How these rock stars got their nicknames

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Jerry Lee Lewis - One of the greatest performers in rock 'n' roll history, Jerry Lee Lewis was also known as "Killer."

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Jerry Lee Lewis - The nickname was given to him in high school, because he would "kill it" with his energetic performances.

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Jim Morrison - One of the most influential front men in rock history, the singer of The Doors was also known as "The Lizard King."

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Jim Morrison - Morrisson wrote a poem where he referred to himself as "The Lizard King," and the name stuck!

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Bruce Springsteen - One of the most popular singer-songwriters of all time is also known by a nickname: "The Boss."

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Bruce Springsteen - Springsteen got the nickname because he acted as the leader of the E Street Band when it came to getting paid and dividing the earnings among bandmates.

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Don Felder - The former Eagles guitarist has a very appropriate nickname: "Fingers."

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Don Felder - The nickname was given to him by his Eagles bandmate Glenn Frey, who was really impressed with his guitar skills.

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Slash - Saul Hudson, the famous Guns N' Roses guitarist, is, of course, better known by his nickname, "Slash."

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Slash - The nickname was given to him by his best friend’s father, because Slash was always in a rush and moving around.

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The Edge - U2 guitarist David Howell Evans, best known as "The Edge," has a nickname that clearly stuck.

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The Edge - The true origins of the nickname are unknown, but some fans think it's a reference to his personality and his sharp facial features.

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