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Farming Ideas for Radio Station/Club Name

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posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 10:29 AM
a few friends and I are planning to start a music artists club at our college. our core community will be made up of musicians for the most part, but of course anyone can join. the idea is that the college club's purpose is to bring together different artists and expose them to other artists they probably would have never known, and hopefully, jam together and share their ideas with one another. it will also be a forum for general music discussion and appreciation etc. also what i hope to do is form a band or multiple bands from the members of this group, whether it be a natural synthesis in response the members' interests or I am forced to put one together, and open up our rocking out services to other clubs so that we can be used not only to promote their clubs, but our club and our bands as well. we would basically be like a band for hire, with different bands being hired for different events. that also means we need event managers....

anyways im getting ahead of myself. thats the general idea of the club. also, i want to start an internet radio station to be run by a committee within the club.

to my q: got an idea for a name that can be used by both the club and the radio station?

my hat is in for 'Music Matters', because our Matter is Music and Music Matters. heheh
edit on 28-9-2011 by asperetty because: (no reason given)

posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 11:03 AM
How bout a play on words:
"The note house" insted of the nut house
Or "The tuney bin"

I dont know why I thought of crazy people names though.

posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 10:03 PM
In the old days people used to go '"Jukin". Which is a play of words meaning the juke box.

We would go listen to music, talk, dance.
I know your name is very sophisticated, mine is old and used.

Guess it depends on the idea you wish to impart when someone reads it. Or the feeling a person will get when remembering and talking to others.

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