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Quiz March 2010

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Wyatt from Baltimore is this month's quiz winner and will receive a cool and comfortable

SongFacts t-shirt. :coolio:

Here are the answers:

1. What famous group released at least 2 studio albums in the '70s and '00s, but just one in the '80s and none in the '90s?

Steely Dan

2. What still-active band is named after the nickname of their female lead singer?

Sade (Her birth name is Helen Folasade Adu)

Blondie (Her birth name is Deborah Harry)

3. What song was a U.S. Top-10 hit for 2 different American Idol contestants?

"Inside Your Heaven" -

Carrie Underwood and Bo Bice both released the single in 2005, with Underwood reaching #1 and Bice reaching #2 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 Chart.

4. What U.S. #1 Hot 100 hit from 2009 mentions the last name of a famous living actor in the lyrics?

"Empire State of Mind" by Jay-Z mentions De Niro (Robert De Niro).

"Tik Tok" by Ke$ha mentions Jagger (Mick Jagger).

5. What #1 U.S. Country chart hit from the '80s was the title song for a movie that starred the singer?

"9 to 5" by Dolly Parton

6. What #1 U.S. hit from the '00s is about a guy who is conflicted after seeing his ex-girlfriend with a new man?

"You're Beautiful" by James Blunt

7. What band that had at least two U.S. Top-10 hits was named after a mountain popular with hikers?


There are many mountains named Sugarloaf in various states, but the Sugarloaf Mountain that the band named themselves after is located just outside of Boulder, Colorado. The band originated in Denver, Colorado.

They are best known for their two U.S. Top-10 hits: "Green-Eyed Lady" and "Don't Call Us, We'll Call You."

8. What Top-10 song from the '70s is about a bartender who gets shot to death in a nightclub?

"Copacabana (At The Copa)" by Barry Manilow

9. In the '70s, what band had U.S. #1 hits with different lead singers?

The Doobie Brothers:

"Black Water" with Patrick Simmons

"What A Fool Believes" with Michael McDonald

The Eagles:

"Best Of My Love", "One Of These Nights", and "Hotel California" with Don Henley

"New Kid In Town" and "Heartache Tonight" with Glenn Frey

The Miracles:

"The Tears Of A Clown" with Smokey Robinson

"Love Machine (Part 1)" with Billy Griffin

10. What U.S. Top-10 hit from the '80s is titled after a kind of drum?

"Conga" by Miami Sound Machine

Congratulations to Wyatt and thanks to all who entered this month's quiz. :thumbsup:

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