Top 10 Bands We Wish Had Musicals – Guest post by Chris Ryan

With fabulous shows such as “Jersey Boys” and “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical“, ‘This Boy’ had a hard time narrowing down the list to just ten, but here are the final results ‘From Me to You’.

10. Maroon 5

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Pulling out chart-toppers consistently for the past decade, Maroon 5 would certainly make for a great musical.

9. Linkin Park

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With music that marked the years of our angsty youth, Linkin Park’s dark, gritty sound would be sure to create an interesting story.

8. Fall Out Boy

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What better way to get the punk-rock crowd into theatre?

7. The Fray

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I might just die if this musical isn’t made. So I guess you could say that its creation is ‘How To Save A Life’?

6. U2

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Because Bono, that’s why. I’d definitely go see this musical, U2?

5. Jackson 5

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I definitely didn’t put this as #5 on purpose. Nope.

4. Journey

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Someday this will be turned into a musical, I’m sure of it. ‘Don’t Stop Believin’, folks.

3. Florence and the Machine

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Known for their eclectic fashion and throaty ballads, Florence and the Machine would make a visually stunning and vocally brilliant show.

2. Destiny’s Child

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Girls getting kicked out, new ones joining – the journey of Destiny’s Child would prove to be an interesting musical. Also, BEYONCÉ!

1. Nickleback

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Come on, you know you’d go see it. Plus, we might FINALLY be able to find out “What the hell is on Joey’s head?”

Do you have a particular band you’d like to see turned into a musical? Let us know on all of our social media platforms, like Facebook and Twitter!

And don’t forget to buy your “Let It Be” tickets!

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