from St. Paul, OK is this month's quiz winner and will receive a cool and comfortable t-shirt.
Here are the answers:
1. Who was performing at the Grammy awards when a shirtless man came onstage and started dancing (he was not part of the act)?
2. What famous band's first three albums had titles that were either foreign phrases or gibberish?
Their first three albums were:
Outlandos d'Amour (1978)
Reggatta De Blanc (1979)
Zenyatta Mondatta (1980)
3. In 2006, what band released a concept album with a color in the title?
My Chemical Romance
- The Black Parade
4. What U.S. #1 hit from the '90s contains the name of a popular Rock band in its title?
by Paula Abdul
"Kiss From A Rose"
by Prince And The New Power Generation
5. Chrissy Hynde of The Pretenders
sang backup on what song about an American civil rights leader?
"Pride (In The Name Of Love)"
The song is a tribute to Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
6. Worldwide, what band with just four letters in their name has sold the most albums?
7. What was the last song the Beatles played live?
The roof of their Apple building in central London was the site of The Beatles' famous unannounced rooftop concert on Jan. 30, 1969.
The impromptu live performance was the last time they ever played to an audience.
The concert brought traffic on all the neighboring streets to a standstill, so the police stopped the concert after only 40 minutes.
The last song they played was "Get Back".
8. What Neil Diamond hit was inspired by an '80s movie?
It was inspired by the movie, E.T.
9. What famous band had to cancel their 2007 tour when their drummer was injured?
10. What two singers, who are unrelated but share the same last name, each had a string of hits in the '70s?
Paul Simon and Carly Simon
Elton John and Olivia Newton-John
Cat Stevens and Ray Stevens
Rod Stewart and Al Stewart
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