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If two existing groups combined members, what could they call their new resulting group.

A real example: "L.A. Guns" and "Hollywood Roses" combined to form "Guns 'n' Roses". I'm asking for fake examples, but if you have a real one, mention it's real in your comment and submit it anyways.

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Patti Drew Carey
Patti Drew combined with Drew Carey
Submitted By: K.N. Pepper
Grand Theft Busta
Submitted By: Nathan
Green Dayvid Bowie
Green Day combined with David Bowie
Submitted By: Russ
Adelitas Milky Way Chance
Submitted By: Megan Tereon
KBJ-52's
KJ-52 combined with B-52's
Both band names contain the number 52 right after a hyphen, so it seems appropriate to combine them. KBJ is an architectural firm based in Jacksonville Florida. Coincidentally, the first performer is also from the state of Florida, and the B-52s were formed in the state of Georgia, which borders Florida, so it all makes sense.
Submitted By: Joe
Kings of Leon Jackson
Submitted By: Pete Worst
Aleon Jackson
Combining two unrelated male singers with the same last name and first names that could be combined in their own right.
Submitted By: Pete Worst
Nelly Furtad-Yo
Nelly Furtado combined with Ne-Yo
Submitted By: K.N. Pepper
Fountains of Wayne Brady
Submitted By: Gus
Pink Mink
Pink combined with Mink
Submitted By: Paula Bland
Crystal Water Castles
Submitted By: Sheila Oh
Ray Charles Sims
Submitted By: Paula Bland
Jonathan King Harvest
Submitted By: Gail McFarland
Naomi Juddson Spence
Submitted By: Hector
Simply Red Tide
Simply Red combined with Red Tide
Red Tide was a thrash metal band, mainly active in the 90's and early 2000's. They didn't have much success.
Submitted By: Hector
John Prince
John Prine combined with Prince
How I initially misread the first performer's name. Also, if we had add-letter for performer names, this would be a perfect example!
Submitted By: Orville Beddenrocker
Acetone of Base
Ace of Base combined with Acetone
Would change the pronunciation of the initial 'A' (giving it a short-vowel sound).
Submitted By: Joe
Silver Spoon
The Sylvers combined with Spoon
Submitted By: Reggie Pillbox
Aileen Queen
Aileen Quinn combined with Queen
Get it - "a lean queen"! (Aileen Quinn played the title role in the 1982 film version of "Annie.")
Submitted By: Joe
The Jonas Blue Brothers
Submitted By: Larry

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