Top 25 Bands That Start With The Letter E

How many bands can you name that start with E? Amazingly, not as much as you may think. It’s probably easier to come up with a list of songs with unbelievable backstories.

There are plenty of songs with outrageous lyrics and even more songs with unbelievably sad messages, but coming up with a list of bands that start with the letter E, that is tough.

The Eagles and Evanescence are two very popular bands that start with the letter E, but what else? Don’t get a headache thinking about it, because we already have that list going! So, sit back, have your Spotify handy and read about the top 25 bands that start with the letter E.

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Exile

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Exile, originally known as The Exiles, is an American rock band founded in Richmond, Kentucky. They grabbed the headlines in 1978 with the ballad hit “Kiss You All Over.”

The song was later used in the 1996 Adam Sandler movie Happy Gilmore and in the 2006 film Employee of the Month.

24

Exodus

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Exodus is an American thrash metal band formed in the late 1970s in Richmond, California.

Like every metal band that respects its name and fame, they have gone through numerous lineup changes.

During the past 40 years, they have released ten studio albums, three live albums, two compilation albums, three video albums, eleven music videos, and eight singles. Not bad!

23

Eruption

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Eruption was a popular British disco and R&B band back in the 1970s. They are notable for their covers of several songs.

Their cover of Ann Peebles song “I Can’t Stand the Rain” and Neil Sedaka’s “One Way Ticket”,  were big disco hits in 1978 and 1979, respectively.

22

Elf

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Elf was an American rock band that founded in 1967 by the “God of Metal,” Ronnie James Dio. The band was originally called the Electric Elves.

Interestingly, it was shortened to the Elves in 1968 and finally Elf in 1972. They may never gave us a hit, but they gave to the music world the one and only Dio!

21

The Elegants

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The Elegants is an American doo-wop vocal group that was formed in 1958 by five Italian-American boys in New York. The band usually performed informally under the boardwalk by their homes.

Regardless, they managed to produce a number one hit titled “Little Star” which also became gold in the US.

They never produced another hit, but they still toured with great artists such as Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, and Jerry Lee Lewis.



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