Rolling Stone's Favorite #PirateBandNames

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September 19, 2012 5:20 PM ET
 Steven Tyler
Steven Tyler
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Joining in on Pirate Talk Day, Rolling Stone put some feelers out on Twitter this afternoon for the funniest and most creative #PirateBandNames, asking you to tweet your best to @RollingStone. We had a couple of our own – Arrrr Kelly and the Carrrrrs – but here are some of our favorites from you.


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