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Quiz Ending April 2013

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Five entrants scored a Perfect Ten this month.

They are:

Patrick from ????

Jeff from Austin, TX

Zach from Las Vegas, NV

John from Little Chute, WI

Brian from Suffolk, VA

Patrick from ???? was closest on the tie-breaking question and will receive a cool and comfortable

Songfacts t-shirt. :coolio:

He forgot to enter his location but he did remember to give us his email address.

Here are the answers:

1. What rock singer appears in an airplane scene of a popular '90s movie?

Billy Idol

He's in The Wedding Singer (1997).

2. What famous musician became a Jehovah's Witness in 2001?


3. What famous singer wrote a song for Ramones, but kept it for himself because he knew it would be a hit?

Bruce Springsteen - "Hungry Heart"

4. What U.S. Billboard Hot 100 hit from the '90s was co-written by a former pro football player?

"I Can't Make You Love Me" by Bonnie Raitt

The song was co-written by Mike Reid, who played for the Cincinnati Bengals.

5. What band, whose original lead singer died in 2002, released will release a new album in 2013?

Alice in Chains

Layne Staley was their original vocalist.

Their album, The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here, is scheduled to be released on May 28, 2013.

Drowning Pool

Dave Williams was their original vocalist.

Their album, Resilience, is scheduled to be released was released on April 9, 2013.

6. What group got their name from a misheard line in a Radiohead song?


The misheard lyric comes from the song "Everything In Its Right Place".

After many stories of how the name originated, lead vocalist Stephen Christian finally admitted he thought it sounded like 'Anberlin' in the background during the part of the song while Thom Yorke is singing "try to say" (about 2:32 into the song).

7. Who had the worldwide most-watched music video on YouTube in 2010?

Justin Bieber - "Baby"

How Justin Bieber's "Baby" became 2010's Most-Watched Music Video

8. What British group had a #1 U.S. Hot 100 hit in the 80s with a song written and recorded by an American singer in the '60s?


UB40 took Neil Diamond's 1968 song, "Red Red Wine" to #1 in 1988.

9. What singer, who was raised in Alaska, has sold over 10 million albums worldwide?


10. What musical duo had a member with the first name Dash?

Seals and Crofts

They are Jim Seals and Dash Croft.

Congratulations to Patrick and thanks to all who entered this month's Mighty Songfacts Trivia Quiz. :thumbsup:

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