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Tommy Dorsey, Glen Miller and Trummy Young are associated with
Trombone - While aboard a plane headed for Paris, Glen Miller went missing somewhere over the English
Channel on December 15, 1944.
Released on their album "Only by the Night" in 2008, which band
wrote the song "Use Somebody"?
a. Kings of Leon
b. Zac Brown Band
c. Green Day
d. The Black Eyed Peas
Kings of Leon - Only by the Night is their fourth studio album.
Alecia Beth Moore is better known by which name?
d. Lady Gaga
Pink - Pink was born in Pennsylvania.
The Village People consist of an American Indian, a
construction worker, a policeman, a biker, a soldier and who else?
a. A Cowboy
b. A Mechanic
c. A Doctor
d. An Astronaut
A Cowboy - Their hits include Y.M.C.A., Macho Man and In the Navy.
Which of these songs was recorded by The Ting Tings?
a. Liz Rose
b. Poker Face
c. That's Not My Name
d. You Belong With Me
That's Not My Name - That's Not My Name charted at number one on the UK Singles Chart on 18 May 2008.
Where is superstar Adele form?
England - Adele Adkins was born in North London.
Which band released "Boom Boom Pow"?
a. The Crystal Method
b. The Black Eyed Peas
d. RedOne and Dave Russell
The Black Eyed Peas - This song is on the album The E.N. D.
Released on 17 July 1982, "Screaming for Vengeance" is an album
by which metal band?
a. Lamb of God
b. Judas Priest
d. Iron Maiden
Judas Priest - Screaming for Vengeance is the best selling release of Judas Priest's catalog.
Chris Adler, Mark Morton, Randy Blythe and John Campbell are
all members of which group?
b. Lamb of God
Lamb of God - Formed in 1990, Lamb of God has released six studio albums as of 2012.
According to the lyrics to "Heartbreak Hotel", the hotel was at
the end of which street?
a. Lovers Lane
b. Crying Street
c. Lonely Street
d. Heartbreak Street
Lonely Street - Released in 1956, the song become Elvis' first million-seller.
Which band wrote the song "Check My Brain"?
a. Linkin Park
b. Mad Season
c. Alice in Chains
d. Green Day
Alice in Chains - Alice in Chains was formed in Seattle in 1987.
Which artist released the album "Harvest" in 1972?
a. Jeff Beck
b. Neil Young
c. Booker T. Jones
d. Eric Clapton
Neil Young - Neil was born in Canada.
Who wrote and recorded Dead Flowers?
a. Taylor Swift
b. Miranda Lambert
c. Lee Ann Womack
d. Carrie Underwood
Miranda Lambert - Miranda released this song in 2009.
George Strait released which of these songs?
a. Living for the Night
b. The Crystal Merchant
c. Everything But Quits
d. Chicken Fried
Living for the Night - Strait is sometimes referred to as the King of Country.
Tom Araya, Jeff Hanneman, Kerry King and Dave Lombardo are
members of which thrash metal band?
d. Judas Priest
Slayer - Slayer is from California.
In 1983, Michael Jackson performed a duet on the song "Say Say
Say" with what other musical star?
a. Lionel Richie
c. Lisa Marie Presley
d. Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney - The song can be found on McCartney's fifth solo album, Pipes of Peace.
Reaching No.1, what was Buddy Holly's first hit song with the
a. Not Fade Away
b. That'll Be The Day
c. It's So Easy
d. Peggy Sue
That'll Be The Day - That'll Be The Day was also the first song to be recorded by The Quarrymen who
later became the Beatles.
Founder of T. Rex, what artist was killed when a car driven by
his girlfriend crashed into a tree?
a. Steve Peregrin Took
b. Marc Bolan
c. Gloria Jones
d. Mickey Finn
Marc Bolan - Bolan died two weeks before his 30th birthday.
Which Country duo released Cowgirls Don't Cry?
b. Rascal Flatts
c. Zac Brown Band
d. Brooks and Dunn
Brooks and Dunn - This duo got together in 1990.
Les Paul is associated with which instrument?
Guitar - Les Paul is one of the pioneers of the electric guitar.
Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland are known as which band?
a. The Crystal Method
b. White Stripes
c. Pet Shop Boys
d. The Ting Tings
The Crystal Method - This duo wrote the album Vegas.
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