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Quiz September 2007


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Gina from Paradise Valley, AZ is this month's quiz winner and will receive a cool and comfortable

SongFacts T-shirt :coolio:

Here are the answers:

1. In what Beatles song is the same word repeated fifty-six times?

"It Won't Be Long"

The word "yeah" is repeated a total of fifty-six times.

2. What popular duo from the 00's is made up of identical twin brothers?

Evan & Jaron

3. What oscar-winning actor had a U.S. Top-5 hit as a solo artist while he was starring in a TV show?

Walter Brennan had a #5 hit single with "Old Rivers" in 1962 while he was starring in the TV show, The Real McCoys.

4. What group that had five members at the time released a famous album with just two members on the cover?

Fleetwood Mac

The album was their 1977 album, Rumours.

5. What hit song lyrics start with a number between fifty and seventy-five?

"Ride Captain Ride" by Blues Image.

The lyrics start out, "Seventy-three men sailed up from the San Francisco bay".

6. Besides New Edition, what group that formed in the '80s had two members with U.S. Top-10 solo hits in the 90's?

New Kids On The Block

Joey McIntyre and Jordan Knight

7. What Top-10 '80s song's title contains the name of an animal that is also in the band's name?

Stray Cat Strut by Stray Cats.

8. What band's famous lead singer died at the age of thirty-seven?

Michael Hutchence of INXS

9. What country singer is married to a famous producer who worked on many of her hits?

Shania Twain

She's married to Robert John "Mutt" Lange.

10. In the 80's, what famous singer starred in a movie as a former rock star who befriends a waitress?

Bob Dylan

The movie was "Hearts Of Fire".

Congratulations to Gina and thanks to everyone who took this month's quiz. :thumbsup:

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Yes, Will Smith was overlooked as a correct answer and I have added him to the correct answer list..

The song "Summertime" peaked at #4 in 1991 when he was starring in the TV sitcom, "The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air" and he was part of the rap duo "D.J. Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince."

He has also received Academy Award nominations.

Eddie Murphy is an incorrect answer.

Sammy is correct that Eddie Murphy was no longer a member of "Saturday Night Live" when he released the single "Party All The Time" in 1985.

The song peaked at #2. Eddie left the TV show in 1984.

He finally received his first Academy Award nomination this year.

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