Elvis Costello will to push out a new album in October, his first using the Imposters considering that the Momofuko record from last 2008. Two singles seem to be streaming from Look Now, one called “Under Lime” plus the other dubbed “Unwanted Number.”
Its release will almost coincide while using fortieth anniversary of his initial album, the sensational My Aim Is True. Hits like “Allison” and “Watching the Detectives” helped insure that this man who was simply born Declan McManus would turn into legend almost as big as that surrounding the singer who shares his first name.
Here are ten other recording artists who adopted pseudonyms they have immortalized.
He became just about the most flamboyant lead singers in rock history, forever referred to as Freddie Mercury of Queen.
Early within the entire band was generally known as Alice Cooper, but immediately that name was implemented solely for the lead singer.
Of course the Hibbing, Minnesota native would take for the name of a poet, for Bob Dylan himself would eventually win the Nobel Prize for Literature for the strength of his remarkable verses set to music.
Since the Monkees in addition to their lead singer was around for quite some time, this aspiring young folk rock artist would continue to “fame-fame-fame” as David Bowie.
Like his original identity, his new surname would be a common first name like John. His adopted first name, Elton, is currently the only one he needs.
One could only suppose that his pseudonym would not hurt much, since Sting continued to lead the well-accepted rock band known as the Police.
He cut the syllables in two while keeping exactly the same initial, making Aerosmith’s lead singer forever often known as Steven Tyler.
Anyone even faintly aware about rock history sees that this influential drummer became Ringo Starr right before finding immortality having a group called The Beatles.
William Michael Albert Broad
Four names were shortened to your mere nine letters after he became Billy Idol, who scored huge hits with “White Wedding”, “Dancing with Myself”, “Eyes Without a Face” along with a cover version of “Mony Mony” first made famous by Tommy James and also the Shondells.