Some bands have strange pronunciations of their names, that aren't immediately obvious from their spelling.
Entries Beginning with K
pronounced as K J Five Two
He stressed this in the name of his album "It's Pronounced Five-Two"
She was a member of Destiny's Child before going solo, just like her bandmate Beyonce.
"Celtic" is the only "CE-" word (at least that I know of) that actually starts with a hard sound.
I thought it was pronounced "Mack Leen"
And her sister Dannii's name is pronounced "Dan-ee"
pronounced as Kigh-us
Rhymes with "pious"
Her surname is of French origin, which explains why the "T" is silent and the stress is on that second syllable. (It is NOT "Cay-YAHT" because that would be Spanish.)
Short 'a' sound, like in "apple" and both e's short
it's a finnish word, why does everyone make it sound english? it's pronounced the same way it's written --> "Korpiklaani" the accent falling on "kor" and "aa" is a:...so a prolonged "a" sound
I felt this was necessary because I heard a radio DJ pronounce the first syllable "KWOR," instead of "core."
Famous for "Fahr'n, fahr'n, fahr'n auf der AUTOBAHN" in 1974, often mistaken as "Fun, fun, fun, on the AUTOBAHN".
No, it's not mick-VIGH
Krzysztof Penderecki pronounced as Kshishtoff Pender-et-skee
They named themselves after a member of the Manson family.
Queen Ida & The Bon Temps Zydeco Band pronounced as Kween Eye-duh and the Bon Tom Zie-deck-o Band
Zydeco is a type of folk music often referred to as "la la" Creole music. It is a blend of Creole and French music and was discovered in Southwest Louisiana in the 19th century.
In a British accent.
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