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Stage Name

Discussion in 'Band Management [BG]' started by TheMarkV, Apr 14, 2015.


  1. TheMarkV

    TheMarkV

    Feb 23, 2009
    PA
    So, I do a bit of a solo act with loops and things, and I also do beats and help some friends make beats. But I was trying to come up with a stage name and I would like to go with "M Tones". The only problem is that there is a small guitar manufacturer that is already called "M Tone Guitars". Is that a problem? Like is it a bit of a social no-no for me to choose a name so similar or should I just go ahead with it? I don't see it being an issue but I don't want to trample any toes so to speak.
     
  2. Not really. My nick name my friends gave me when I was younger was P-bear. Because I'm big and white as heck like a polar bear. Not a single bear ever tried to sue me. Lol

    Seriously though and name wether it's a solo thing or a band name if they aren't on iTunes Amazon and stuff like that you really have no worries. Even then you can change the spelling and be fine. There's a band that's been around for a while called "fields of the nephilim. Our band name is nephilym. We're on iTunes and everything no issues
     
  3. tfer

    tfer

    Jan 1, 2014
    If I ever get really famous I might get an unlisted number, but I'll always keep the name my parents gave me. I'm not a band, so I don't need a stage name.
     
  4. Gaolee

    Gaolee Official leathers tester and crash dummy

    My name is so generic that there are six pages of me in a four page phone book. No stage name needed.
     
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