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10 Bands That Made Music and Love with Each Other

Plenty of bands don't only make funky jams, they also get some funkin' done in the bedroom, and possibly tour bus with each other. Bands like Fleetwood Mac whose members did a whole lot of incestuous mackin' and bumping uglies over the years.

In honor of this famously horny act coming to town to play at the BB&T Center on June 8, we're taking a look at ten bands who confused the music business with monkey business. Since it is often said the only act that is more intimate than sex is performing music with someone, we will explore the musical acts that put that theory to the test.

10. Sonic Youth

Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore seemed to have the perfect indie marriage. Hitched in 1984, they rode the 1990's alt everything craze all the way to their separation in 2011, which also sadly seemed to end the band.

9. Sleater-Kinney

Before she was on Portlandia, Carrie Brownstein fronted the band Sleater-Kinney. She recorded the first album with her then lover Corin Tucker on the last night of a 1994 trip to Australia. The romance ended a couple years later, but the band continued, led by the duo, for another decade.

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David Rolland is a freelance writer for New Times Broward-Palm Beach and Miami New Times. His novel, The End of the Century, published by Jitney Books, is available at many fine booksellers.
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