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Music Trivia For Seniors

Music Trivia for seniors with questions and answers.

 

Music Trivia For Seniors

Who married Julianne Phillips in May 1985 in Oregon?
A: Bruce Springsteen.

Which cuddly toy was the title of an Elvis Presley hit from 1957?
A: Teddy Bear.

Roger McGuinn made No 1 while with which group?
A: The Byrds.

Who took Venus to No 1 in 1970?
A: Shocking Blue.

Which group replaced Boyz II Men's End Of The Road at No 1?
A: The Heights.

Which film provided a best-selling album for Whitney Houston?
A: The Bodyguard.

Who had a 70s No 1 with The Joker?
A: Steve Miller Band.

 

Which record spent most weeks in the top ten in the 60s?
A: The Twist (Chubby Checker).

Who played the heavy metal guitar on Michael Jackson's Beat It?
A: Eddie Van Halen.

Whose autobiography was titled Laughter in the Rain?
A: Neil Sadaka.

Which band produced the mega selling  album Rumours?
A: Fleetwood Mac.

Which ex-Beatle had a solo NO 1 with Got My Mind Set On You?
A: George Harrison.

Who had a No 1 hit with Wendy?
A: Association.

Which group was formed by Maurice White?
A: Earth, Wind, and Fire.

 

What was the last of John Denver's four No 1s?
A: I'm Sorry.

Which song was a huge hit for Nilsson and Mariah Carey?
A: Without You.

The Monkees took the last train to where?
A: Clarksville.

What was on the other side of the No 1 single Come Together?
A; Something (The Beatles).

Who duetted with Michael Jackson on the first single from the Bad album?
A: Siedah Garret.

What was Elton John's first American label?
A: UNI.

Who sang with Elton John on Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me?
A: George Michael.

 

Which European country did Roxette come from?
A: Sweden.

Who had hits with Hats Off To Larry and Little Town Flirt?
A: Del. Shannon.

Which label did The Eagles record on throughout the 70s?
A: Asylum.

What was Debbie Gibson's first top ten hit?
A: Only In My Dreams.

Who had a 1980 No 1 with Woman In Love?
A: Barbra Streisand.

Which band declared There'll Be A Heartache Tonight?
A: The Eagles.

Who made NO 1 with Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye?
A: Steam.

 

Who produced the album Jagged Little Pill?
A: Glenn Ballard.

What was the first digit of Elvis Presley's army number?
A: 5.

In 1991 Whitney Houston raised funds for which war with a recording of the Star Spangled Banner?
A: Gulf War.

Who charted with the old Supremes hit You Can't Hurry Love?
A: Phil Collins.

Who got up to Hanky Panky before Madonna did in the 90s?
A: Tommy James & the Shondells.

How many No 1 singles did the Bee Gees have in the 70s?
A: Nine.

Which Bruce born in Texas in 1940 had a 60s No 1?
A: Bruce Channel.

 

Who had a 1995 hit with Take A Bow?
A: Madonna.

Who had a No 1 with Hit The Road Jack?
A: Ray Charles.

Whose Orchestra played The Good, The Bad And The Ugly?
A: Hugo Montenegro.

Which girl group were Barbara Lee, Patricia Bennett, Sylvia Peterson and Judy Craig?
A: The Chiffons.

Who duetted on the 1992 version of Crying with Roy Orbison?
A: K. D. Lang.

In which decade was Elton John's original Candle In The Wind a hit?
A: 70s.

Which Mr. Marx had a hat trick of No 1 hits in the late 80s?
A: Richard.

What was Paul Mauriat's big 60s instrumental hit?
A: Love Is Blue.