Music Trivia Questions #34Free Printable Trivia Questions
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Almost a decade before this Texas blues band became MTV stars, they released an album titled "Tres Hombres".
a. ZZ Top
b. Smokey Hogg
c. The Fabulous Thunderbirds
d. Double Trouble
ZZ Top - ZZ Top formed in Houston, Texas in 1969.
The composer and pianist Ludwig van Beethoven was of what nationality?
German - Beethoven was born in Bonn, a city on the banks of the Rhine River in Germany.
Which of the following songs was not released by country star Glen Campbell?
b. By The Time I Get To Phoenix
c. Rhinestone Cowboy
d. She Believes in Me
She Believes in Me - She Believes in Me was released by Kenny Rogers. Glen has been in show business for over 50 years and has released more than 70 albums.
Which of the following musical instruments is a type of flute?
Piccolo - The piccolo is the shortest and highest-pitched flute.
Formed in New York City in January 1973, how many members are there in the American hard rock band KISS?
Four - As of 2014, the band consists of Eric Singer, Tommy Thayer, Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons.
American singer Diana Ross was once a member of which Motown band?
a. The Marvelettes
b. The Supremes
c. The Miracles
d. The Velvelettes
The Supremes - The Supremes were Motown's most successful band.
Written by Lou Reed, the seven-minute, two-chord track named "Heroin" was released by which band in 1967?
a. Sonic Youth
c. The Velvet Underground
d. The Stooges
The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground was formed in New York City by Lou Reed and John Cale in 1964.
Which song by "The Doors" opens with the lyric, "Well, I just got into town about an hour ago. Took a look around, see which way the wind blow"?
a. L.A. Woman
b. Roadhouse Blues
c. Love Me Two Times
d. Break On Through
L.A. Woman - L.A. Woman was released in April of 1971.
As of 2014, how many songs has Dolly Parton released that have reached No. 1 on the Billboard Country charts?
25 - Dolly was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1999.
Dead at the young age of 50, in what year did pop icon Michael Jackson die?
2009 - According to official records, the cause of death was cardiac arrest.
Which of the following songs was not released by hip-hop recording artist Lil Wayne?
a. Believe Me
b. I Made It
c. Ridin' Dirty
Ridin' Dirty - Ridin' Dirty was recorded by UGK. Lil Wayne's birth name is Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr.
Which of the following company brands does not manufacture guitars?
Pearl - Pearl manufactures drums and percussion instruments.
Due to the fact that it featured topless female mud wrestlers, which video was the first to be banned by MTV?
a. Justify My Love
c. Girls on Film
d. American Life
Girls on Film - Girls on Film was recorded by Duran Duran and released in July of 1981.
Who holds the record for the most Grammys won by a male artist?
a. Sir Georg Solti
b. Kanye West
c. Quincy Jones
d. Stevie Wonder
Sir Georg Solti - Sir Georg Solti was an orchestral and operatic conductor who died in 1997.
Active from 1985 to 1995, the country supergroup "The Highwaymen" consisted of Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson and which other country star?
a. Kris Kristofferson
b. Conway Twitty
c. Ronnie Milsap
d. Kenny Rogers
Kris Kristofferson - The group recorded three albums during their time together.
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