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Ron from Southaven, MS is the winner of this month's cool and comfortable

SongFacts t-shirt. :coolio:

Here are the answers:

1. In the '80s, what male solo act had six U.S. Top-10 hits from his debut album?

George Michael (6 from the album, Faith)

2. What group had a U.S. #1 Hot 100 hit the same year they were inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame?

The Beach Boys - "Kokomo" in 1988. #1 on the Hot 100 chart.

3. What U2 song mentions the call letters of an American radio station?

"Angel Of Harlem" - The song lyrics say, "on BLS I heard the sound." The station is WBLS 107.5 FM in New York, NY.

4. What famous singer's hair caught fire while filming a television commercial?

Michael Jackson - he was shooting a Pepsi commercial in 1984.

5. What famous group's last public performance took place on a roof?

The Beatles - they performed on the roof of their record company in 1969.

6. What famous album had a naked 4-month old baby on the cover?

Nevermind by Nirvana

7. What still-active Rock Star who had a U.S. #1 hit, once spent time in a Japanese jail?

Paul McCartney

8. What popular singer released two albums titled after her age when she writing them?

Adele - The albums are titled "19" and "21".

9. What studio album from the '70s (not a soundtrack) uses a still photo from a science fiction film the singer appeared in on the cover?

Station To Station - David Bowie. Still photo from the film, The Man Who Fell To Earth.

Low - David Bowie. Another still photo from the film, The Man Who Fell To Earth.

10. What famous singer was raised Jewish, but became a born-again Christian in the late '70s?

Bob Dylan

Congratulations to our winner, Ron, and thanks to all who entered the Mighty Songfacts Trivia quiz this month. :thumbsup:

Go to our main page or any Songfacts page and click on the quiz link to take the newest Mighty Songfacts Trivia Quiz.

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