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The band Pink Floyd derived their name from...
The first names of two Southern U.S. Blues musicians - The band took the first names of Carolina Blues musicians Pink Anderson and Floyd Council
Female Rock band 'Heart' was formed in what City?
Vancouver - Their debut 'Dreamboat Annie' peaked at #7 in the charts.
'Working Man' was a 1974 hit for what band?
Rush - Their debut album 'RUSH' became the biggest selling debut LP that any Canadian band had ever released.
Written by Les Emmerson, what Canadian rock band released the hit 'Signs' in 1971?
Five Man Electrical Band - Released in 1970, 'Signs' can be found on the Five Man Electrical Band's second album Good-byes and Butterflies.
Who was the original lead singer of the popular band "The Guess Who"?
Burton Cummings - The Guess Who had a huge hit with 'American Woman', which reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1970.
Ian Anderson is lead singer and flutist for what band that formed in Bedfordshire in 1967?
Jethro Tull - 'Thick as a Brick' is perhaps Tull's definitive progressive rock album.
Neil Young's backing band is called...
Crazy Horse - Neil is an outspoken advocate for environmental issues
Nazareth's 1973 hit "This Flight Tonight" was originally recorded by...
Joni Mitchell - Joni was born in Fort Macleod, Alberta, Canada.
Spending 15 weeks in the Top 100, "Spirit In The Sky" was recorded by this One-Hit-Wonder...
Norman Greenbaum - 'Spirit In The Sky' was also recorded years later by Doctor and the Medics.
"Meaty Beaty Big And Bouncy" was a compilation album of what bands hits?
The Who - Released in 1971, many of the songs were new to the U.S. audience.
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