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Winner of an Academy Award for Best Original Song, who recorded "Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head"?
a. Rod Stewart
b. Bob Segar
c. B.J. Thomas
d. Eric Clapton
B.J. Thomas - Heard in the 1969 movie Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, the song was written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David.
Of Puerto Rican descent, Lisa Lisa performs with which of the following bands?
a. Blue Thunder
b. Crazy Horse
c. Thin Lizzy
d. Cult Jam
Cult Jam - Lisa's birth name is Lisa Velez.
Winner of 16 Juno Awards and 7 Grammy Awards, which nation gave birth to Alanis Morissette?
Canada - Alanis was born in 1974 in Ottawa, Canada.
Probably best known for his 1992 album "Mack Daddy," what is Sir Mix-A-Lot's real name?
a. Charles Parker
b. Anthony Ray
c. Robert Hall
d. Mike Smith
Anthony Ray - Ray was born in 1963.
Which band's 1990 debut album is titled "World Clique"?
b. Bee Gees
c. Imagine Dragons
d. Avenge Sevenfold
Deee-Lite - The album's first single, "Groove Is in the Heart," was a number-one hit on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play chart.
Dan Reynolds, Ben McKee and Wayne Sermon are members of which American alternative rock band?
a. Imagine Dragons
b. Blood on the Dance Floor
c. System of a Down
Imagine Dragons - Daniel Platzman is also a member of the band.
What kind of music is "Fallout Boy" known for?
a. Pop Punk
Pop Punk - The band was formed in Chicago in 2001.
How many people make up the American electro pop group "Blood on the Dance Floor"?
2 - This duo is from Orlando, Florida.
Which of these artists wrote and recorded the 1973 Country rock hit "Turn the Page"?
a. Eric Clapton
b. Bob Seger
c. Brian Adams
d. Bob Dylan
Bob Seger - Metallica covered the song on their 1998 Garage Inc. album.
Released on 18 January 1983, who recorded the album "Cuts Like a Knife"?
a. Alice Cooper
b. Brian Adams
c. Pink Floyd
d. Black Sabbath
Brian Adams - Recorded in Vancouver, Canada, the album was released in 1983.
How did superstar John Denver die on October 12th, 1997?
a. Plane crash
b. Drug overdose
d. Heart attack
Plane crash - Although, not legally permitted to fly at the time, John was piloting his own plane when it crashed. He was 53 years old.
Their only complete studio album, who released the album "Grace" in 1994?
a. Jeff Buckley
b. Rod Stewart
d. Phil Collins
Jeff Buckley - Jeff drowned in the Wolf River in 1997.
What is English musician David Bowie's real last name?
Jones - David Robert Jones was born on the 8th of January 1947.
Which nation gave the world "Fefe Dobson"?
Canada - This popular artist was born in Toronto in 1985.
Which of the following artists is multi-talented and can play the bagpipes, drums, keyboards and bass guitar?
a. Ace Frehley
b. Tom Petty
c. Brian Adams
d. Phil Collins
Phil Collins - In addition to his solo career, Phil Collins was a member of the band Genesis.
Which of the following artists was NOT a member of the English-American supergroup "Traveling Wilburys"?
a. Tom Petty
b. George Harrison
c. Bob Dylan
d. Van Morrison
Van Morrison - Roy Orbison and Jeff Lynne were also members of the band.
Which of the following songs did the band "Heart" NOT record?
a. Crazy on You
b. Magic Man
d. I Will Survive
I Will Survive - The principal members of the band are sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson.
Which artist released the album titled "Katy Hudson"?
c. Katy Perry
Katy Perry - Katy Hudson changed her name to Katy Perry.
Who claimed that Southern men did not need Neil Young around anyhow in their hit song "Sweet Home Alabama"?
a. The Allman Brothers Band
b. 38 Special
c. Lynyrd Skynyrd
d. ZZ Top
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Reaching high on the charts, the song was released on June 24, 1974.
Winner of a Grammy for "Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group," the 1975 hit song "Lyin' Eyes" was recorded by which of these bands?
a. The Eagles
b. The Beatles
d. Herman's Hermits
The Eagles - The Eagles were formed in 1971.
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