Seattle Hard-Rock Band Thunderpussy Are Fighting to Trademark Their Name

Comments

1

Can you (should you) trademark a name that another band already has?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alabama_Thunderpussy

2

No, it won't pass the test for the Primary Register but that's okay.

Put it on the Secondary Register, continue to defend the mark and you're good.

3

Alabama Thunderpussy were great, one of my favorite bands. They were a hard rock band! Maybe the Seattle crew could go by the moniker Nouveau Thunderpussy.

4

No, Trumpfy's scandalous.
Pussy's just. a. word.
Like the hats?

Speaking of Scandalous
Checkmate on them pants
whoa

hypnotized
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZeTlMpnfHk

5

I didn't hate the video. Kind of catchy in a retro way. But could we make a deal? We give them the trademark if they promise not to remake somebody to love?

6

Photo caption of the decade. I tip my hat to you, sir.

7

Why use the name of somebody who's dead as your band name? That's like wanting to be called Schubert or Luxembourg. Magnolia Thunderpussy died more than a decade ago in California, several years after suffering a massive stroke. No need to drag her back to life as a band.

8

derivative, gimmicky band with a derivative, gimmicky PR stunt

9

They should be fighting to learn how to play their instruments proficiently and how to write an original song. Listen to Nashville Pussy ladies, don't put the cart before the horse.

10

They should be fighting to learn how to play their instruments proficiently and how to write an original song. It's like somebody did a sloppy paint by numbers and claimed to be an important artist.