee Ernie Ford)
  • Cherish (song)
  • Rocket Man (Elton John song)
  • Roger (Roger Taylor – Queen drummer or singer Roger Daltrey)
  • Aimee (song by Pure Prairie League)
  • Sally (Long Tall Sally by Little Richard or Mustang Sally by Wilson Pickett)
  • Bing (Bing Crosby)
  • Jaci (Jaci Velasquez)
  • Nelson (Willie Nelson)
  • Luciano (Luciano Pavarotti)
  • Rufus (Chakka Khan)
  • Diddy
  • Duke (Duke Ellington)
  • Barry White
  • Pink
  • Freddie (Freddie Mercury, lead singer for the band Queen) <3 !
  • Pavarotti (Luciano Pavarotti)
  • von Trapp (Sound of Music)
  • Nicki (Nicki Minaj)
  • Sting (lead singer The Police band)
  • Ashford (Ashford & Simpson)
  • Lyric
  • Babe (I Got You Babe – song by Sonny & Cher)
  • Leo (Leo Sayer)
  • Rose (Axl Rose and Sting’s Desert Rose )
  • Selena
  • Keyshia (Keyshia Cole)
  • Franklin (Aretha Franklin or Kirk Franklin)
  • Sawyer (band)
  • Carrie (Carrie Underwood)
  • Gershwin (George Gershwin)
  • Bowie (David Bowie)
  • Mama Mia
  • Jackson (Jackson Browne, Michael Jackson, or Alan Jackson)
  • Rock
  • Evita (Broadway Musical)
  • Sherry (song by The Four Seasons)
  • Shania (Shania Twain)
  • Jay-Z
  • Sam (Sam Smith)
  • Boz (Boz Scaggs)
  • Louie (Louie Louie by The Kingsman)
  • Urban (Keith Urban)
  • Ty (Ty Herndon)
  • Lucille (several songs)
  • Tango
  • Wolfgang (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
  • Tom (Tom Waits)
  • Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
  • Lady (various songs by Styx, Kenny Rogers, etc.)
  • Kurt (Cobain)
  • Cat (Cat Stevens)
  • Haley (Bill Haley)
  • Smokey (Smokey Robinson)
  • Ella (Ella Fitzgerald)
  • Frank (Frank Sinatra)
  • Motown
  • Katy or Katie (Katy Perry)
  • Janice (Janice Joplin)
  • Ronnie (Ronnie Milsap)
  • Rigby (Beatles’ song Eleanor Rigby)
  • Whitley (Keith Whitley)
  • Rascal (Rascal Flatts)
  • Elvira (song by The Oakridge Boys)
  • Cobain
  • Mercury (Freddie Mercury, Queen)
  • Miles (Miles Davis)
  • Frampton (Peter Frampton)
  • Macy (Macy Gray)
  • Beethoven
  • Sarah (Sarah Smile by Hall & Oates)
  • Delilah (song title and popular love song request DJ)
  • Bono (lead singer for band U2)
  • Whitney (Whitney Houston)
  • Etta (Etta James)
  • Issak (Chris Issak)
  • Rhiannon (Fleetwood Mac)
  • Daniel (song by Elton John)
  • Maxine (John Legend)
  • Hagar (Sammy Hagar)
  • Ruffin (David Ruffin – The Temptations)
  • Sharona (My Sharona song by The Knack)
  • Reba (Reba McEntire)
  • Beyoncé
  • Fernando (Abba song)
  • Carly Rae (Carly Rae Jepson)
  • Mandy (song by Barry Manilow)
  • Bublé (Michael Bublé)
  • Ziggy (Ziggy Marley or Ziggy Stardust by David Bowie)
  • Comet (Bill Haley and the Comets)
  • Paisley
  • Kanye (Kanye West)
  • Willie (Nelson, of course!)
  • Daltrey (Roger Daltrey)
  • Mary J (Mary J. Blige)
  • Cassidy (David Cassidy)
  • Dolly (artist Dolly Parton or song Hello Dolly!)
  • Georgia (Sweet Georgia Brown)
  • Adele
  • Van (Van Morrison)
  • Rhianna
  • Patsy (Patsy Cline)
  • Gloria (Gloria Estefan)
  • Tommy (70s Rock Opera movie)
  • Joss (Joss Stone)
  • Mambo
  • Melody or Melodee
  • Dino (Instrumentalist)
  • Toto (band)
  • Abbey Rose (Abbey Road Beatles’ Album)
  • Lenny (Lenny Kravitz)
  • Jethro (Jethro Tull)
  • Crosby (Bing Crosby)
  • Quincy (Quincy Jones)
  • Amadeus (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
  • Tyler (Stephen Tyler)
  • Bruce (Bruce Springsteen)
  • Dion (Celine Dion)
  • Huey (Huey Lewis and the News)
  • Usher
  • Hank (Hank Williams)
  • Perry (Steve Perry, lead singer Journey band or Katy Perry)
  • Harper
  • Bach (Johann Sebastian Bach)
  • Charo
  • Henry the VIII (song by Herman and the Hermits)
  • Jimi (Jimi Hendrix)
  • LeDoux (Chris LeDoux)
  • Kylie (Kylie Minogue)
  • Martin (Dean Martin)
  • Mac (Fleetwood Mac or Toby Mac)
  • Montserrat (Montserrat Caballé opera)
  • Willie Catson (Nelso for cats!)
  • Sunshine (You Are My Sunshine song)
  • Jett (Joan Jett)
  • Carlos (Carlos Santana)
  • Pablo (Pablo Cruise)
  • Julio (Juio Iglesias)
  • Leon (Kings of Leon)
  • Waylon (Waylon Jennings)
  • Mariah (Mariah Carey)
  • Isley (Isley Brothers)
  • Boltz (Ray Boltz)
  • Buddy (Buddy Holly)
  • Jazz
  • Gino (Gino Vanelli)
  • Gretl (Sound of Music)
  • Santana (Carlos Santana)
  • Fosse (Broadway Musical about Bob Fosse choreography)
  • Nora or Norah (inspired by Norah Jones)
  • Gabriel or Gabe (Peter Gabriel)
  • Kiki (Kiki Dee)
  • Vivaldi (Classical music)
  • Starr (Ringo Starr)
  • Peaches (Peaches & Herb
  • Chesney (Kenny Chesney)
  • Floyd (Pink Floyd)
  • Denver (John Denver)
  • Stewart (Rod Stewart)
  • Simon (Carly Simon or Simon & Garfunkel)
  • Cash (Johnny and/or June Carter Cash)
  • Jude (song by The Beatles)
  • Phantom (Phantom of the Opera)
  • Miley (Miley Cyrus)
  • Lou (Lou Reed or Lou Rawls)
  • Barney (the singling purple dinosaur)
  • Gladys (Gladys Knight)
  • Symphony
  • Aria (Opera climax)
  • Clark (Dick Clark or Roy Clark)
  • B.B. (B.B. King)
  • Maggie Mae (Rod Stewart)
  • Cyndi (Cyndi Lauper)
  • Levon (song by Elton John or Levon Helm)
  • Blondie (80s band)
  • Oz (Wizard of Oz musical)
  • Tito (Tito Jackson or Tito Puente)
  • Joe Cocker (singer – popular name for male Cocker Spaniel dogs)
  • Mercy (Mercy Me band)
  • Pandora
  • Bebo (Bebo Norman)
  • Diamond (Neil Diamond)
  • Deacon (John Deacon, Queen)
  • Carly (Carly Simon)
  • Selah
  • Dorothy (Wizard of Oz musical)
  • Enya
  • Rio (Duran Duran song)
  • Lennon (John Lennon or Lennon Sisters)
  • Marvin (Marvin Gaye)
  • Chacha
  • Treble
  • Lil Wayne
  • Marta (Sound of Music)
  • Percy (Percy Sledge)
  • Aida
  • Natalie (song by Bruno Mars)
  • George or Georgie (George Strait, George Michael, George Jones, or George Harrison)
  • Leroy (Leroy Brown song by Jim Croce)
  • Blake (Blake Shelton)
  • Jazzy (Jazzy Jeff)
  • Jerry Lee (Jerry Lee Lewis)
  • Layla (Eric Clapton song)
  • Kokomo (Beach Boys’ song)
  • Paris (Twyla Paris)
  • Hendrix (Jimi Hendrix)
  • Buckley (Jeff Buckley – Hallelujah)
  • Nashville
  • Ariana (Ariana Grande)
  • Nirvana
  • Kinks
  • Ozzy
  • Dionne (Dionne Warwick)
  • Harmony
  • Bandy (Moe Bandy)
  • Petula (Petula Clark)
  • Annie (Annie’s Song by John Denver or the Broadway musical Annie Get Your Gun or Annie Lennox)
  • Luther (Luther Vandross)
  • Zappa (Frank Zappa)
  • Lyrical
  • Axl (Axl Rose)
  • Joplin (Janice Joplin)
  • Memphis
  • Boogie (Boogie Shoes by KC & Sunshine band)
  • Millie (from the Broadway Musical, Thoroughly Modern Millie)
  • Banjo
  • Shoji (Shoji Tabuchi)
  • Dwight (Dwight Yoakam)
  • Deaky (John Deacon, Queen)
  • Gilley (Mickey Gilley)
  • Rhonda (Help Me Rhonda song by the Beach Boys)
  • Moe (Moe Bandy)
  • Brian (Brian May – Queen guitarist)
  • Dylan (Bob Dylan)
  • Monkee or Monkey (The Monkees band)
  • Salsa
  • Fleetwood (Fleetwood Mac band)
  • Devo (80s band)
  • Prince (Artist formerly known as or rapper The Fresh Prince/Will Smith)
  • Abba
  • Braxton (Toni Braxton)
  • Olivia (Olivia Newton John)
  • Andrea (Andrea Bocelli)
  • Penny or Penny Lane (Beatles song)
  • Peggy Sue (Buddy Holly song)
  • Cher
  • King (Nat King Cole or King of Pop Michael Jackson)
  • McLean (Don McLean)
  • Zac (Zac Brown Band)
  • Bingo (Children’s song)
  • Sammy (Sammy Hagar or Sammy Davis Jr.)
  • Snoop Dog
  • ZZ (ZZ Top)