True Endeavors’ Question Of The Week: Name Droppers

Anybody remember this famous face?  What artist's lyric features her name?

Anybody remember this famous face? What artist’s lyric features her name?

In honor of our latest concert announcement coming later this morning, we want to see how many bands you can think of that have a celebrity (or a play on a celebrity’s name) in their name.   There are more out there than you might think, but we’ll also open this contest up to include song names and lyrics featuring famous folks as well.

Post your picks below and you’ll be entered to win a pair of tickets to a True Endeavors club show of your choice!  (Click here to check out our current lineup.)

Have your responses posted by 6pm on Sunday, September 15.  A winner will be chosen and notified shortly thereafter.  Good luck!

18 Responses

  1. Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin

  2. Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.

  3. Com Truise
    🙂

  4. Elvis Depressedly

  5. Duran Duran took their name from the villain in the movie Barbarella (Named Durand Durand). Classic movie…

  6. Dandy Warhols

  7. Dead Kennedys

  8. Julie Christie, Lorraine Bowen

  9. Gnarls Barkley

  10. Julie christie

  11. iwrestledabearonce – tastes like kevin bacon

  12. Clint Eastwood by the gorillaz, Brian Wilson by the bare naked ladies, goodbye Norma jean by Elton John, Marilyn Manson, like Steve McQueen by Sheryl Crow, moves like jaeger by maroon 5.

  13. Yo La Tengo paid tribute to the beautiful Julie Christie (pictured above)
    in their song “Tom Courtenay” which also drops the name of screen star Eleanor Bron. Great song, great band, great album.

  14. the clinton administration

  15. Joanna Gruesome.

  16. Terry meets Julie, Waterloo Station
    Every Friday night
    (Terrence Stamp and Julie Christie)
    Waterloo Sunset, Ray Davies

  17. Gringo Star

  18. Great responses everyone! Sean is the winner this week — check your e-mail!

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