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Some bands have strange pronunciations of their names, that aren't immediately obvious from their spelling.

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Entries Beginning with G

Gito Gito Hustler pronounced as Ghee-toh Ghee-toh Hussler
It's pronounced with hard G's since it's Japanese.
Lefty Lucy
Genkaku Allergy pronounced as Ghen-KAH-koo Allerjee
That's right, the first word has a hard G sound, since it's Japanese
Glenn Frey pronounced as Glen Fry
His surname is pronounced as if the "e" wasn't even there.
Keira Dayley
Gloria Estefan pronounced as Glor-e-uh Est-e-fawn
G├ąte pronounced as Go- te
O like in orc and E like in elf
Gojira pronounced as Go-jeer-uh
Gotye pronounced as Go-tee-ay
I don't get it either.
Brian Kelly
Gordon Gano pronounced as Gore-dun Guh-no
Ex-singer with Violent Femmes.
Gov't Mule pronounced as Government Mule
GUV-ern-mint mule. The name is an abbreviation for the word "government."
Greg Kihn Band pronounced as greg Kin band
The "H" is silent
The Gazette pronounced as The guh-ZETT
The way they stylize it(the gazettE) makes it look like the final E should be pronounced and stressed, but it's not.
Lefty Lucy
Guniw Tools pronounced as Gunyuu Tools
Gwen Stefani pronounced as Gwen Ste-FAWN-nee
Not pronounced like "Stephanie"; that's incorrect.

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