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Three Dog Night Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers

Trivia quiz questions about the band Three Dog Night

 

Three Dog Night Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers

What is Three Dog Night?
A: American rock band.

When did the band form?
A: In 1968.

What did the band's line-up consist of?
A: Danny Hutton, Cory Wells and Chuck Negron.

The three lead singers were backed by whom?
A: Jimmy Greenspoon (organ), Joe Schermie (bass), Mike Allsup (guitar) and Floyd Sneed (drums).

The three vocalists, Danny Hutton, Chuck Negron and Cory Wells first came together in 1967 and made some recordings with whom?
A:  Brian Wilson.

They initially went by the name of what?
A: Redwood.

Shortly after abandoning the Redwood moniker in 1968, the vocalists hired a group of what?
A: Backing musicians – Michael Allsup on guitar, Floyd Sneed on drums, Joe Schermie on bass, and Jimmy Greenspoon on keyboards.

 

Shortly thereafter they changed the name to what?
A: Three Dog Night.

Three Dog Night earned how many gold albums?
A: 12.

How many consecutive Billboard Top 40 hits did they have?
A: 21, seven of which went gold.

What was their first gold record?
A:  "One".

The group had three US #1 songs, each of which featured a different what?
A: Lead singer.

Who was the lead singer for the song "Mama Told Me Not to Come"?
A: Cory Wells.

Who sang the lead for the song "Joy to the World"?
A:  Chuck Negron.

 

For the song "Black and White", who was the lead singer?
A: Danny Hutton.

Most of the songs that Three Dog Night recorded were written by whom?
A: Outside songwriters.

Joe Schermie was replaced by whom in 1973?
A: Jack Ryland.

With the inclusion of another keyboard player, Skip Konte,  the band became a what?
A: Eight-piece band.

Where did the group play their final show?
A: At the Greek Theater in Los Angeles on July 26, 1976.

In 1981, Three Dog Night reunited and released the what?
A:  "It's a Jungle".

In 1985, a tour was postponed after Negron and Greenspoon were forced to do what?
A: Enter drug rehab.

 

By December 1985, after a relapse into his drug habit, what happened to Negron?
A: He was let go.

Allsup returned to the group to replace whom in the spring of 1991?
A: Cuneo.

When did original bassist Joe Schermie die?
A: On 26 March 2002.

What was released in May 2002?
A: Three Dog Night With The London Symphony Orchestra.

Where was the album recorded?
A: In Los Angeles and in London, England at Abbey Road Studios.

What two new songs  were on the album?
A: "Overground" and "Sault Ste. Marie".

In October 2004, Three Dog Night released what?
A: The 35th Anniversary Hits Collection Featuring The London Symphony Orchestra.

 

The album includes live versions of what four songs?
A:  "Eli's Coming", "Brickyard Blues", "Try a Little Tenderness" and "Family of Man".

What was released in August 2008?
A: Three Dog Night Greatest Hits Live.

On October 24, 2009, Three Dog Night released what two new songs?
A:  '"Heart of Blues" and "Prayer of the Children".