Tuesday, March 1, 2005

Sound Of Singers’ Names Helps Tune Into Their Karma

SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – If you want to tune into your favorite singer’s karma, the sound of their name is key.

Barbara Mark, a “vibrational name expert” in San Diego, says musicians like Kelly Clarkson and groups like Franz Ferdinand get an extra boost of empowerment thanks to alliterative names.

Mark says all those “K” sounds in “Kelly Clarkson” give the American Idol winner “the desire to do what it takes to get where she wants to be” and make her destined to be a long-term star.

On the other hand, the double D’s in “Dr. Dre” make him successful at music but also separate him from others, making for a lonely life outside of showbiz.

Marks says the band members in groups with multiple F’s like Franz Ferdinand, Foo Fighters or Five For Fighting probably had unhappy home lives and desire a good domestic situation.

Finally, Mark says the members of double B band names like the Backstreet Boys or the Beach Boys enjoy physical pleasures but risk engaging in self-indulgence to the point of addiction.

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