If Rock Stars Weren't Rock Stars Get out those guitars: It's music parody time in a word game where the names of famous musical acts are mashed up with regular-people occupations.
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If Rock Stars Weren't Rock Stars

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If Rock Stars Weren't Rock Stars

If Rock Stars Weren't Rock Stars

If Rock Stars Weren't Rock Stars

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House musician Jonathan Coulton leads a music parody game alongside host Ophira Eisenberg on Ask Me Another at the Bell House in Brooklyn, New York. Mike Katzif/NPR hide caption

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House musician Jonathan Coulton leads a music parody game alongside host Ophira Eisenberg on Ask Me Another at the Bell House in Brooklyn, New York.

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Get out those guitars: It's music parody time in a word game where the names of famous musical acts are mashed up with regular-people occupations.

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