Multiple Men With The Same Name Form Paul O'Sullivan Band Paul O'Sullivan of Baltimore was perusing social media, and friending people who shared his name. Some were musicians like him. They've formed The Paul O'Sullivan Band and released their first single.
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Multiple Men With The Same Name Form Paul O'Sullivan Band

Multiple Men With The Same Name Form Paul O'Sullivan Band

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Paul O'Sullivan of Baltimore was perusing social media, and friending people who shared his name. Some were musicians like him. They've formed The Paul O'Sullivan Band and released their first single.

TONYA MOSLEY, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Tonya Mosley. Paul O'Sullivan from Baltimore was noodling around on social media, friending people who shared his name. And many of his fellow Pauls accepted his requests. Some were even musicians just like him. So they did the Ramones one better and formed the Paul O'Sullivan Band. Four musical Paul O'Sullivans in Baltimore, Manchester, Pennsylvania and Rotterdam, recording music remotely. Here's their first single.

(SOUNDBITE OF SONG, "NAMESAKE")

THE PAUL O'SULLIVAN BAND: (Singing) Or did you choose your place...

MOSLEY: It's MORNING EDITION.

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