Music Trivia Game (1)
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This type of music became the top selling form of music in the U.S. in 1998.
This hit song by The Coasters in 1958 admonished "Don't talk back!".
The 1965 James Brown hit "I Got You" opens with these 3 words.
He sang "Someone Saved My Life Tonight" on his Captain Fantastic album.
In the French folk song, it's the first question you ask Frere Jacques.
Who was the lead singer for "The Who"?
The last name of the brothers who wrote the music and lyrics for "Porgy and Bess.".
From what story was the musical "Hello Dolly" adapted?
Which of Beethoven's symphonies starts off with three repeated notes?
This 19th century Russian composed Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty and Nutcracker.
Chrisse Hynde was in which early eighties group?
"Take on Me" made them the first Norwegian group to have a U.S. no. one hit.
She was the former lead singer of the Stone Ponies. One of her songs is "Blue Bayou".
This is the actual title of Ike and Tina Turner's hit "Rollin' on the River.
Complete this Beatles line."Something in the way...".
This American composer was nicknamed "The March King.".
Which rock band performs with snakes, longhorn cattle, buffalo, and cacti on stage?
This large brass instrument was named after the March King.
Which recording artist had a big hit in 1993 with "Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang"?
This singer called Little _______ had a number one hit in 1962 with "The Locomotion.".
What was the name of Bill Haley's backup group?
Marshall Mathers is better known as whom in the music world?
This Canadian country singer's debut album was called "The Woman in Me.".
In this 1972 movie, Robert Preston sang, "You have trouble, right here in River City!".
"They caught the last train to the coast" What is the next line in this older popular song?
"F" WORDS: A man singing in an unnaturally high voice is said to be singing _______?
This song became the best-selling single of all time in 1997.
A saxophone's reed is usually made of this.
They had a hit single with "Knock Three Times" in the 70s.
This Steppenwolf hit was the first rock song to use the term "heavy metal".