Some bands have strange pronunciations of their names, that aren't immediately obvious from their spelling.
Entries Beginning with B
pronounced as BAH-sha
After all when I thought in "Time and Tide" video, Basia's name pronounced "BAY sha", 18 years later when I watched it on youtube, she said "BAH-sha."
Not Bee-five-twos; the number 52 is read like it normally would be.
Easy enough, but so many people get it wrong
They were a Christian alternative rock band in the 90s. They changed their name to Model Engine in 1997 and broke up 3 years later. The title is in reference to the seven sons of Sceva mentioned in the book of Acts of the Bible.
Personally I like bon, as in bon-bon, eye-vur. Oh well :)
They use the Roman numeral for 2.
This is the pronunciation I've heard. I'm surprised it's not pronounced "Boor-ZHWAH", which is French.
Pronounced like Coburn, as in actor James.
Best known for his 1962 hit "Hey Baby."
Yeah. I used to pronounce it like "bay-hay-moth"
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