Elvis Costello will release a brand new album in October, his first with the Imposters because the Momofuko album from back in 2008. Two sisters are already flowing from Appearance Today, one called"Beneath Lime" along with another dubbed"Unwanted Number."
Its launch will nearly coincide with the fortieth anniversary of the very first record, the magnificent My Aim Is True. Hits like"Allison" and"Watching the Detectives" helped assure that the guy who had been born Declan McManus could eventually become a legend nearly as large as the singer that shares his name.
Listed below are just ten other recording artists that embraced pseudonyms they have immortalized.
He was clearly one of the most flamboyant lead singers in history, forever called Freddie Mercury of Queen.
Early on the whole ring was known as Alice Cooper, but quite soon that title was used solely because of its lead singer.
Obviously the Hibbing, Minnesota native could take on the title of a poet, for Bob Dylan himself will finally win the Nobel Prize for Literature about the potency of his impressive verses set to music.
Considering that the Monkees and their lead singer was in existence for many decades, this aspiring young folk rock artist goes on to"fame-fame-fame" as David Bowie.
His embraced first title, Elton, is currently the only one that he desires.
An individual can only assume that his pseudonym didn't hurt , because Sting went on to direct the very common rock group called the Authorities.
He cut on the syllables in half when retaining the exact same first, making Aerosmith's lead singer indefinitely called Steven Tyler.
Anyone faintly conscious of stone history understands that this powerful drummer became Ringo Starr before discovering immortality using a group called The Beatles.
William Michael Albert Broad
Four titles were shortened to a mere nine letters later he turned into Billy Idol, who scored huge hits with"White Wedding","Dancing with Myself","Eyes Without a Face" and a cover version of"Mony Mony" first made famous by Tommy James and the Shondells.
John Richard Baldwin
He can be heard playing on organ on"Stairway To Heaven" but he largely kept the rhythm because bassist John Paul Jones of this legendary rock group Led Zeppelin.