Every great blues guitar player needs a great nickname. Whether you like it or not, one’s handle can have a significant impact on your musical career and legend. But what if you weren’t born with a name that fits the blues?

Well, luckily, a handy chart has been created to give everyone a blues name. Check it out below and be sure to share your new moniker in the comments!

So, what’s your blues name?

1. Use your first initial to find your first name…

A – Fat
B – Buddy
C – Sticky
D – Old
E – Texas
F – Hollerin’
G – Ugly
H – Brown
I – Happy
J – Boney
K – Curly
L – Pretty
M – Jailhouse
N – Peg Leg
O – Red
P – Sleepy
Q – Bald
R – Skinny
S – Blind
T – Big
U – Yella
V – Toothless
W – Screamin’
X – Fat Boy
Y – Washboard
Z -Steel-Eye

2. Use your middle initial to find your middle name…

A – Bones
B – Money
C – Harp
D – Legs
E – Eyes
F – Lemon
G – Killer
H – Hips
I – Lips
J – Fingers
K – Boy
L – Liver
M – Gumbo
N – Foot
O – Mama
P – Back
Q – Duke
R – Dog
S – Bad Boy
T – Baby
U – Chicken
V – Pickles
W – Sugar
X – Silly
Y – Tooth
Z -Smoke

3. Use your last initial to find your last name…

A – Jackson
B – McGee
C – Hopkins
D – Dupree
E – Green
F – Brown
G – Jones
H – Rivers
I – Malone
J – Washington
K – Smith
L – Parker
M – Lee
N – Thompkins
O – King
P – Bradley
Q – Hawkins
R – Jefferson
S – Davis
T – Franklin
U – White
V – Jenkins
W – Bailey
X – Johnson
Y – Blue
Z – Allison