Vinyl Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

Vinyl was an HBO show that premiered on February 14th, 2016. This show was created and produced by multiple juggernauts of the film and music industry, including the likes of rock idol Mick Jagger, legendary film director Martin Scorcese and prolific writers Rich Cohen and Terrence Winter. Set in the 1970s, Vinyl follows a record studio executive named Richie Finestra (played by the talented Bobby Cannavale). Finestra starts the series off as a burnout whose passion for the music industry has dimmed from a roaring fire to a whimpering flame. Richi is inspired to kick things back into high gear after living through a life-altering experience. Despite the immense talent both in front and behind the camera, Vinyl was canceled after its first season.

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Vinyl Inspired Dog Name Considerations

Vinyl was an ode to the 1970s music scene - and all the excess, debauchery, creativity, and passion that came with it. The show featured a myriad of characters - some of who were fictional and others were stand-ins for actual icons from "The Feel Good Decade." Vinyl didn't just depict the 1970s as a time when everyone was happy and carefree; the show went to great lengths to provide a more realistic representation of the decade. Richie may be a fictional character, but he possesses the same sort of moral bankruptcy that's synonymous with the music industry. If you love art and music from the 1970s but also want to experience a more grounded depiction of the decade, do yourself and favor and watch Vinyl. The show currently sits at a 7.8 on IMBD and holds a Rotten Tomatoes score of 76%. Much like the 1970s, Vinyl isn't perfect and has a lot of fundamental problems, but there's still a lot of heart and talent involved. 

If you're a fan of Martin Scorsese, Terrence Winter, or Rich Cohen, then you should check out Vinyl as the show has their creative stamps imprinted all over it! Mick Jagger and the rest of the innovative team also made sure to include tons of great music from the 1970s, both organically and creatively.

Male Vinyl Inspired Dog Names

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Richie
Richie Finestra is Vinyl's main character
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Richard
A longer version of Richie
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Bobby
Bobby Cannavale was Richie's actor
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Robert
The full version of Bobby
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Cooper
After Alice Cooper
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Maury
Based on Maury Gold
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Maurice
A longer version of Maury
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Paul
Paul Ben-Victor played Maury
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Vic
A nickname for Victor
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Carpenter
Referencing The Carpenters
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Scott
After Scott Leavitt
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Levi
A name a similar to Leavitt
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PJ
Taken from P. J. Byrne
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Jeffrey
P. J. Byrne's middle name
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Wailer
Alluding to Bob Marley and the Wailers
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Julian
The current head of Richie's company
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Silver
Julian's last name
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Max
Max Casella played Julian Silver
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Maximilian
A longer version of Max
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Zeppelin
After Led Zeppelin
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Lester
Alluding to Lester Grimes
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Les
A nickname for Lester
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Ato
Ato Essandoh played Lester Grimes
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Derek
Based on Derek and the Dominoes
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Stone
Taken from the Rolling Stones
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Kip
Taken from Kip Stevens
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James
James Jagger played Kip
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Andy
Andy Warhol was a recurring character on the show
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John
John Cameron Mitchell played Warhol
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Lynyrd
Referencing Lynyrd Skynyrd

Female Vinyl Inspired Dog Names

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Devon
Richie's wife
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Dev
A nickname for Devon
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Olivia
Olivia Wilde played Devon
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Jane
Olivia Wilde's middle name
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Abba
A very popular Swedish Disco band
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Ingrid
Devon's Danish friend
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Dane
A female European honorific
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Birgitte
After Birgitte Hjort Sørensen
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Sugar
After the theme, Sugar Daddy
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Queen
The legendary British rock band from London
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Jamie
Taken from Jamie Vine
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Brooklyn
Production took place in Brooklyn, NY
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Juno
Juno Temple played Jamie
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Violet
Juno Temple's middle name
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Diana
Based on Diana Ross
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Cece
Richie's personal assistant
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Cici
Another way to spell Cece
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Susan
Susan Heyward played Cece
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Para
Paramount Studios was one of the production companies
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Doll
Referencing the New York Dolls
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Heather
One of Richie's receptionists
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Emily
Emily Tremaine played Heather
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Velvet
For the Velvet Underground
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America
American Century is Richie's company
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Alice
Also alluding to Alice Cooper
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Labelle
After Patti Labelle
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Thunder
Referring to Johnny Thunders of New York Dolls
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Blondie
Referencing the band Blondie
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Raina
Inspired by the Raincoats
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Runaway
After the Runaways

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