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As I was reading this, I thought of the "no name bar" in Sausalito CA, which has been around for more than 50 years. Its name always seemed so appropriate, and even more so after I read a bit of its history: http://bit.ly/gaI2uO

Thanks, NextMoon. I mentioned the No Name Bar in that post about The Nameless, linked above.

Once again with the Band Name angle, this seems like a good spot to mention No Use For a Name from San Jose.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No_Use_for_a_Name

According to the Wikipedia Band Name Etymology page, the band "Had a show booked but were told they would have to cancel if they didn't have a name for their band. They decided to use the name "No Use for a Name" temporarily until they thought of a better one. After a while the name stuck."

Their debut album? "Incognito".

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