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The 2012 album "Blown Away" was recorded by which American
a. Taylor Swift
b. Hannah Montana
c. Avril Lavigne
d. Carrie Underwood
Carrie Underwood - The album was the second best selling country album of 2012.
What is the name of Canadian musician Leonard Cohen's 1967
a. Songs From a Room
b. I'm Your Man
c. Songs of Love and Hate
d. Songs of...
Songs of... - 'Songs of Leonard Cohen' spent a year and five months on the UK album charts.
How old was rapper Tupac Shakur when he died of multiple
25 - Tupac was the first artist ever to have an album at number one on the Billboard 200 while serving a
What was the first top 40 hit for Madonna?
a. Lucky Star
b. Like a Virgin
Holiday - Holiday was released on September 7, 1983.
In the chorus to Bruce Springsteen song "4th of July, Asbury
Park (Sandy)", what is rising behind us?
Aurora - According to Paul Stanley of Kiss, their single 'Shandi' was inspired by Springsteen's Sandy.
How did the band name Pink Floyd originate?
a. Combination of two names of blues musicians
b. It is a made-up name without any reference
c. Nicknames of two band members
d. Two characters from M*A*S*H
Combination of two names of blues musicians - Pink Floyd was inducted into the US Rock and Roll Hall of
Fame in 1996.
Which group recorded the 1973 album titled "A Passion Play"?
a. Moody Blues
b. Fairport Convention
c. Jethro Tull
d. Pink Floyd
Jethro Tull - 'A Passion Play' is a concept album with a single song.
What was the first #1 hit for K.C. and The Sunshine Band?
a. Keep It Comin' Love
b. Shake,Shake,Shake -- Shake Your Booty
c. I'm Your Boogie Man
d. Get Down Tonight
Get Down Tonight - The song was released in 1975.
Of the following, who did not perform in the over 2-billion
viewer "Live-Aid" concert?
a. Paul McCartney
b. Culture Club
c. Patti Labelle
d. Duran Duran
Culture Club - Performed in July 1985, its purpose was to raise funds for relief of Ethiopian famine.
What is the birth name of legendary blues musician Memphis
a. James Washington
b. Alfred Johnson
c. Peter Chatman
d. Arnold Wellington
Peter Chatman - During his career, he made over 500 recordings.
In 1999, which artist swept the Grammy's with the most awards?
a. Lauryn Hill
d. Shania Twain
Lauryn Hill - Lauryn won a total of 5 awards including Album of the Year and Best New Artist.
Who had a hit with the song "Kiss an Angel Good Mornin"?
a. Harry Chapin
b. Charlie Rich
c. Charley Pride
d. Roy Clark
Charley Pride - Charley has had 39 number one hits on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts.
Of the following, whose face did not appear on the cover of the
Beatles' album "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"?
a. W.C. Fields
b. Marlon Brando
c. Edgar Allen Poe
d. Buddy Holly
Buddy Holly - The cover won the Grammy Award for Best Album Cover, Graphic Arts in 1967.
As of 2013, what is Linda Ronstadt's only #1 hit?
a. You're No Good
b. It's So Easy
c. Blue Bayou
d. When will I be loved?
You're No Good - Ronstadt has charted thirty-eight Billboard Hot 100 singles during her career.
Who was not a member of the "Culture Club"?
a. Boy George
b. Colin Hay
c. Michael Craig
d. Jon Moss
Colin Hay - Colin Hay was the lead vocalist of the Australian band 'Men at Work'.
Who is the oldest of these music performers (2013)?
a. Dolly Parton
c. Donny Osmond
d. Marie Osmond
Dolly Parton - Dolly was born on January 19, 1946.
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