Baby Name Poll Results
Rock ’n Roll baby girl vs. names?
Hey! I recently found out I was pregnant and we still don’t know the sex. Me and my husband love rock n’ roll so we decided to give a ’rocker’ name for our baby... We already chosen Axel Steven (from Axl Rose and Steven Tyler) for a baby boy but we need your help to choose a girl’s name. We’re counting on you to help! Thanks!
The Top Baby Name is...
Rock ’n roll Baby girl
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Joan (from Joan Jett)
Karen (from Karen Carpenter, though The Carpenters isn’t exactly a rock n’ roll band)
Isley- Isley brothers
Fiona- Fiona Apple
Lennon- John Lennon
Meg- Meg White
Layla- Eric Clapton song
Alice- Alice Cooper
Henley- Don Henley of the Eagles
Jane- Janis Joplin
Caroline- Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond
Dylan- Bob Dylan
Everly- Everly Brothers
Marley- Bob Marley (not really rock and roll but iconic and awesome)
Presley- Elvis Presley
Alice (Alice Cooper)
Athena (Athena, The Who)
Caroline (Sweet Caroline, Neil Diamond)
Ivy (Poison Ivy, The Hollies)
Layla (Layla, Eric Clapton)
Lola (Lola, the Kinks)
Lorelei (Lorelei, Styx)
Spring (Bruce Springsteen)
Maureen (for Maureen Tucker of the Velvet Underground).
Belinda (for Belinda Carlisle of the GO-GOs)
Debbie (Debbie Harry)
Chrissie (for Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders)
No need to give your daughter a male’s name. Girls can rock, too.
As a huge fan, I second Spring for Bruce Springsteen, or you could use a character from his songs like:
Or Eleanor (The Beatles)
Joan (Joan Jett)
Melissa (Melissa Etheridge)
Emily or Amy (Indigo Girls)
Patricia (Pat Benatar)
Stephanie (Stevie Nicks)
Roxanne (song by Sting and the Police)
Tracy (Tracy Chapman)
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