Music Trivia Questions And Answers

Whether you are an RnB fan, Hip-Hop, or Jazz fan; music is an integral part of our lives. Just like movies, music tends to speak to us in ways that nothing or no one else can.

We are able to relax our minds, express our innermost feelings, and while at it get entertained. Oh! And not to forget, music makes us discover our dancing abilities. You know- those hidden talents that we didn’t know we have until we hit the floor.

What would the world be without music? Unimaginable!

Music Trivia Questions and facts are fit for everyone because we all have a genre that we prefer and know a few things about, that way, one feels left out of the fun.

Music Trivia Quiz Games – Country Pop, Rock, Classics, the 80s, and Other Genres

Which singer had a hit with the song “Piano Man?” What is the name of the singer whose world tour of 2013 is known as “The Mrs. Carter Show?” Do you really know your celebrities and the music they are featured in? Find out below how many easy music trivia questions you can get right from the list we have compiled for you.

It’s okay to get into a dancing mood if you get them right.

What is the name of the singer who sang “Straight Up?” How about the one who sang “Push it?”

These and more hard music trivia questions will put your knowledge to the test, and you get to learn a thing or two about everything music; from the classic oldies to the new age music.

Time to find out whether you are the music lover you think you are!

Music trivia quiz questions

  • "I make such pretty speeches whenever we're apart But when you're near the words I choose refuse to leave my heart. So take the sweetest phrases the world has ever known And make believe I've said them all to you." A #5 song for Harry James in 1946. Can you name it?

    I Can’t Begin To Tell You

  • Of all the fabulous musicals that premiered on Broadway during the 1940s, which one played the most performances during its opening run (not necessarily all during the '40s)?

    “Oklahoma!”

  • "Got my bag, got my reservation, spent each dime I could afford Like a child in wild anticipation, long to hear that "All aboard" Seven, that's the time we leave, at seven I'll be waitin' up for heaven Countin' every mile of railroad track that takes me back" Can you name the song?

    Sentimental Journey

  • "Oh but your lips were thrilling, much too thrilling Never before were mine so strangely willing But now I see, what one embrace can do Look at me, it's got me loving you madly That little kiss you stole" Title please!

    Heart And Soul

  • "East is east and west is west And the wrong one I have chose Let's go where I'll keep on wearin' Those frills and flowers and buttons and bows" This was the biggest song for 1948, a #1 for ten weeks. Who sang it?

    Dinah Shore

  • "Tainted Love" was the single hit by which musical artist?

    Soft Cell

  • "Bali Ha'i": Who originated the role of Bloody Mary in Rodgers & Hammerstein's "South Pacific" (1949)?

    Juanita Hall

  • What's the name of the Whitney Houston hit song?

    I Wanna Dance with Somebody

  • "You'll never know how many dreams I've dreamed about you Or just how empty they all seemed without you So kiss me once, then kiss me twice then kiss me once again" Identify this Harry James classic.

    It’s Been A Long, Long Time

  • Who performed the Golden Eye 007 theme song?

    Tina Turner

  • "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend": Whose best friend, in the original Broadway cast of "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" (1949)?

    Carol Channing

  • What theme song was written by Tom Jones for a classic movie in the 1960s?

    The 007 Thunderball Theme song

  • "Used to ramble through the park, shadowboxing in the dark Then you came and caused a spark, that's a four-alarm fire now I never made love by lantern-shine, I never saw rainbows in my wine But now that your lips are burning mine" What big hit was this?

    I’m Beginning To See The Light

  • "Heartbreak Hotel" is a song sang by which musical artist?

    Elvis Presley

  • "You may hear her laughing across a crowded room And night after night, as strange as it seems The sound of her laughter will sing in your dreams" Name this classic.

    Some Enchanted Evening

  • "Hey Jude" was a song played by which Beatles artist?

    Paul McCartney

  • "Another Op'nin, Another Show / In Philly, Boston or Baltimo'": Ah, the opening number from Cole Porter's "Kiss Me, Kate" (1948). Where did the show hold its out-of-town tryout before coming to Broadway?

    Philadelphia

  • "Couple of jiggers of moonlight and add a star Pour in the blue of a June night and one guitar Mix in a couple of dreamers and there you are" Whose big hit was this?

    Glenn Miller

  • "Shallow" won what award at the 2019 Oscars?

    Best Original Song

  • "There's a true blue gal who promises she would wait, She's a sunflower from the sunflower state" It became what state's official song?

    Kansas

  • Alicia Keys made a hit album in 2001 named what?

    Songs in A Minor

  • "Whatcha Think Of That?": Which composer received the first Tony Award for Best Original Score, in 1947?

    Kurt Weill

  • At what age did Justin Bieber first start singing?

    At age 12

  • Frank Sinatra achieved stardom in the early 40's as the lead vocalist for Tommy Dorsey's band. Prior to joining Dorsey, he had a brief stint with this man's band in 1939.

    Harry James

  • Name the music group who came out with the hit song titled "New York City" came out in 2015?

    The Chainsmokers

  • "The snow is snowing and the wind is blowing But I can weather the storm! What is the name of this hit?do I care how much it may storm?" What

    I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm

  • Who is the famous musical artist who is godmother to Elton John's two songs?

    Lady Gaga

  • The 1940s saw the start of the long and distinguished career of one Francis Albert Sinatra. What were his legion of young female fans called?

    Bobby soxers

  • What's the very first hit song by the musical artist Katy Perry?

    I Kissed a Girl

  • Which musical partnership produced the 1941 wartime song 'Ma, I Miss Your Apple Pie' that became a favourite song of the troops who were fighting overseas?

    Lombardo and Loeb

  • What was the hit song that MC Hammer sang?

    U Can’t Touch This

  • 'On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe' featured in which Judy Garland film?

    The Harvey Girls

  • "Our Song" was originally written by Taylor Swift for what event?

    A high school talent show

  • "Old Devil Moon": What 1940s musical is set in the fictional state of Missitucky?

    “Finian’s Rainbow”

  • Ozzy Osbourne is known as the leader singer of what classic heavy metal band of the 1970s?

    Black Sabbath

  • The song "Some Enchanted Evening"is from which 1949 musical?

    South Pacific

  • Where is the rock and roll hall of fame located?

    Cleveland, Ohio

  • Marjorie Hughes became the lead singer for her father's orchestra in 1945. Who was he?

    Frankie Carle

  • About how many musical pieces are considered to be "classical" in nature?

    More than 10,000 pieces

  • "If you ever go down Trinidad They make you feel so very glad Calypso sing and make up rhyme Guarantee you one real good fine time" What song was this?

    Rum And Coca-Cola

  • What's the first album that was considered classical music?

    Joseph Haydn’s composed pieces

  • "And then one day, a magic day he passed my way And while we spoke of many things, fools and kings This he said to me. 'The greatest thing you'll ever learn Is just to love and be loved in return'" Do you know this one from 1948?

    Nature Boy

  • What was often used in the 18th century to sand violins?

    Dogfish skin

  • "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" was sung by one of the major stars of the 1940s. She also married the director of the film it featured in. Who was she?

    Judy Garland

  • How many pieces of wood is a single violin made from?

    70 pieces of wood

  • This banana sang, and danced, and taught America what to do with this aromatic tropical fruit. What was its name?

    Chiquita

  • "Di Tanti Palpiti" was wrote when waiting for what type of food in Venice, Italy?

    Risotto

  • The famous southern song 'Dixie' featured in the film 'Dixie' but who sang it?

    Bing Crosby

  • How many songs did Beethoven compose?

    722 works

  • "Almost Like Being in Love": "Brigadoon" (1947) wasn't this team's first Broadway musical, but it was their first major success. Who wrote the music and lyrics?

    Frederick Loewe & Alan Jay Lerner

  • Who was one of the most popular violinist composers in history?

    Fritz Kreisler

  • The song "Let It Snow" is sung by whom?

    Vaughn Monroe

  • How many strings does a grand piano have?

    Around 230 strings

  • Bob Eberly and Helen O'Connell shared the lead vocals and often sang duets for this band leader. Their biggest hits were "Green Eyes", "Amapola" and "Tangerine"

    Jimmy Dorsey

  • 2020 is the year of Beethoven. Why do we celebrate it?

    250th birthday of Beethoven

  • "Some others I've seen might never be mean Might never be cross or try to be boss, but they wouldn't do For nobody else gave me a thrill With all your faults, I love you still" Identify this hit.

    It Had To Be You

  • Darius Rucker is an original band member from which musical group?

    Hootie and the Blowfish

  • Bing Crosby was still churning out the hits at this time. Identify this one. "While you're away, oh, then remember me When you return you'll find me waiting here."

    Now Is The Hour

  • What percentage of country music was recorded in the U.S. through 2008?

    11.9%

  • Perry Como was another crooner to come to prominence in the 1940s. His first major hit was "Till The End of Time". It was based on a polonaise by which composer?

    Chopin

  • Which female musical artist has the most number one hits for a woman?

    Dolly Parton

  • "The Harry Lime Theme" was played on the zither in which film that starred Orson Welles?

    The Third Man

  • Who was named top female country vocalist in 2016?

    Miranda Lambert

  • 'You're Easy to Dance With' was sung and danced to by Fred Astaire, but in which Paramount film?

    Holiday Inn

  • Which music artist is the biggest-selling digital country artist in history?

    Jason Aldean

  • "There's No Business Like Show Business": Rodgers & Hammerstein were behind the smash hit "Annie Get Your Gun" (1946) - but as producers and not composer / lyricist. Who wrote the music and lyrics for the show?

    Irving Berlin

  • Who is called "The King" of country music?

    George Strait

  • Who has the most consecutive number one hit singles in Country Airplay Chart's history?

    Blake Shelton

  • The song "Five Minutes More" was sung by whom?

    Frank Sinatra

  • What was the first huge hit by Elvis Presley?

    That’s All Right

  • This singer had several big hits as the singer for Les Brown's Band of Reknown. She departed the group in the late 40's and went on to an enormous movie career and still dabbled in music as a solo singer.

    Doris Day

  • The country song "Jolene" was released by which musical artist?

    Dolly Parton

  • "Moonlight and love songs never out of date Hearts full of passion, jealousy and hate Woman needs man and man must have his mate, that no one can deny. It's still the same old story A fight for love and glory, a case of do or die The world will always welcome lovers __ ____ ____ __."

    As Time Goes By

  • What was the name of the lead vocalist for Nirvana?

    Kurt Cobain

  • This song was Peggy Lee's biggest hit of all time. Name it! "My brother took a suitcase and he went away to school My father said he only learned to be a silly fool My father said that I should learn to make a chili pot But then I burned the house down, the chile was too hot"

    Mañana

  • Which female artist had a Foo Fighters band member play drums for her?

    Alanis Morissette

  • Glen Miller's Army Air Force Band modernised military music in the war years. In which year did Glen Miller's flight over the English Channel disappear?

    1944

  • What was the original name of the song "Wonderwall?"

    Wishing Stone

  • Anita O'Day sang about a fruity moon in a blueberry sky in 1949. What type of fruit was the moon?

    Strawberry

  • Who was the drummer for Nirvana?

    Dave Grohl

  • 'The Road to Morocco' was sung by which comedy duo in the famous 'Road to ...' film with the same name?

    Bing Crosby and Bob Hope

  • What Michael Jackson album was released in the 90s?

    2 bad

  • "You'll Never Walk Alone": Following their huge success with "Oklahoma!", what was the second Broadway musical from Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II?

    “Carousel”

  • What's the name of the first hit song by Pearl Jam?

    Even Flow

  • The song "Baby Mine" is from which Disney movie?

    Dumbo

  • What Elton John song did the Beach Boys cover in the 90s?

    Crocodile Rock

  • This singer was enormously popular from 1929 to 1936 in front of the Ray Noble Orchestra.

    Al Bowlly

  • What hit single of 1984 topped charts by Madonna?

    Material Girl

  • "Sometimes I wonder why I spend the lonely night dreaming of a song The melody haunts my reverie and I am once again with you When our love was new and each kiss an inspiration But that was long ago and now my consolation Is in the ______ of a song"

    stardust

  • What pop singer took over the 90s with her high school music dancing video?

    Britney Spears.

  • "When I go to sleep, I never count sheep I count all the charms about _____. And lately it seems in all of my dreams I walk with my arms about _____."

    Linda

  • How many members of the Spice Girls were there?

    5

  • The song "The Pessimistic Character (With the Crab Apple Face)" was sung in which of Bing Crosby's films?

    If I Had My Way

  • Depeche Mode released their debut album in 1981, what's the name of the album?

    Speak & Spell

  • 'Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy' featured in which film featuring the Andrews Sisters?

    Buck Privates

  • What's the name of Phil Collins' first solo album?

    Face Value

  • "On The Town" (1944) evolved from a ballet entitled "Fancy Free." Who composed the music for both the musical and the ballet?

    Leonard Bernstein

  • What year did U2 make their first television appearance?

    1981

  • The lyrics "I'll think of you each day and then I'll dream the night away till you are in my arms once more" belong to which song by Eddy Arnold?

    I’ll Hold You In My Heart

  • What band did Billy Idol leave to start his solo career in 1981?

    Generation X

  • Teddy Wilson's Orchestra had a nice run of hits from 1935 to 1938. Who was the vocalist on almost every one of them?

    Billie Holiday

  • What rock group sang the song "Bohemian Rhapsody?"

    Queen

  • "Just turn me loose, let me straddle my old saddle Underneath the western skies On my cayuse, let me wander over yonder Till I see the mountains rise" Name this one from 1944.

    Don’t Fence Me In

  • What song took over the Billboard charts for multiple years in a row during the 1980s?

    Michael Jackson’s Thriller

  • "The night seemed to fade into blossoming dawn The sun shone anew but the dance lingered on Could we but recall that sweet moment sublime We'd find that our love is unaltered by time" Can you name this song?

    Anniversary Song

  • Musical theatre also had its golden age in the 1940s. Newcomer Gene Kelly took the title role in which Rogers and Hart production, later a successful film for Frank Sinatra?

    Pal Joey

  • What was the first music video ever aired on MTV?

    The Buggles

  • "I've got a lovely bunch of _____" What's the missing word?

    Coconuts

  • On August 1, 1981 what was the first modern music video to appear on MTV?

    Video Killed the Radio Star

  • 'Meet Me in St. Louis' featured in the movie with the same name, but who sang it?

    Judy Garland

  • What female singer won a grammy for best new artist in 1985?

    Cyndi Lauper

  • "Ev'rything I've Got": Composer Richard Rodgers and lyricist Lorenz Hart teamed for several Broadway musicals. Their longest-running show was also Hart's last before his untimely passing. What was it?

    “By Jupiter”

  • Which pop singer was referred to as "material girl?"

    Madonna

  • The song "All I Want for Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth" was originally recorded by whom?

    Spike Jones

  • Rubber Bullets by 10cc was a song written about what type of event?

    A prison riot

  • True or false? Dr. Seuss, or Theodor Seuss Geisel, wrote the lyrics for “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch.”

    True

  • Which popular musical artist reappeared in the 1970s after a motorcycle accident in 1966?

    Bob Dylan

  • Which Lombardo brother did the singing for the Royal Canadians on almost every one of its hits from the band's formation in 1927 through to 1941?

    Carmen

  • What song tells the tale of a grumpy protagonist in a 1966 Dr. Seuss TV special?

    You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch.”

  • Steven Tyler was the lead singer of which rock band?

    Aerosmith

  • This song dates from 1941. "You leave the Pennsylvania Station 'bout a quarter to four Read a magazine and then you're in Baltimore Dinner in the diner, nothing could be finer Than to have your ham an' eggs in Carolina" The title?

    Chattanooga Choo Choo

  • True or false? Dick Smith penned “Winter Wonderland” while being treated for tuberculosis at a sanitarium.

    True

  • Which very popular music group disbanded in the 1970s?

    The Beatles

  • "It's wonderful as heaven, a special kind of heaven But only when I'm near you Times when we're apart I wonder how I can face my heart Say you'll never stray More than just two lips away" This song had spent more weeks at #1 than any other song in the history of the Billboard charts as of 2002! Name it.

    Near You

  • Of Guy Lombardo, the Andrews’ Sisters, or Perry Como, which artists have recorded “Winter Wonderland”?

    They all have!

  • What's the first song to break the 3-minute limit on FM radio?

    Bob Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone.”

  • Operatic voices were as popular in the 1940s as they are now. Which tenor did MGM Studio hope would become their "singing Clark Gable"?

    Mario Lanza

  • In the song “Winter Wonderland,” what is the name of the snowman?

    Parson Brown

  • What do the letters in ABBA stand for?

    The band members first names

  • Dinah Shore had a hit in 1946 with "Shoo Fly Pie and _____ Pan Dowdy". Which fruit fills the blank?

    Apple

  • What is the name of the fourth reindeer mentioned in the first line of “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”?

    Vixen

  • How did Led Zeppelin name the title "Black Dog?"

    A labrador walked into the music studio

  • The pessimistic character with 'the ____ apple face' featured in the movie 'If I Had my Way' with Bing Crosby. But what is the missing lyric?

    Crab

  • Who was the “Singing Cowboy” famous for recording “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”?

    Gene Autry

  • What backup band did The Eagles start out as?

    Linda Ronstadt’s backup band

  • "Oklahoma!" (1943) was one of the first Broadway musicals to fully integrate dance with plot. In the "Dream Ballet" at the end of the first act, the heroine Laurey decides she loves the hero Curly. Who choreographed the ballet sequence?

    Agnes De Mille

  • True or false? Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer’s original name was Rollo

    True

  • What was the best selling album of the 1970s?

    Rumours by Fleetwood Mac

  • The song "It Had to Be You" was sung by Betty Hutton in which 1945 movie?

    Incendiary Blonde

  • What department store gave away copies of an original poem entitled “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”?

    Montgomery Ward

  • Between 1962 and 1966 who was the top performing songwriter?

    Smokey Robinson

  • Over the years, this orchestra leader had several female lead singers. Among them - Helen Ward, Martha Tilton, Peggy Lee, Helen Forrest and Patti Page.

    Benny Goodman

  • True or false? “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus” was banned by the Catholic Church.

    True

  • True or false, Motown owned a "charm school" that taught artists how to perform?

    True

  • Yet another #1 from 1947: "__________________ is a beautiful town You buy a hacienda for a few pesos down You give it to the lady you are tryin' to win But her papa doesn't let you come in" What we need in the blank is the name of a Latin American city.

    Managua, Nicaragua

  • What Christmas song about kissing did Jimmy Boyd record when he was only 13 years old?

    “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus.”

  • How old was Stevie Wonder when he signed with Motown?

    11

  • Which foursome, a fore-runner of the doo-wop groups of the 1950s, had hits with "Shout Brother Shout", "Cow-Cow Boogie" and "Whispering Grass"?

    The Ink Spots

  • . According to the lyrics in “Holly Jolly Christmas,” what should you say to “everyone you meet”?

    “Hello.”

  • What radio station does Stevie Wonder own?

    102.3 FM in Los Angeles

  • Bob Hope and Shirley Ross sang this in 'The Big Broadcast of 1938'.

    Thanks for the Memory

  • Burl Ives sang “Holly Jolly Christmas” as the snowman in what 1964 animated TV special?

    Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

  • What is the original name of The Temptations?

    The Elgins

  • Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!" (1943) was huge hit on Broadway, playing over 2,000 performances. The non-musical play on which it is based was a failure. What was its name?

    “Green Grow the Lilacs”

  • Who wrote the Burl Ives’ hit “Holly Jolly Christmas”?

    Johnny Marks

  • What's the original name of the Four Tops?

    The Four Aims

  • The song "Rum and Coca-Cola" was sung by whom?

    The Andrews Sisters

  • What is the English translation of the song title “Feliz Navidad”?

    “Happy Christmas” or “Merry Christmas”

  • What was the original name for The Supremes?

    The Primettes

  • Ella Fitzgerald was the lead singer of this man's big band.

    Chick Webb

  • What popular Christmas song is sung with the verses in English and the chorus in Spanish?

    “Feliz Navidad.”

  • How many records hit top-ten on the Billboard Hot 100 for Motown records in the 1960s?

    79

  • Can you get this one? "I'm dreaming of a _____ ________ Just like the ones I used to know Where the treetops glisten And children listen To hear sleigh bells in the snow"

    White Christmas

  • True or false? The Holiday Inn hotel chain took its name from the Irving Berlin movie of the same name.

    True

  • What year was Motown Records founded?

    1959

  • True or false? “White Christmas” is the best-selling Christmas song to date.

    True

  • Who sang with the Wailers?

    Bob Marley

     

  • Another #1 from 1947 was an ad-libbed ensemble piece that was primarily spoken - only the chorus was sung. The title was "Open The Door _________!"

    Richard

  • Who wrote the song “White Christmas”?

    Irving Berlin

  • In which song did Elvis Presley sing: “A little more bite and a little less bark / A little less fight and a little more spark”

    A Little Less Conversation

  • Many of the popular male singers of the 1940s started their careers singing with 1930s big bands. With which band did Bing Crosby perform?

    Paul Whiteman

  • True or false? The song “White Christmas” was written for the movie of the same name.

    False

  • Which Drake song broke records in 2016?

    One Dance

  • In the popular '70s TV series "Happy Days", Richie Cunningham (played by Ron Howard), when getting ready for a date, would often sing the opening line to what 1950s Fats Domino Hit?

    Blueberry Hill

  • Which artist first popularized the song “White Christmas”?

    Bing Crosby

  • Which band had hits with ‘Atomic’ and ‘Call Me’?

    Blondie

  • "I Could Write a Book": The title role in Rodgers & Hart's "Pal Joey" (1940) was a breakthrough for its young star. It was also his last Broadway show. Who was it?

    Gene Kelly

  • A line in “Blue Christmas” goes, “You’ll be doing alright with your Christmas of white….” What other Christmas song is this line referring to?

    “White Christmas.”

  • In what decade was American jazz trumpeter Miles Davis born?

    1920s

  • Glenn Miller's band reached its peak of popularity from 1939 until his untimely death in 1944. He primarily utilized the singing talents of two people. One was Tex Beneke. Who was the other one?

    Ray Eberle

  • What Christmas song with a color in the title did Elvis sing for his 1968 Christmas TV special?

    “Blue Christmas.”

  • Who went solo in 1987 with the song ‘Faith’?

    George Michael

  • "We'll never part for I love you Dear little girl, sweet little girl Sweeter than the Rose of Erin It's the shamrock we'll be sharin'" The line before these is where the title of the song is sung. It was a #1 song from 1947.

    Peg O’ My Heart

  • True or false? Gardner didn’t think his song “All I Want for Christmas (Is My Two Front Teeth)” would be a hit.

    True

  • Beyonce rose to stardom as part of which girl band?

    Destiny’s Child

  • Girl groups are nothing new. Throughout the 1940s The Andrews Sisters were one of America's most popular singing sister acts. Their names were LaVerne, Patty and...?

    Maxine

  • What song inspired the parody “All I Want for Christmas Is a Beatle”?

    All I Want for Christmas

  • In which song did Queen sing: “I’ve fallen in love / I’ve fallen in love for the first time”?

    I Want To Break Free

  • In 1942, which tree did the Andrews Sisters sing that you should not sit under without "me"?

    Apple

  • True or false? “Jingle Bells” was written by the uncle of J.P. Morgan, the American financier.

    True

  • In 2017 Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee topped the chart in 47 countries with which song?

    Despacito

  • The song 'White Christmas' was sung by Bing Crosby first in which feature film?

    Holiday Inn

  • What holiday was “Jingle Bells” originally written for?

    Thanksgiving

  • American singer Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta is best known by which stagename?

    Lady Gaga

  • "Louisiana Purchase" (1940) was one of the first hits of the decade. Remarkably, it was also the first book (plotted) Broadway musical by an already-famous composer. Who wrote the music and lyrics?

    Irving Berlin

  • What holiday song was the first song to be broadcast in space?

    Jingle Bells

  • Which American pop star had back to back 2015 chart success with singles ‘Sorry’ and ‘Love Yourself’?

    Justin Beiber

  • Björn Again is a tribute band for which world-famous pop group?

    Abba

  • The Barbadian singer Robyn Fenty is better known by her middle name of what?

    Rihanna

  • ‘I got sunshine on a cloudy day’ is the opening line to which Temptations song?

    My Girl

  • Which American hip hop duo had a 1986 hit with ‘Push It’?

    Salt-N-Pepa

  • In which Mama and Papas song are: “all the leaves are brown and the sky is grey”?

    California Dreamin

  • Which musical is based on the 1992 film of the same name which starred and featured songs by Whitney Houston

    The Bodyguard

  • Which Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars track spent 14 weeks on top of the Billboard Hot 100 in 2015?

    Uptown Funk

  • Which female artist had her first hit in 1957 with ‘Walkin after Midnight’?

    Patsy Cline.

  • Which synth-pop duo reached UK number one with ‘West End Girls’ in 1986?

    Pet Shop Boys

  • ‘Children’ was a 1996 instrumental hit for which DJ?

    Robert Miles

  • Guy Berryman, Jon Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin are members of which band?

    Coldplay

  • Stormzy collaborated with Burna Boy and which other British musician on ‘Own It’?

    Ed Sheeran

  • With which Cuban-American singer did Shawn Mendes team up with on the track “Señorita”?

    Camila Cabello

  • ‘Getting to Know You’ is one of the best known songs from which musical?

    The King and I

  • At 99 years old, who become the oldest person to top the UK Singles Chart in 2020?

    Captain Sir Thomas Moore

  • Who is the best-selling female artist of all time?

    Madonna

  • In which video did Michael Jackson first perform his famous moonwalk in 1983?

    Billie Jean

  • Name the band that Phil Collins is a part of.

    Genesis

  • What is the best-selling single of all-time worldwide?

    White Christmas by Bing Crosby

  • Who had a No.1 hit with “Ice Ice Baby”?

    Vanilla Ice

  • Will.i.am is best known for being part of which hip hop group?

    Black Eyed Peas

  • Which singer ‘can’t stop staring at those ocean eyes’?

    Billie Eilish

  • In which year did the Spice Girls release Wannabe?

    1996

  • How many members are there in Korean boy band – BTS?

    Seven

  • Who was the original drummer for The Beatles?

    Pete Best

  • Name all five members of One Direction

    Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Zayn Malik

  • Name the song: “It’s been seven hours and 15 days”

    ‘Nothing Compares 2 U’ by Sinead O’Connor

  • Name the song: “She’ll make you take your clothes off and go dancing in the rain.”

    ‘Livin la Vida Loca’ by Ricky Martin

  • Name the song: “I like the sushi ’cause it’s never touched a frying pan”

    ‘One Week’ by Barenaked Ladies

  • Name the song: “And I don’t want the world to see me, ’cause I don’t think that they’d understand”

    ‘Iris’ by Goo Goo Dolls

  • Name the song: “But did you know that when it snows, my eyes become large and the light that you shine can be seen?”

    ‘Kiss From A Rose’ by Seal

  • Name the song: “I want to stand with you on a mountain, I want to bathe with you in the sea.”

    ‘Truly, Madly, Deeply’ by Savage Garden

  • Name the song: “The best thing about bein’ a woman is the prerogative to have a little fun”

    ‘Man! I Feel Like a Woman!’ by Shania Twain

  • Name the song: “No I can’t forget this evening or your face as you were leaving, but I guess that’s just the way the story goes.”

    ‘Without You’ by Mariah Carey

  • Name the song: “You need to give it up, had about enough, it’s not hard to see…”

    ‘The Boy Is Mine’ by Brandy and Monica

  • Name the song: “You are my fire, the one desire”

    ‘I Want It That Way’ by The Backstreet Boys

  • ‘Jagged Little Pill’ was the name of the debut album for which Canadian singer?

    Alanis Morrisette

  • ‘All That She Wants’ was a hit for which Swedish group?

    Ace of Base

  • Who told us all to ‘wear sunscreen’?

    Baz Luhrmann in ‘Everybody’s Free To Wear Sunscreen’

  • In 1997, which band claimed ‘the drugs don’t work’?

    The Verve

  • Jason, Howard, Mark, Gary, and Robbie were members of which band?

    Take That

  • Which 90s dance craze stemmed from a hit by Los Del Mar?

    Macarena

  • ‘Unfinished Sympathy’, ‘Teardrop’, and ‘Protection’ were hits for which band from Bristol?

    Massive Attack

  • Aqua had a best-selling song in 1997, what was it called?

    Barbie Girl

  • ‘Love Is All Around’ topped the UK charts for 15 weeks for which band?

    Wet Wet Wet

  • Which film ended with Underworld’s dance track ‘Born Slippy’?

    Trainspotting

  • Which Dolly Parton song did Whitney Houston cover in 1992?

    ‘I Will Always Love You’

  • What was the best selling single of the entire decade of the 1990s?

    Elton John’s ‘Candle in the Wind 1997’

  • Who sang the movie title track to The Titanic?

    Celine Dion (My Heart Will Go On)

  • Norman Cook is better known by his DJ stage name of what?

    Fatboy Slim

  • What was the name of the Coolio hit from soundtrack to the film ‘Dangerous Minds’?

    Gangsta’s Paradise

  • Natalie Imbruglia sang the hit of summer 98 with which single?

    Torn

  • Jarvis Cocker is the frontman and singer for which band?

    Pulp

  • ‘Losing My Religion’ was a huge hit for which band?

    R.E.M.

  • ‘Creep’, ‘Paranoid Android’, and ‘Fake Plastic Trees’ were hits for which band?

    Radiohead

  • ‘Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)’ featuring a sample from the musical Annie, was a hit for which rapper?

    Jay-Z

  • Who released albums titled ‘Big Willie Style’ and ‘Willenium’?

    Will Smith

  • What was the name of the debut single from Britney Spears?

    Baby One More Time

  • Marshall Bruce Mathers is better known by his stage name of what?

    Eminem

  • T-Boz, Left-Eye, and Chilli were members of which r’n’b girl group?

    TLC

  • Which rapper had a hit with Dr Dre on ‘California Love’?

    2Pac / Tupac Shakur

  • Name the lead singer of the band, No Doubt.

    Gwen Stefani

  • Which girl band’s debut album was called ‘The Writing’s on the Wall’ released in 1999?

    Destiny’s Child

  • Which famous Icelandic singer had hits with ‘Human Behaviour’, ‘Venus as a Boy’, and ‘It’s Oh So Quiet’?

    Bjork

  • Which Irish band had hits with ‘Linger’, ‘Salvation’, and ‘Zombie’?

    The Cranberries

  • Who is known for the songs ‘Cornflake Girl’, ‘Professional Widow’ and ‘A Sorta Fairytale’?

    Tori Amos

  • Which Madonna song was the biggest selling single of 1990, selling over 6 million copies?

    Vogue

  • ‘Basketcase’, ‘When I Come Around’ and ‘Brain Stew’ were songs by which American punk band in the 90s?

    Green Day

  • Which band thought he was ‘pretty fly for a white guy’?

    The Offspring

  • Who held the number one spot in the UK charts for 16 weeks with (Everything I Do) I’d Do It For You?

    Bryan Adams

  • Phil Daniels features on which Blur song?

    Parklife

  • Who had a hit with “I Would Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That)”?

    Meatloaf

  • ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ was a hit for which grunge band?

    Nirvana

  • What is the name of the Spice Girls first number 1 hit?

    Wannabe

  • What are the first names of the Gallagher brothers from Oasis?

    Liam and Noel

  • Which TV series had the theme tune ‘I’ll Be There For You’ by The Rembrandts?

    Friends

  • In which year was the first rap music recorded?

    1979

  • Who are the founding members of the group Backstreet Boys?

    Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, AJ McLean, Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson

  • What is the name of the artist featured in Charlie Puth’s song, “Marvin Gaye”?

    Meghan Trainor

  • Which popular hip hop superstar has a tattoo of Jesus on one of his eyes?

    Lil Wayne

  • Which country does Shakira come from?

    Colombia

  • Which two musicians won the Nobel Peace Prize?

    Bob Dylan (2016) and Rabindranath Tagore (1913)

  • Which DJ-Musician is known for the most romantic lines at the start of every song he is featured in?

    DJ Khaled

  • Who sang the international hit song, Miss Independent?

    Ne-Yo

  • Who did a duet with Ed Sheeran on his hit song, “Perfect Duet”?

    Beyonce

  • Cardi B rose to fame back in 2015 when she first appeared on which TV show?

    Love and Hip Hop, New York

  • Which pop musician has her real name as Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar?

    Cardi B

  • Which hip-hop musician has her real name as Robyn Fenty?

    Rihanna

  • ‘The material girl’ is a name associated with which music superstar?

    Madonna

  • Which musicians have had successful careers in the movie industry?

    Will Smith, Rihanna, Justin Timberlake, Jennifer Lopez

  • Who is the rapper in Usher’s hit song, “Yeah”?

    Ludacris

  • The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is found in which US state?

    Ohio, Cleveland

  • What is the name of the musician who was deported and banned from entering Japan because of possessing [email protected]?

    Paul McCartney

  • How many members make up the megaband BTS?

    Seven Members

  • Which of the Cardi B song has these lyrics, “You in the club just to party. I’m there, I get paid a fee”?

    Bodak Yellow

  • Which musician has most of his songs featured in the X-rated movies like, “The 50 Shades of Grey”?

    The Weeknd

  • When Mannequin Challenge was trending back in 2016, which song accompanied it?

    Black Beatles song by Rae Sremmurd

  • K-pop took the international music scene by storm back in 2010 with their signature band BTS. What does BTS stand for?

    Bulletproof Boy Scouts. It’s a Korean translation.

  • I am too good to you. I am way too good to you,” are lyrics from a hit song by which hip hop superstar?

    Drake

  • What is the longest-running song on the Billboard?

    Old Town Road by Billy Ray Cyrus; 17 consecutive weeks.

  • Which musician has had the most number-one hits in The Billboard ranking?

    The Beatles, 20

  • Which band is so important to their country’s economy in that it cannot be allowed to fall?

    BTS

  • Stafani Germanotta is the real name for which music superstar?

    Lady Gaga

  • Which hip-hop rap star artist has real names as Onika Miraj?

    Nicki Minaj

  • What is the name of the band founded by Brian Jones?

    Rolling Stones

  • Which female musician’s shaved head photo sold for $500,000 back in 2007?

    Britney Spears

  • Which rapper holds the world record for the most words per minute?

    Eminem & Nicki Minaj

  • What is the oldest musical instrument in use to this day?

    Flutes

  • What was the Jingle Bells song initially called?

    The One Horse Open Sleigh

  • Which country has the highest concentration of metal rock bands?

    Finland

  • Which is the largest music concert on record?

    Modena Park Concert (2017) by Vasco Rossi with 225,000 people in attendance.

  • Some people feel nothing towards music: True or False?

    True

  • Which Austrian musician outsold Beyonce, Adele, and Drake in the number of CDs sold in 2016?

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozzart

  • Which rock band sang about “Wrong Side of Heaven and Righteous Side of Hell”?

    Five Finger Death Punch

  • Which hit song is the Aussie star Gotye best know for?

    Somebody that I used to Know

  • The Swedish House Mafia is a band from Sweden: True or False?

    True

  • Which band had the highest number of members?

    P-Funk with 189 members

  • What is the longest song to have ever been recorded in modern history?

    The Rise and Fall of Bossanova

  • What is the shortest song ever recorded in modern history?

    You Suffer

  • Who composed the US national anthem?

    Francis Scott Key

  • Finish the lyrics: To the left, to the left…

    Everything you own in the box to the left

    In the closet that’s my stuff, yes

    If I bought it please don’t touch

  • Ed Sheeran music albums are named after mathematical symbols. Which of these symbols is not one of them: + – × ÷?

    The symbol (-)

  • The 2012 global hit song “Call Me Maybe” was sung by a musician from which country?

    Carly Rae, Canadian

  • Which musician has his real name as Peter Gene Hernandez?

    Bruno Mars

  • How many strings are there in a standard Violin?

    Four

  • Which musician became famous for the hit song “I Kissed a Girl”?

    Katy Perry

  • What is the name of music which that originates from Scotland, Ireland, and Wales?

    Celtic music

  • Which instrument did Pandit Ravi Shankar play?

    The Sitar

  • Who was one of the first African artists to bring attention to African music to the Western World?

    Zenzile Miriam Makeba

  • Which Somali-Canadian singer sang the promotional anthem at the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

    K-naan

  • Which music genre originates from Jamaica?

    Reggae

  • Known as the lion of instruments, where does the Rubab originate from?

    Persia

  • What type of instrument is an Oud?

    Stringed Instrument

  • Which form of music is based on Ragas?

    Indian Classical Music

  • Which Polish Jazz artist was known for mixing Eastern European folk music with Jazz?

    South Korea

  • Which Polish Jazz artist was known for mixing Eastern European folk music with Jazz?

    Tomasz Dabrowski

  • Which Swiss band was known for their heavy influence on developing extreme metal?

    Celtic Frost

  • Which Pakistani singer performed at the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize concert in Oslo?

    Rahat Fateh Ali Khan

  • Which British band was formed by Vincent and Daniel Cavanagh in the 90s?

    Anathema

  • The artist Diamond Platnumz comes from which country?

    Tanzania

  • The metal band Opeth originate from which country?

    Sweden

  • Who sang Goodnight, Irene?
    1. Huddie William Ledbetter
  • One of the most celebrated figures of Blues music, how old was Robert Johnson when he died?

    27

  • Who sang I'd Rather Go Blind?

    Etta James

  • How did Blue music begin?

    Through African spiritual chants

  • Who is considered the mother of Blues?

    Gertrude Pridgett

  • Who is considered the father of Blues?

    William Christopher Handy

  • Which instrument did Big Mama Thornton play on stage?

    The Harp

  • What did Pinetop Perkins go on to play for 60 years?

    The Piano

  • Which guitarist had to give up playing the guitar after he was attacked and injured?

    Pinetop Perkins

  • Who was known as The Texas Cannonball?

    Freddie King

  • Credited for the origin of hip-hop culture in New York, Clive Campbell is known as what?

    DJ Kool Herc

  • Known as The Godfather of Hip Hop culture, which artist was one of the first founders of breakbeat DJing?

    Afrika Bambaataa

  • Which rapping trio had their single become the first rap single to become top 40?

    The Sugarhill Gang

  • Which female rapper released her first solo album Lyte as a Rock in 1988?

    MC Lyte

  • Mary G Blige is known as what?

    Queen of hip-hop soul

  • Who sang Empire State of Mind?

    Jay-Z

  • What was Christopher George Latore Wallace’s stage name?

    The Notorious B.I.G

  • Who sang Keep Ya Head Up?

    Tupac

  • After the release of his album Reincarnated in 2012, Snoop Dog changed his name to what?

    Snoop Lion

  • Movie 8 Mile starred which rap artist?

    Eminem

  • Which band sang the 1973 song Dream On?

    Aerosmith

  • Led Zeppelin was formerly known as what?

    New Yardbirds

  • Space Jam featured which R Kelly song?

    I believe I can fly

  • Lars Ulrich and James Hetfield founded which band?

    Metallica

  • Song Radio Ga Ga is believed to have inspired Lady Gaga’s stage name, who sang the song?

    Queen

  • Who sang ‘Like a rolling stone’?

    Bob Dylan

  • How many albums did the British brand Beatles release?

    12

  • Appetite for Destruction was the first album by which American band?

    Guns N’ Roses

  • The Division Bell album is by which English rock band?

    Pink Floyd

  • Singer Michael Lee Aday is popularly known as what?

    Meat Loaf

  • Which singer’s real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta?

    Lady Gaga

  • In 1974, who won the Eurovision song contest?

    ABBA

  • Who’s album is Love. Angel. Music. Baby?

    Gwen Stefani

  • For which song did Shaggy win a Grammy in 1995?

    Bombastic

  • Which 1975 song was revived in the 90s comedy Wayne’s World?
    1. Bohemian Rhapsody
  • Who sang ‘I Wanna Dance with Somebody’?

    Whitney Houston

  • Who sang the 1987 hit song ‘Faith’?

    George Michael

  • In which song did Michael Jackson debute his moonwalk dance?

    Billie Jeans

  • Which English singer and song writer appeared in the movie Labyrinth?

    David Bowie

  • Who is regarded as the best-selling female artist of all times by the Guinness World Records?

    Madonna

  • Who wrote The Toccata and Fugue in D minor?

    Johann Sebastian Bach

  • Who composed Moon River' in the movie Breakfast at Tiffany's?

    Henry Mancini

  • La Boheme is an example of what?

    Opera

  • Where are the Promenade Concerts held?

    Royal Albert Hall

  • Considered one of the greatest of his time, what musical instrument did Yehudi Menuhin play?

    Violin

  • Antonio Vivaldi is also known as what?

    Red Priest

  • Which famous opera artist sung Nessun dorma from Turandot?

    Luciano Pavarotti

  • Which was the first opera house in the world?

    Teatro San Cassiano

  • Who wrote Skittle Alley Trio?

    Mozart

  • Jaqueline du Pré played which instrument?

    Violin

  • Bessie Smith is known as what?

    Empress of the Blues

  • Which jazz composition was the first non-classical piece to win a Pulitzer Prize in music?

    Blood on the Fields

  • The vibraphone was introduced by which artist?

    Lionel Hampton

  • Who is the vocalist for the album ‘Lady Sings the Blues’?

    Billie Holiday

  • Which decade is known as the Jazz Age?

    1920s

  • Which instrument did Miles Davis play?

    Trumpet

  • For which album did Ella Fitzgerald receive a Grammy award?

    Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Duke Ellington Song Book

  • Which American city does Jazz originate from?

    New Orleans

  • What was Louis Armstrong’s nickname?

    Satchmo

  • Who introduced the bossa nova sound in 1960?

    Stan Getz

  • What title did Queen Elizabeth II bestow upon Elton John in 1998?

    Sir

  • What decade is the hit single "What A Girl Wants" by Christina Aguilera from?
    2000’s
  • Who had a hit with the song "The A Team"?
    Ed Sheeran
  • What is the ZZ Top song "La Grange" about?
    A Bordello
  • What year did Joe Jackson have the hit single "Steppin' Out" on A&M?

    1983

  • Who won the MTV Best Female Video Award in 1997 for "You Were Meant For Me"?

    Jewel

  • Which song from Paloma Faith's third studio album "A Perfect Contradiction" was written by Diane Warren?
    Only Love Can Hurt Like This
  • What band do Foo Fighters' Nate Mendel and Taylor Hawkins belong to in the film "Our Burden Is Light"?
    Bleeder
  • Which Marvin Gaye song begins with the line: "See those flowers, they need love"?
    Everybody Needs Love
  • What decade is the hit single "If I Ever Lose My Faith In You" by Sting from?
    Nineties
  • Who recorded the hit single "Dance With Me" in 2000?
    Debelah Morgan
  • Who recorded the hit single "I Need To Know" in 2000?
    Marc Anthony
  • Grime artist Lethal Bizzle's song "The Drop" features vocals by which singer?
    Cherri Voncelle
  • What were George Harrison's names in the Traveling Wilburys?
    Nelson And Spike
  • Which Talking Heads LP had their first Top 10 hit "Burning Down The House"?
    Speaking In Tongues
  • "Flex (Ooh, Ooh, Ooh)" is a 2015 hit single for which Southern hip hop artist?
    Rich Homie Quan
  • The 2014 song "That's Not Me" by Skepta features vocals from which grime artist?

    JME

  • In 1974, Elton John formed his own record label, called what?
    Rocket Records
  • What is the title of the 2018 single released by Shakka featuring AlunaGeorge?
    Man Down
  • Who recorded the hit single "Almost Doesn't Count" in 1999?
    Brandy
  • Which Candlebox song was in the Billboard's Top 20 for seven months in 1993?
    Far Behind
  • Which Irish Band released their album "Songs of Innocence" for free in 2014?

    U2

  • Which band includes singer/guitarist Kevin Griffin?
    Better Than Ezra
  • What decade is the hit single "Some Kind Of Wonderful" by Grand Funk from?
    Seventies
  • Which song by The Cure includes the lyric "another world where the sun always shines"?
    Where The Birds Always Sing
  • Chris Brown's song "Say Goodbye" was included in the soundtrack for what dance movie?
    Step Up
  • In Talking Heads' "Once in a Lifetime", where do you find yourself?
    In Another Part Of The World
  • What reality show did Jane's Addiction's Dave Navarro co-host?
    Rock Star
  • Who won the MTV Best Dance Video Award in 1996 for "1,2,3,4 (Sumpin' New)"?
    Coolio
  • Who released the country album "Golden Hour"?
    Kacey Musgraves
  • The Cash Cash song "Take Me Home" features guest vocals by which singer?
    Bebe Rexha
  • Flo Rida's 2009 single "Right Round" heavily samples the 1984 song "You Spin Me Round" by which group?
    Dead or Alive
  • Which B-52's member sang in the R.E.M. song "Shiny Happy People"?
    Kate Pierson
  • Who recorded the 2013 hit "Scream & Shout"?
    will.i.am & Britney Spears
  • What Martine McBride song begins with the lyrics "sometimes I feel like I never quite fit in..."?

    When You Love Me

  • Which hip hop duo had a 2015 hit single titled "Come Get Her"?
    Rae Sremmurd
  • Who did Stevie Nicks write the song "Landslide" for?
    Lindsey Buckingham
  • Which Beatle did Peter Frampton assist on their solo album, "All things must pass"?
    George Harrison
  • In Jane's Addiction's "Jane Says", where does Jane want to "go away to"?

    Spain

  • Who sang "Amish Paradise"?
    Weird Al Yankovic
  • Which R&B diva went on tour in 2009 as "Sasha Fierce"?
    Beyonce
  • Whose 2018 LP is titled "Crooked Shadows"?
    Dashboard Confessional
  • What band started off by playing at venues on the Jersey Shore?
    Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
  • What artist/band put out the CD, "A Place In The Sun"?

    Lit

  • When did Pet Shop Boys first have a top 100 single on the year-end Billboard charts?

    1986

  • What Led Zeppelin album featured "Stairway to Heaven"?
    Led Zeppelin IV
  • Who won top R&B Artist at the Billboard Music Awards 2018?
    Bruno Mars
  • Which famous festival did the Red Hot Chili Peppers perform in light bulb suits?
    Woodstock ’94
  • Which Post Malone hit, first released via SoundCloud, resulted in a contract with Republic Records?
    White Iverson
  • Which Black Eyed Peas song won a 2005 Grammy?
    My Humps
  • What is Stevie Nicks' actual first name?

    Stephanie

  • The song "Walking Away" is featured on which 2011 Limp Bizkit album?
    Gold Cobra
  • Which artist released the hit, "Bitch"?
    Meredith Brooks
  • In which band did Tina Weymouth play bass guitar?
    Talking Heads
  • Who sang "Bridge Over Troubled Water" at Aretha Franklin's funeral?
    Gladys Knight
  • Which band from Iceland was Bjork a part of in the 80's?

    Sugarcubes

  • In 1986, Willie Nelson recorded "To All The Girls I've Loved Before" with whom?
    Julio Iglesias
  • The video for Kasabian's 2014 single "eez-eh" features which Swedish actress?
    Noomi Rapace
  • Who sang the U.S. National Anthem at the NBA All-Star game in 2018?

    Fergie

  • Who charted with the hit single "Count On Me" in 1996?
    Whitney Houston & Cece Winans
  • Who played drums for Emerson, Lake & Palmer?
    Carl Palmer
  • Who is featured on the Dierks Bentley's song "Travelin' Light"?
    Brandi Carlile
  • What decade is the hit single "Genie In A Bottle" by Christina Aguilera from?

    Nineties

  • Who is Calvin Broadus?
    Snoop Dogg
  • Sublime's single "What I Got" was released under which album title?
    Sublime
  • What is the name of B.B. King's guitar?

    Lucille

  • Which artist/band put out the CD, "Just Push Play"?
    Aerosmith
  • Who won the Song of the Year Grammy in 1999 for "My Heart Will Go On"?

    Celine Dion

  • What decade is the hit single "I Don't Wanna Cry" by Mariah Carey from?
    Nineties
  • What band is Jordan Pundik in?
    New Found Glory
  • Who played drums in the group, UFO?
    Andy Parker
  • In Katy Perry's 2012 single "Wide Awake", she claims that she is "falling from" which body?

    Cloud 9

  • Who in 2013 had a hit titled "Treasure"?
    Bruno Mars
  • Who performed "Wildflowers" at the 2018 Grammy Awards with Chris Stapleton?

    Emmylou Harris

  • According to the title of a hit song by Modest Mouse, when is the "lampshade on fire"?
    When The Lights Go Out
  • Who recorded the hit single "Wonder" in 1996?
    Natalie Merchant
  • What band was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in 1994?

    Rush

  • The singles "Up On The Catwalk", "Promised You A Miracle" and "Sanctify Yourself" are by which band?
    Simple Minds
  • Who recorded the 2013 hit "Some Nights"?

    Fun

  • What's the first word of the song "Malibu" by Hole?

    Crash

  • Where did rap superstar Eminem grow up?

    Detroit

  • What instrument did Miles Davis play?
    Trumpet
  • Which group sings "I like watchin' the puddles gather rain"?
    Blind Melon
  • "Sparrow" is the fourth studio album by what American country music artist?
    Ashley Monroe
  • What was taken off in the rain in Jewel's "Foolish Games"?

    Coat

  • Finish the A$AP Ferg lyric, "Crossover, it's over, I make heart ____"?

    Race

  • Who won the Album of the Year Grammy in 1993 for "Unplugged"?
    Eric Clapton
  • Drop It Like It's Hot is a hit for which recording artist?
    Snoop Dogg And Pharrell
  • Who released the country song "Marry Me"?
    Thomas Rhett
  • What year did Neneh Cherry have the hit single "Buffalo Stance" on Virgin?
    1989
  • What band made their breakthrough live debut by playing the Rolling Stones free concert at Hyde Park?
    King Crimson
  • Who joined forces with Fergie to make the song "Party People"?

    Nelly

  • Which Jay- Z song was nominated for Record of the Year at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards?
    The Story of O.J.
  • Who was the last Beatle to get married for the first time?

    Paul

  • Which song was released as the lead single from the Kooks' fourth studio album "Listen"?

    Down

  • How old was Eddie Vedder when his father died?

    13

  • Rihanna banned fans from bringing what items to her U.K. concerts in 2008?
    Umbrellas
  • What instrument did jazz great John Coltrane play?
    Saxophone
  • What club did The Ramones play their first shows at?
    CBGB
  • What is the surprise ending of The Human League's "Human"?
    They Both Cheated
  • What band's name was originally called Inner Space?

    Can

  • Which R&B artist asked for a "Last Chance" in 2009?
    Ginuwine
  • Who tried "Making love out of nothing at all"?
    Air Supply
  • Who sweeps up on "Desolation Row"?

    Cinderella

  • Which single won the 2009 Grammy award for Best Rap Song?
    Lollipop
  • What label was the "Dogma" soundtrack released on?
    Maverick
  • Where did the band Stone Sour originate?
    Des Moines, IA
  • Which of Pearl Jam's albums sold almost a million copies in one week?

    Vs.

  • What pop star had the hit song is "I Wanna Go"?
    Britney Spears
  • Who is the singer mentioned in "Come On Eileen" by Dexys Midnight Runners?
    Johnnie Ray
  • Who put out the hit single "Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me" in 1992?
    George Michael/Elton John
  • Four members of the band R5 have what last name?
    Lynch
  • Where is Roy Orbison's "Pretty Woman" walking?
    Down The Street
  • What was the first single released from Pearl Jam's "No Code" album?
    Who You Are
  • In 2001, who won the MTV Best Female Video Award for "Let Me Blow Ya Mind"?

    Eve f/ Gwen Stefani

  • Who released the country song "One Number Away"?

    Luke Combs

  • Which R&B group announced they were disbanding in January 2009?
    Danity Kane
  • What Metallica song says to "take my hand, off to never-neverland"?
    Enter Sandman
  • How old was Kurt Cobain when he died?

    27

  • Whose big dance hit was "Headhunter"?
    Front 242
  • Finish the Lil Skies and Yung Pinch lyric, "You tried to take me down, I left you in the ____?"

    Rain

  • Whose 2018 LP is titled "Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life"?
    The Wombats
  • What decade is the hit single "Pink Cadillac" by Natalie Cole from?
    Eighties
  • Which band produced three legendary guitarists: Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, and Eric Clapton?
    The Yardbirds
  • What band is guitarist Robert Fripp from?
    King Crimson
  • Which day of the week follows "Pink" in the title of a 2011 album by Nicki Minaj?

    Friday

  • Two of the members of the band Viet Cong were formerly in what Canadian rock group?
    Women
  • Besides a creep, what does Radiohead admit to being in the song "Creep"?
    Weirdo
  • What band's original members had all been at one time members of the band The Wilde Flowers?
    Caravan
  • What decade is the hit single "You Give Love A Bad Name" by Bon Jovi from?
    Eighties
  • Which member of Bon Jovi was married to Heather Locklear?
    Richie Sambora
  • Who recorded the hit single "Thank You" in 2001?
    Dido
  • Who released the country song "Woman Amen"?
    Dierks Bentley
  • What decade is the hit single "I Can't Make You Love Me" by Bonnie Raitt from?
    Nineties
  • Which liquid appears in the song "Hungry Like the Wolf" by Duran Duran?
    Wine
  • Who recorded the hit single "Stay the Same" in 1999?
    Joey Mcintyre
  • U2 had a hit in 2014 with "The Miracle", a song dedicated to what vocalist?
    Joey Ramone
  • What Dixie Chicks album was nominated for "Album of the Year" in the 2007 Grammys?
    Taking The Long Way
  • What decade is the hit single "Doo Wop (That Thing)" by Lauryn Hill from?
    Nineties
  • In which small town was John Mellencamp born?
    Seymour, IN
  • Finish The Lyric: "I think I'm gonna be sad"?
    I Think It’s Today, Yeah
  • In the Suicidal Tendencies song "Waking the Dead" what is the key to "their gate"?
    The Spade
  • In 1991, who won the MTV Best Dance Video Award for "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)"?
    C+C Music Factory
  • Who rapped about his past as a prison guard on the 2009 album track "Valley Of Death"?
    Rick Ross
  • Which hip-hop artist is featured on Busta Rhymes' 2009 release "Hustler's Anthem 09"?

    T-Pain

  • In 2018, Scotty McCreery released his first album in 5 years, what is it called?
    Seasons Change
  • What Guns N' Roses video did Arnold Schwarzenegger appear in?
    You Could Be Mine
  • Who releases the single "Space Cowboy" in 2018?

    Kacey Musgraves

  • What was the name of the debut album from the Pet Shop Boys?

    Please

  • In what country did the Arctic Monkeys end their 2013-14 AM tour?

    Brazil

  • Where is the band Sublime originally from?
    Long Beach, CA
  • What band got it's name from a book by author William Henry Davies?
    Supertramp
  • What is Meat Loaf's real name?
    Michael Lee Aday
  • Which band put out the CD, "Celebrity Skin"?

    Hole

  • How old was Janis Joplin when she died?

    27

  • The Way is a 2013 song released by which artist?
    Ariana Grande featuring Mac Miller
  • What did David Crosby mainly play in the group, The Byrds?
    Rhythm Guitar and Vocals
  • Name the pop artist who recorded the hit "On the Floor"?
    Jennifer Lopez Featuring Pitbull
  • In 1992, what was the #1 album in the U.K.?
    Lionel Richie – Back To Front
  • What was the successful band that Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb had?
    Bee Gees
  • What Jane's Addiction song has the lyric "My face had turned to super red"?
    Superhero
  • Who played drums in the group, Big Star?
    Jody Stephens
  • Which Glenn Frey song's lyrics say, "The sun goes down"?
    You Belong To The City
  • "World Domination" is an album released by which artist?
    Band-Maid
  • What is on the cover of Metallica's album, "Master of Puppets"?
    White Crosses
  • Who is the musical icon that release "In the Blue Light' in 2018?
    Paul Simon
  • Mike Patton, formerly of Faith No More, collaborated with which drummer on Fantomas projects?
    Dave Lombardo
  • What lead singer of U2 wrote the lyrics to their song "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For"?
    Bono
  • Who in 2013 had a hit titled "Don't You Worry Child"?
    Swedish House Mafia featuring John Martin
  • What is rapper Eminem's full name?
    Marshall Bruce Mathers III
  • What is the title of Lenny Kravitz's 2018 album?
    Raise Vibration
  • What serious illness did Blondie guitarist Chris Stein contract in the 1980's?
    Pemphigus Vulgaris
  • Which popular music performer or group recorded the song "Late Bar"?
    Duran Duran
  • At which U.S. President's inauguration did Fleetwood Mac reunite to perform "Don't Stop"?
    Bill Clinton
  • Who called Sammy Hagar to dismiss him from Van Halen?
    Eddie Van Halen
  • What is Green Day's Tre Cool's given name?
    Frank Edwin Wright III
  • What is the 2013 debut album by Florida-based Americana singer-songwriter Laney Jones?
    Golden Road
  • In 2000, who won the Song of the Year Grammy for "Smooth"?
    Santana Featuring Rob Thomas
  • What decade is the hit single "Carry On Wayward Son" by Kansas from?
    Seventies
  • How old was Cher when "I Got You Babe" reached #1 on The Billboard Top 100?

    19

  • What ground breaking band was The Grid's Dave Ball a member of?
    Soft Cell
  • Who had a hit with the tune "Right There"?
    Nicole Scherzinger
  • What band was formed by five Charterhouse School pupils?
    Genesis
  • Complete this U2 song title, "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me..."?

    Kill Me

  • Finish The Lyric: "I never wanna hear you say"?
    I Want It That Way
  • What London based jazz band is lead by vocalist Lauren Kinsella?

    Snowpoet

  • Vanilla Ice's 1991 hit "Ice Ice Baby" used a sample from which Queen song?
    Under Pressure
  • Who played the organ for the "White Album's" version of "Revolution"?
    Paul McCartney
  • What type of music did London's The Damned play?
    Punk
  • What condiment did Smashing Pumpkins name a song after in 1993?
    Mayonnaise
  • What was the name of the sophomore album from the British ska band The English Beat?
    Wha ‘Appen?
  • What was the Stray Cat's Slim Jim Phantom's birth name?
    James McDonnell
  • Which band scored a hit with the song "Running with the Devil"?

    Van Halen

  • Who won top Rap Male Artist at the Billboard Music Awards 2018?
    Kendrick Lamar
  • Le Youth's 2014 song "Dance with Me" samples which TLC hit single?
    No Scrubs
  • Which Doors song is about Jim Morrison's relationship with Pamela Courson?
    Queen Of The Highway
  • Who wrote the song "We Only Come Out at Night"?
    Smashing Pumpkins
  • The album "Wrong Side Of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell: Volume 2" was released by which band?
    Five Finger Death Punch
  • In R.E.M.'s "It's the End of the World As We Know It", who's baffled?
    Reporters
  • Who released the country song "I Lived It"?
    Blake Shelton
  • Who won the Album of the Year Grammy in 1997 for "Falling Into You"?
    Celine Dion
  • Who won the MTV Best Female Video Award in 2003 for "Crazy In Love"?

    Beyonce f/ Jay-Z

  • What are the names of Kurt Cobain's parents?
    Donald And Wendy Cobain
  • Which early 90's band sang the line "cause I'm free to do what I want any old time"?
    The Soupdragons
  • What decade is the hit single "Mysterious Ways" by U2 from?
    Nineties
  • Justin Timberlake started his career as a member of which band?
    *NSYNC
  • Who made the charts with the hit single "Like The Way I Do/If I Wanted To" in 1995?
    Melissa Etheridge
  • Where did George Harrison's Concert for Bangladesh take place?
    Madison Square Garden
  • "Spin the Black Circle" is on which Pearl Jam album?
    Vitalogy
  • Which Neil Young song became an anthem for the collapse of the Berlin Wall?
    Rockin’ In The Free World
  • Who wrote the song "Invitation to the Blues"?

    Tom Waits

  • In 1995, who won the Record of the Year Grammy for "All I Wanna Do"?
    Sheryl Crow
  • Who sang the songs "No Scrubs" and "Unpretty"?

    TLC

  • What rhyming title did Avril Lavigne choose for fourth studio album, released in 2011?
    Goodbye Lullaby
  • What year did Depeche Mode have the hit single "Enjoy The Silence" on Sire?

    1990

  • Who recorded the 2013 hit "Best Song Ever"?
    One Direction
  • Which artist/band put out the CD, "Lateralus"?

    Tool

  • What decade is the hit single "Good Thing" by Fine Young Cannibals from?

    Eighties

  • Which original AC/DC band member died in 1980?

    Bon Scott

  • Which R&B star won "Best International Male Solo Artist" at the 2009 Brit Awards?

    Kanye West

  • Which color of Christmas did Elvis Presley sing about?

    Blue

  • Which child of Beyonce and Jay-Z appears on the latter's 2012 single "Glory"?
    Blue Ivy
  • When did Faith No More first have a top 100 single on the year-end Billboard charts?

    1990

  • What is the name of Michael Azeraad's biography of Nirvana?
    Come As You Are
  • Which Foxes song is the third single from her debut studio album "Glorious"?

    Holding Onto Heaven

  • Finish The Lyric: "She blinded me with"?
    Science
  • Whose hit "Just Can't Get Enough", charted well in 2011?
    Black Eyed Peas
  • What band's original members had all been at one time members of the band Wilde Flowers?

    Caravan

  • With which Beatle did David Bowie co-write the song "Fame"?
    John Lennon
  • Which artist recorded the hit single "Pink Cadillac" in 1988?
    Natalie Cole
  • What DJ played before U2's "Zoo TV" shows?
    B.P. Fallon
  • Who released her debut album "In A Perfect World..." in March 2009?
    Keri Hilson
  • Finish The Lyric: "I'm showing you the door, 'cause I"?
    Gotta Have Faith
  • Which member of The Foo Fighters was in the band Nirvana?

    Dave Grohl

  • Who won Best Rock Song at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards?
    Foo Fighters
  • Muse recorded their 2015 album "Drones" partly in what country?

    Italy

  • What song released by Slipknot in 2014 quickly became a hit on the Billboard Rock chart?
    The Devil in I
  • What artist released the song "If I Die Young"?

    The Band Perry

  • Which Elton John tune did The Beach Boys record in 1991?

    Crocodile Rock

  • What Marilyn Manson song is about teenage rebellion?

    Disposable Teens

  • Who recorded the hit single "Mandy" in 1975?

    Barry Manilow

  • What was the name of Prince's hit 1984 movie?
    Purple Rain
  • What was the first album release for Kate Bush in the 80's?
    Never For Ever
  • In the Nirvana song "Lithium", why is Kurt happy?
    Because He Found His Friends
  • Joe Jackson did not reach acclaim as a musician until which 1982 album?
    Night And Day
  • What kind of car names a 2012 album by the Black Keys?

    El Camino

  • What band did Eddie Vedder play in before Pearl Jam?

    Bad Radio

  • What U2 lyric reads "....Have you come to raise the dead"?

    One

  • What actor starred in the video for Paul Simon's "You Can Call Me Al"?
    Chevy Chase
  • Finish The Lyric: "Every breath you take"?

    Every Move You Make

  • What Jay-Z song is this lyric from, "So when you get to Hell you tell 'em Blanco sent you"?

    Bam

  • Whose video was named Group Video of the Year at the 2018 CMT Music Awards?

    Little Big Town

  • One of Rick Springfield's biggest hits was "Don't Talk To..." what?

    Strangers

  • What decade is the hit single "Elevators (Me & You)" by Outkast from?

    Nineties

  • Which Madonna single was featured in Microsoft's 2001 Windows XP ad campaign?
    Ray Of Light
  • In Beyonce's "Irreplaceable", where is she putting all of her ex's stuff?

    To The Left

  • Which Pink Floyd album features a lone cow on the cover?

    Atom Heart Mother

  • Which number in the "Kidz Bop" series was released in January of 2011?

    21

  • What country is the singer The Weeknd originally from?

    Canada

  • What #1 Beyonce hit did Ne-Yo write?

    Irreplaceable

  • Finish The Lyric: "And with a love like that you know"?

    You Should Be Glad

  • Which song was released as the second single from Tiesto's fifth studio album "A Town Called Paradise"?

    Wasted

  • What is the subject of Neil Young's song, "The Needle and the Damage Done"?
    Heroin Addiction
  • Which American rock band released the album "Vices & Virtues" in 2011?
    Panic! At The Disco
  • Which unknown group performed the novelty song "I Want To Be A Cowboy"?

    Boys Don’t Cry

  • What does Piccolo mean in Italian?

    Little

  • What is the name of Silverchair's drummer?

    Ben Gilles

  • Which band served as the house band at Andy Warhol's New York City studio?

    The Velvet Underground

  • In 2009, Christina Milian announced a change of name for her fourth studio album to what?

    Elope

  • What is track 1 on Korn's album "Follow the Leader"?

    5 Seconds Of Silence

  • Weezer's 2014 album "Everything Will Be Alright in the End" was produced by what former Cars lead singer?

    Ric Ocasik

  • Who won Best Dance Recording at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards?
    LCD Soundsystem
  • Who released the country song "Female"?

    Keith Urban

  • What is the full name of the English band, Pop Will Eat ...?

    Itself

  • What online social network does Hinder credit for getting their music heard?

    MySpace

  • Before settling on Creedence Clearwater Revival, what was the band called?
    The Golliwogs
  • What country is the rock group Yes from?

    England

  • What year did The Smashing Pumpkins have the hit single "1979" on Virgin?

    1996

  • Who in 2013 had a hit titled "Stay"?

    Rihanna

  • Who put out the hit single "Can't Get Enough Of Your Love" in 1993?

    Taylor Dayne

  • What rock trio featuring Travis Barker on drums released their 6th album, "Neighborhoods", in 2011?

    Blink-182

  • "Unbroken" is an album released by which artist?

    Shannon Noll

  • What Foo Fighters cover song is on the "My Hero" single?
    Baker Street
  • Whose song contains the line "Jimmy Choos when you walking, baby"?
    Fetty Wap
  • Isolate and Medicate is the 6th studio album from which South African band?

    Seether

  • Who put out the hit single "I Don't Wanna Go On With You Like That" in 1988?

    Elton John

  • Feeling Myself is a Nicki Minaj song featuring what singer?

    Beyonce

  • Which member of KoRn released the solo hardcore rap album, "Rock and Roll Gangster"?

    Fieldy

  • Who did Dierks Bentley say inspired the song "Woman, Amen"?

    His Wife

  • What is U2's Bono's real name?

    Paul Hewson

  • How many Grammy nominations did Kid Cudi receive for his debut single "Day 'n' Nite"?

    2

  • Who released the 2018 album "Port Saint Joe"?

    Brothers Osborne

  • Who won the Song of the Year Grammy in 2002 for "Fallin'"?

    Alicia Keys

  • Which Nirvana song begins "I'm so happy, cause today I found my friends"?

    Lithium

  • What America song contains the lyric: "You take what you want and I'll take the sunshine"?

    Riverside

  • What was the name of the 1986 independent debut EP from Guns N' Roses?

    Live! Like A Suicide

  • What decade is the hit single "Dreamin'" by Vanessa Williams from?

    Eighties

  • Who won the Song of the Year Grammy in 2005 for "Daughters"?

    John Mayer

  • What "lies" in the first collaboration between Khalid and Fifth Harmony’s Normani Kordei?

    Love

  • Which song did Jon Bon Jovi win a Golden Globe Award for "Best Song From A Motion Picture"?

    Blaze Of Glory

  • What U2 song contains the lyrics, "a freeway like a river cuts through this land"?

    Heartland

  • What other front man did Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder sing with on the song "Hunger Strike"?

    Chris Cornell

  • What George Michael song's lyrics begin with, "That's all I wanted"?

    Father Figure

  • David Lee Murphy & Kenny Chesney hit No. 1 with what song?

    Everything’s Gonna Be Alright

  • What band released the songs "Black Friday" and "Deacon Blues"?

    Steely Dan

  • Which Beck song contains the lyric "I got two turntables and a microphone"?

    Where It’s At

  • Peter Hayes, Robert Levon Been and Leah Shapiro make up what band?

    Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

  • What other band did Sponge evolve from?

    Loudhouse

  • Finish The Lyric: "Gonna have to face it, you're"?
    Addicted To Love
  • What big northeast city does Jay-Z hail from?

    Brooklyn, New York

  • What song did Snow Patrol take to the Top 5 in the U.S. in 2006?

    Chasing Cars

  • Who released the country song "Up Down"?
    Morgan Wallen Featuring Florida Georgia Line
  • What decade is the hit single "Real Love" by Mary J. Blige from?

    Nineties

  • Where did Country Jam 2018 take place?

    Colorado

  • In 1994, who won the Album of the Year Grammy for "The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack"?

    Whitney Houston

  • What hit Dolly Parton/Kenny Rogers song was written by the Bee Gees?

    Islands In The Stream

  • Who hosted the 2018 60th Grammy awards?

    James Corden

  • When did Suzanne Vega first have a top 100 single on the year-end Billboard charts?

    1987

  • What was the name of Bob Marley's band?

    The Wailers

  • Which former Beatle received the 2012 MusiCares Person of the Year award?

    Paul McCartney

  • What instrument did Paul Simonon primarily play for The Clash?

    Bass

  • The musician Twiggy Ramirez is from which group?

    Marilyn Manson

  • The title of a 2011 deadmau5 album falsely claims that "4x4=" what number?

    12

  • Who performed "American Woman" at the 2018 CMT Music Awards?

    Kelly Clarkson

  • In 1994, who won the MTV Best Alternative Video Award for "Heart-Shaped Box"?

    Nirvana

  • Who won the MTV Best New Artist Award in 2000 for "I Try"?

    Macy Gray

  • Which Jane's Addiction band member played himself in the 2003 movie "Uptown Girls"?

    Dave Navarro

  • In 2001, who won the Song of the Year Grammy for "Beautiful Day"?

    U2

  • In 1990, who won the MTV Best Dance Video Award for "U Can't Touch This"?

    M.C. Hammer

  • Where was the alt country band Band of Horses (Horses) formed?

    Seattle

  • What day in 2015 did Scott Weiland die?

    December 3

  • What is the name of Whitney Houston's first album of the 21st Century?

    Just Whitney

  • What band started off as the Polka Tulk Blues Band?

    Black Sabbath

  • Who made the hit soundtrack for the film "Shine a Light"?

    The Rolling Stones

  • What was the name of Crowded House's debut album?

    Crowded House

  • Who had a hit with the tune "Don't Wanna Go Home"?

    Jason Derulo

  • How many of the 13 songs on the album "The Mountain" did Dierks Bentley write?

    10

  • What decade is the hit single "So Fresh, So Clean" by OutKast from?

    2000’s

  • Stone Gossard of Pearl Jam also plays guitar in a side project band; what is the name of this band?

    Brad

  • What song from Kanye West's 2016 album does Ty Dolla $ign sing on?

    Real Friends

  • Silverchair's song "Tomorrow" was featured on an episode of what animated TV show?
    Beavis & Butt-Head
  • Elton John performed with what hip-hop star at the 2001 Grammy Awards?

    Eminem

  • Keyshia Cole channeled "Jerry Maguire" with which 2009 single release?

    You Complete Me

  • What did Pete Townshend mainly play in the group, The Who?

    Guitar

  • Who co-wrote the song "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" with Neil Diamond?

    Alan And Marilyn Bergman

  • The 7th studio album from "Rise Against" is titled what?

    The Black Market

  • Elton John appeared as a character called "The Pinball Wizard" in what rock opera?

    Tommy

  • Which country music star admits that she is a "redneck woman"?

    Gretchen Wilson

  • Who released the huge hit album "Tapestry"?

    Carole King

  • In which band did Tom Verlaine play guitar and vocals?

    Television

  • Who won top Rap Artist at the Billboard Music Awards 2018?

    Kendrick Lamar

  • Kenny Loggins dueted with what legendary female rocker on "Whenever I Call You Friend"?

    Stevie Nicks

  • Who rapped "I been chewed up and spit out and booed off stage"?

    Eminem

  • On the "Johnny Cash: Forever Words" tribute album, who did "Gold All Over the Ground'?

    Brad Paisley

  • According to the Jim Croce song, what is Leroy Brown meaner than?

    A Junkyard Dog

  • What band's first gig was in support of the Sex Pistols in Sheffield?

    The Clash

  • Who recorded the hit single "Turn The Beat Around (from "The Specialist") in 1995?

    Gloria Estefan

  • What band led by a musician poet's first album was called "Horses"?

    Patti Smith Group

  • Who was U2's "Angel of Harlem" written in honor of?

    Billie Holiday

  • Which Cardi B track contains the lyrics, "I do the Maybach on Monday, Ferrari Friday"?

    Money Bag

  • Who won the Best Rap Song Grammy in 2007 for "Money Maker"?

    Ludacris

  • What was the title of the first album that PJ Harvey released?

    Dry

  • What is Patty Smyth's husband's name?
    John McEnroe
  • What is the name of the band Krist Novoselic formed after Nirvana?

    Sweet 75

  • Who performed Lionel Richie's hit "All Night Long (All Night)" at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards?

    Lionel Richie

  • Calvin Harris has how many UK number one singles prior to releasing the 2014 hit "Summer"?

    Five

  • Who recorded the 1993 hit song "Human Behavior"?

    Bjork

  • Who did Paul McCartney sing the duet "Say Say Say"?

    Michael Jackson

  • Elton John's 1976 hit single "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" was a duet with which female vocalist?

    Kiki Dee

  • What was the name of the first band Peter Cetera played in?

    The Exceptions

  • Who did the Pretender's Chrissie Hynde marry in 1984?

    Jim Kerr

  • Who won top R&B Female Artist at the Billboard Music Awards 2018?

    SZA

  • Silver Side Up was a CD released by which artist?

    Nickelback

  • What George Michael song's lyrics begin with, "These are the days of the open hand"?

    Praying For Time

  • Who released the country album "The Tree of Forgiveness"?
    John Prine
  • Whose 2018 LP is titled "Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt"?

    Moby

  • "To Sir With Love" was both a film and a hit song sung by whom?

    Lulu

  • Whose hit "Never Gonna Leave This Bed", charted well in 2011?

    Maroon 5

  • The song, "Legs" comes from which ZZ Top album?

    Eliminator

  • Mike Posner originally wrote his hit single "Cooler Than Me" while studying at which university?

    Duke

  • What Blur song was in the 1999 movie "Cruel Intentions"?
    Coffee & TV
  • What country did Corinne Bailey Rae grow up in?

    England

  • Where did Steve Miller's "Jet Airliner" touch down?
    New England Town
  • Which "Love Story" singer performed a cover of Vance Joy's "Riptide" for the BBC in 2014?

    Taylor Swift

  • Sanna Nielsen's song "Undo" finished in what place in the final of Eurovision Song Contest 2014?

    Third

  • Whose 2018 hit song has the lyric "You can't turn off the flood when the dam breaks"?
    Carrie Underwood
  • Who did The Cranberries' Dolores O'Riordan marry in 1994?

    Don Burton

  • What year was the Seattle band Soundgarden formed?

    1984

  • Where was Caravan founded?

    Kent

  • What record company did Justin Timberlake start in 2005?
    JayTee Records
  • Little Dark Age is an album released by which artist?
    MGMT
  • What year was the U2 album "War" released?

    1983

  • What instrument besides the bass does Flea play on the video Psychedelic Sexfunk "Live From Heaven"?
    Trumpet
  • Cardi B collaborated with Migos and Nicki Minaj on which 2017 hit single?
    MotorSport
  • What was Snow Patrol's original name when formed in 1994?

    Shrug

  • Who had a hit with the song "Insane in the Brain"?
    Cypress Hill
  • Who choreographed Rihanna's videos for "Pon De Replay" and "If It's Lovin"?
    Fatima Robinson
  • Which musical group did White Stripes' Jack White form with Brendan Benson in 2005?
    The Raconteurs
  • In what film did Beyonce voice Queen Tara, the Mother Nature-like queen of the forest?
    Epic
  • Which R.E.M. song begins with the line: "I can't say that I love Jesus, that would be a hollow claim."?
    New Test Leper
  • In 2012, Flo Rida appeared at what event to sing "Wild Ones" live?
    Wrestlemania
  • Which famous drummer was nicknamed "The Beast" while intoxicated?
    John Bonham
  • What is the name of the White Stripes' popular 2002 album?
    White Blood Cells
  • Which of these was a solo smash hit for Belinda Carlisle of the Go-Go's?
    Heaven Is A Place On Earth
  • In the Bon Jovi song "Livin' on a Prayer", where did Tommy formerly work?
    The Docks
  • In which band features Brian May on guitar?
    Queen
  • Who recorded the hit single "That's All" in 1984?
    Genesis
  • Who in 2013 had a hit titled "Same Love"?
    Maclemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Mary Lambert
  • Who wrote The Temptations' first #1 hit, "My Girl"?
    Smokey Robinson
  • Which singer wrote all of the songs on Modest Mouse's album "Strangers to Ourselves"?
    Isaac Brock
  • Who performed with Macklemore at the Billboard Music Awards 2018?
    Kesha
  • "Stay" is a 2013 song released by which artist?
    Rihanna featuring Mikky Ekko
  • Who recorded the hit single "Carnival" in 1995?
    Natalie Merchant
  • Who sang about "Clouds in my coffee" in the 1970's?
    Carly Simon
  • Which album by Lionel Richie had the smash singles "Hello" and "Running With The Night"?
    Can’t Slow Down
  • Nelly's 2015 single "The Fix", contains interpolations from which 1982 hit song by Marvin Gaye?
    Sexual Healing
  • Who released the 2018 album "Seasons Change"?
    Scotty McCreery
  • In the Nirvana song, "Where do some people say that the next Plateau is"?
    Mexico
  • On the "Johnny Cash: Forever Words" tribute album, who did "You Never Knew My Mind'?
    Chris Cornell
  • What does MIDI stand for?
    Musical Instrument Digital Interface
  • Who performed Lionel Richie's hit "Easy" at the 2016 Grammy Awards?
    John Legend
  • Whose 2018 LP is titled "Songs of Praise"?
    Shame
  • Whose video was named Duo Video of the Year at the 2018 CMT Music Awards?
    Dan + Shay
  • The movie "Reality Bites" features which touching U2 song?
    All I Want Is You
  • Who sang the lines, "Forgive me love, if I dance in your shower" on her 1994 album?
    Alanis Morissette
  • Name the pop artist who recorded the hit "Tonight, Tonight"?
    Hot Chelle Rae
  • What song did the band Orgy cover from New Order?
    Blue Monday
  • The original version of Elton John's "Candle in the Wind" was about which famous actress?
    Marilyn Monroe
  • What backing band played on "My Aim Is True"?
    Clover
  • What artist released the song, "Long Way To Go"?
    Gwen Stefani
  • Nick Cave was in which band before assembling The Bad Seeds?
    The Birthday Party
  • Which song by Calvin Harris was released as the lead single from his fourth studio album?
    Summer
  • In 1980 what elected office did Joe Walsh run for?
    President
  • What song by Bush has the line, "I don't believe Elvis is dead"?
    Everything Zen
  • 2011's "So Beautiful or So What" is the first album by which singer/songwriter since 2006's "Surprise"?
    Paul Simon
  • Who released the country song "Broken Halos"?
    Chris Stapleton
  • The Indie pop-rock band The Cardigans hails from what country?
    Sweden
  • What UK band became referred to as "The Only Band That Matters"?
    The Clash
  • The 2018 album "DAYTONA" was released by which artist?
    Pusha T
  • E=Mc2 is in the discography of which artist?
    Mariah Carey
  • Who released the country song "Five More Minutes?
    Scotty McCreery
  • In which band did Butch Trucks play drums?
    The Allman Brothers Band
  • What group sings the lyrics "You and I are gonna live forever"?
    Oasis
  • Which band known for the song "Radioactive" released the hit "Warriors" in 2014?
    Imagine Dragons
  • Whose multi million selling LP is titled "Pyromania"?
    Def Leppard
  • Who performed "Live Forever" at the 2018 Brit Awards?
    Liam Gallagher
  • Which German band had a hit single with '99 Luftballons (99 Red Balloons)"?
    Nena
  • Which artist/band put out the CD, "By The Way"?
    Red Hot Chili Peppers
  • What decade is the hit single "Me And Bobby McGee" by Janis Joplin from?
    Seventies
  • In Green Day's "Basket Case", what is analyzed?
    My Dreams
  • What band is sometimes referred to as "The Bad Boys from Boston"?
    Aerosmith
  • Who created the alien rock superstar Ziggy Stardust?
    David Bowie
  • "Caribbean Queen" and "Loverboy" were big 80's hits by which artist?
    Billy Ocean
  • Who made the charts with the hit single "Don't Cry" in 1996?

    Seal

  • Who recorded the hit single "Angel" in 1993?
    Jon Secada
  • On the "Johnny Cash: Forever Words" tribute album, who did "Spirit Rider"?
    Jamey Johnson
  • Whose video won Video of the Year at the 2018 CMT Music Awards?
    Blake Shelton
  • "No Sleep" is the lead single from which legendary R&B artist's 2015 album "Unbreakable"?
    Janet Jackson
  • Who won top Rap Female Artist at the Billboard Music Awards 2018?
    Cardi B
  • What decade is the hit single "On And On" by Gladys Knight & the Pips from?

    Seventies

  • Who won the Record of the Year Grammy in 2006 for "Boulevard of Broken Dreams"?
    Green Day
  • What was the name of the Fender guitar that was built for Kurt Cobain?
    Jag-Stang
  • Hands are bruised from breaking rocks all day is from what Alice in Chains song?
    No Excuses
  • Which U.S. state is the home of The Smithereens?
    New Jersey
  • Sheryl Crow's first big break came as a backup singer for which artist?
    Michael Jackson
  • What decade is the hit single "Miss You Like Crazy" by Natalie Cole from?
    Eighties
  • Which Animals song was used on the soundtrack to the film "Easy Rider"?
    San Franciscan Nights
  • Nirvana's ex-drummer sings lead for which group?
    Foo Fighters
  • Which band was in the 70s film version of "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"?
    Earth, Wind & Fire
  • Which title is a single by Rebel Sound member Shy FX?
    Original Nuttah
  • Catharsis is the ninth album by what heavy metal band?
    Machine Head
  • Whose "Miss Independent" won the 2009 Best R&B Male Vocal Grammy award?

    Ne-Yo

  • Who had a hit with the song "Wake Me Up"?
    Avicii
  • Who had the hit single "Escape (The Pina Colada Song)" in 1980?
    Rupert Holmes
  • In 2008, who won the Best Rock Album Grammy for "Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace"?
    Foo Fighters
  • In 2008, who won the MTV Best Direction Award for "Honey"?
    Erykah Badu
  • Whose hit song is "The Lazy Song"?

    Bruno Mars

  • Who did Barbra Streisand sing with on the mega-hit single, "Tell Him"?
    Celine Dion
  • What is the name of Dave Davies' first solo album?

    AFLI-3603

  • Which Katy Perry / Kanye West collaboration stayed at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for 5 weeks in 2011?

    E.T.

  • On the Sublime song "DJ's", what comes his way?
    Competition
  • What magazine was Linda Ronstadt on the cover of in 1975?
    Rolling Stone
  • Who teams up with Kanye West to provide guest vocals on Keri Hilson's 2009 single "Knock You Down"?

    Ne-Yo

  • Which song on the Foo Fighters' "Sonic Highways" album features an elaborate string arrangement?
    I Am a River
  • Who did Elton John sing about ...And The Jets?

    Bennie

  • In what year was Justin Timberlake born?

    1981

  • Which 2015 hit by The Weeknd begins, "And I know she'll be the death of me, at least we'll both be numb"?
    Can’t Feel My Face
  • Which Maroon 5 song was featured in the 2005 film "The Wedding Date"?

    Secret

  • In 2002, who won the Record of the Year Grammy for "Walk On"?

    U2

  • Who released the country song "You Make It Easy"?
    Jason Aldean
  • Who sang "Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman" from the 1995 film "Don Juan DeMarco"?
    Bryan Adams
  • Who wrote four consecutive #1 hit songs in 1978?
    Barry Gibb
  • Prince performed the soundtrack to which superhero movie?
    Batman
  • What song starts "Do you have the time to listen to me whine"?
    Basketcase
  • What year did The Four Tops sign with Motown?

    1963

  • What band were the members of "New Order" first in?
    Joy Division
  • What band is known by the two front men wearing long beards?
    ZZ Top
  • What was the original name for the Stone Temple Pilots?
    Mighty Joe Young
  • Who won the Best Rap Solo Performance Grammy in 1994 for "Let Me Ride"?
    Dr. Dre
  • What band mate called Sid Vicious a waste of space?
    Johnny Rotten
  • What is the title of Kasabian's fifth studio album which contains the track "eez-eh"?

    48:13:00

  • In 1992, who won the MTV Best New Artist Award for "Smells Like Teen Spirit"?
    Nirvana
  • What year did Red Hot Chili Peppers have the hit single "Otherside' on Warner Bros?

    2000

  • Which hip hop artist had a 2015 hit single titled "Comfortable"?
    K Camp
  • Which single by Rihanna stayed at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for the last 8 weeks of 2011?
    We Found Love
  • What was the closing song the Red Hot Chili Peppers played at Woodstock '99?

    Fire

  • Where was Genesis founded?
    Surrey
  • Which member of the Red Hot Chili Peppers played completely naked at the 1999 Woodstock concert?

    Flea

  • Where was the band Can founded?
    Cologne
  • Finish the Mac Miller lyric, "They gave me the key to the ____"?

    Sky

  • Which Stabbing Westward song has the lyric "Everything about me is a lie"?
    Haunting Me
  • Who had a hit with the song "Magna Carta ... Holy Grail"?
    Lynch
  • Finish The Lyric: "Swim through your veins like"?
    A Fish In The Sea
  • Who won the Album of the Year Grammy in 1996 for "Jagged Little Pill"?
    Alanis Morissette
  • Rihanna is featured on the 2008 single of "If I Never See Your Face Again" by whom?
    Maroon 5
  • Who had a hit with the song "We Can't Stop"?
    Miley Cyrus
  • What goes by slowly in "Unchained Melody" by The Righteous Brothers?

    Time

  • What decade is the hit single "On Broadway" by George Benson from?
    Seventies
  • What does the Pearl Jam song "MFC" stand for?
    Mini Fast Car
  • Who recorded the hit single "Tell Me" in 1996?
    Groove Theory
  • What Queen song did the Foo Fighters perform with Brian May and Roger Taylor at a 2006 Hyde Park show?
    We Will Rock You
  • Who won British Album of the Year at the 2018 Brit Awards?
    Stormzy
  • Who released the country album "Home State"?
    Jordan Davis
  • Whose 2018 LP is titled "I Like Fun"?
    They Might Be Giants
  • Who won the MTV Best Dance Video Award in 1992 for "Cream"?
    Prince & The New Power Generation
  • Who recorded the 2013 hit "Let Me Love You (Until You Learn To Love Yourself)"?
    Ne-Yo
  • Finish The Lyric: "Walk with me, Arlene, and tell me"?
    Who Do You Love?
  • Which Wilson Phillips member had gastric bypass surgery?
    Carnie Wilson
  • Which album from New Order marked their return after an eight year break?
    Get Ready
  • Which Midnight Oil song featured Rob Hirst's famous drum solo?
    Power And The Passion
  • In Madness' "Our House", what does the brother have?
    A Date
  • A box of what shape features in the title of a Nirvana song?
    Heart
  • In Ringo Starr's song "Photograph", what does her face remind him of?
    The Places We Used To Go
  • On the "Johnny Cash: Forever Words" tribute album, who did "Body on Body"?
    Jewel
  • What band was Ron "Pigpen" McKernan a member of?

    Grateful Dead

  • Which singer-songwriter recorded the 2014 UK Singles chart-topper "The Man"?
    Aloe Blacc
  • Who won Best New Artist at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards?
    Alessia Cara
  • Finish the lyric to the Jay-Z song "The Story of O.J.", "Wish I could take it back to the____"?
    beginnin’
  • Who won top R&B Male Artist at the Billboard Music Awards 2018?
    Bruno Mars
  • Who won the MTV Best Alternative Video Award in 1995 for "Buddy Holly"?
    Weezer
  • Who put out the hit single "How Am I Supposed To Live Without You" in 1990?
    Michael Bolton
  • Who released the country single "Lose it" in June 2018 on Sony Records?
    Kane Brown
  • Who wrote The Monkees' #1 hit "I'm a Believer"?

    Neil Diamond

  • Who won the Song of the Year Grammy in 2006 for "Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own"?

    U2

  • Who put out the hit single "Didn't We Almost Have It All" in 1987?
    Whitney Houston
  • The Fall Out Boy song "The Kid's Aren't Alright" implores the listener to "maul the world like" what animal?

    Bear

  • Finish The Lyric: "Speaking words of wisdom"?
    Let It Be
  • Who won the MTV Best Dance Video Award in 1997 for "Wannabe"?
    Spice Girls
  • Who performed "Higher Ground" with Usher and Shakira at the "We Are One" concert in 2009?
    Stevie Wonder
  • In Joe Jackson's 1979 song "Is She Really Going Out With Him?", who is "she"?
    Jeanie
  • Who played drums in the group, Led Zeppelin?
    John Bonham
  • Finish The Lyric: "Ain't got nothin' but love, babe"?
    Eight Days A Week
  • Who is the band Santana named after?
    Carlos Santana
  • Finish The Lyric: "I walk this empty street on the"?
    Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
  • Who released the country song The Long Way"?
    Brett Eldredge
  • What country do the Cranberries call home?
    Ireland
  • Where was Jon Secada born?

    Cuba

  • Who released the 2018 album "Last Man Standing"?
    Willie Nelson
  • Who had a hit with the song "Cups (Pitch Perfect's When I'm Gone)"?
    Anna Kendrick
  • Who released the country album "Hallelujah Nights"?
    Lanco
  • Who is the guitarist for No Doubt?
    Tom Dumont
  • Who recorded the hit single "Fortress Around Your Heart" in 1985?
    Sting
  • Who won Record of the Year at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards?
    Bruno Mars
  • Who recorded the hit single "Two Steps Behind" (from "Last Action Hero") in 1993?
    Def Leppard
  • Who replaced Syd Barrett as lead guitarist in Pink Floyd?
    David Gilmour
  • What band has a member originally from the band The Easybeats?
    AC/DC
  • Who was the main songwriter for the Kinks?
    Ray Davies
  • Who rejoined AC/DC in 1994?
    Phil Rudd
  • What decade is the hit single "Scar Tissue" by Red Hot Chili Peppers from?
    Nineties
  • Who headed the Double Trouble band?
    Stevie Ray Vaughn
  • Who had the hit single "Love's Been A Little Bit Hard On Me" in 1982?
    Juice Newton
  • In 1997, who won the Best Rock Album Grammy for "Sheryl Crow"?
    Sheryl Crow
  • July 2007's Live Earth Concert was held to raise awareness of what?
    Environmental Issues
  • 2003's "Miss Independent" was a Top 10 hit for which "American Idol" winner?
    Kelly Clarkson
  • When did the album "Dark Side of the Moon" come out?
    1973
  • British ska/New Wave band English Beat, formerly The Beat, split up after which 1982 LP?
    Special Beat Service
  • Who performed "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" at the 2018 CMT Music Awards?
    The Backstreet Boys
  • The Band featured Levon Helm on what instrument?
    Drums
  • Which 2011 album by Coldplay became their 5th to debut at #1 on the US Billboard 200?
    Mylo Xyloto
  • Finish the Jay-Z lyric for the song 4:44, "Your eyes leave with the soul that your body once____"?
    Housed
  • What decade is the hit single "Feels Like The First Time" by Foreigner from?
    Seventies
  • Finish the Drake lyric, "That's the only time I shoot below the ____"?

    Neck

  • What rapper is featured on Carrie Underwood's "The Champion"?
    Ludacris
  • What year did Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Mya & Pink have a top 100 single on the year-end Billboard charts?

    2001

  • What instrument did jazz great Thelonious Monk play?
    Piano
  • Which Toadies song was part of "The Cable Guy" soundtrack released in 1996?
    Unattractive
  • Who recorded the hit single "Sussudio" in 1985?
    Phil Collins
  • Who sang the hit song "Touch Me In The Morning"?
    Diana Ross
  • Who won British Male Solo Artist at the 2018 Brit Awards?
    Stormzy
  • Who had a hit with the song "Come & Get It"?
    Selena Gomez
  • What group did Patty Smythe front in the 1980's?
    Scandal
  • What was Linda Ronstadt's first #1 single?
    You’re No Good
  • Which Counting Crows' album featured the hit single "Mr. Jones"?

    August And Everything After

  • In which band features Angus Young on guitar?

    AC/DC

  • In J. Geils Band's "Centerfold", what follows "my blood runs cold"?
    My Memory Has Just Been Sold
  • What is Snoop Dogg's real name?
    Calvin Cordozar Broadus
  • In 2002, Josh Groban performed a duet with what famous female singer?
    Barbra Streisand
  • What brand of cymbals did Ringo Star use?
    Zildjan
  • Bigger is the sixth studio album by American country music artists?
    Sugarland
  • Whose 2018 LP is titled "Nudes"?

    Lucius

  • When did Nirvana first have a top 100 single on the year-end Billboard charts?

    1992

  • I want to shoot the whole day down, is a line from what 80's song?
    I Don’t Like Mondays
  • When did The Cure first have a top 100 single on the year-end Billboard charts?
    1989
  • In Gwen Stefani's "Sweet Escape", what comes after "If I could escape"?
    Recreate A Place
  • What female artist had a hit single with her cover of "I Need A Lover"?
    Pat Benetar
  • Which band had the only eponymous album nominated for a 2015 Best Alternative Album Grammy?
    St. Vincent
  • Which album by Jack White was nominated for a Best Alternative Music Album for 2015?
    Lazaretto
  • The band Twenty One Pilots was formed in what year?

    2009

  • Where was Aerosmith's first public performance at?
    A High School
  • Who won the MTV Best New Artist Award in 1999 for "My Name Is"?
    Eminem
  • Finish The Lyric: "Everyone you meet they're jamming"?
    In The Street
  • Which duo released the smash hit "Party Rock Anthem" in 2011?
    LMFAO
  • Which ex-Foo Fighters member returned for the "In Your Honor" tour?
    Pat Smear
  • Cardi B collaborated with G-Eazy and which other rapper on the 2017 hit single, "No Limit"?
    A$AP Rocky
  • Which television station began as an adult contemporary version of MTV?

    VH1

  • Which band member from "Avenged Sevenfold" passed away in 2009 at the age of 28?
    Jimmy “The Rev” Sullivan
  • On the "Johnny Cash: Forever Words" tribute album, who did "The Captain's Daughter"?
    Alison Krauss
  • What decade is the hit single "Fingertips II" by Little Stevie Wonder from?
    Sixties
  • What band talks about "the girl with the kaleidoscope eyes"?
    The Beatles
  • The album "Songs In A Minor" was record by which artist?
    Alicia Keys
  • Fetty Wap usually wears the flag of which nation, in honor of his daughter's grandmother?
    Haiti
  • What song did Ice Cube record with KoRn?
    Children Of The KoRn
  • When did Sinead O'Connor first have a top 100 single on the year-end Billboard charts?

    1990

  • What Alicia Keys album featured the song "You Don't Know My Name"?
    The Diary Of Alicia Keys
  • Finish the title of this Walk the Moon hit, "Shut up and ___"?

    Dance

  • Who did Alice In Chains fill in for as an opening act for KISS in 1996?
    Stone Temple Pilots
  • Who penned the classic songs "Bad Moon Rising", "Who'll Stop The Rain", and "Lodi"?
    John Fogerty
  • Whose 2018 LP is titled "Here Come the Runts"?
    Awolnation
  • What band's original name was Hocus Pocus?
    UFO
  • What decade is the hit single "I Got Id/Long Road" by Pearl Jam from?
    Nineties
  • Who was the first member of the original Dixie Chicks band to leave the group?
    Robin Lynn Macy
  • Who wrote the blues classic "Stormy Monday"?
    T-Bone Walker
  • What song starts with the line "I wanna bump into you spill some coffee on your shirt"?
    I Need a Love Story
  • The song "Half Light" by drum and bass producer Wilkinson features vocals from which singer?
    Tom Cane
  • What band used "The Firebird" by Stravinsky at the start of their concerts?

    Yes

  • How old was John Lennon at the time of his death?

    40

  • What band did Gavin Rossdale form after Bush split up in 2001?
    Institute
  • In November 1995 which Smashing Pumpkins CD debuted at #4 in the US?
    Mellon Collie/The Infinite Sadness
  • Who is featured on the Dierks Bentley's song "Burning Man"?
    Brothers Osborne
  • Which album was released in 2014 by "Black Label Society"?
    Catacombs Of The Black Vatican
  • Imagine Dragons envisioned their "Smoke + Mirrors" album to be what holiday-themed idea?
    New Year’s Resolution

     

  • What soda is mentioned in the Suicidal Tendencies song "Institutionalized"?

    Pepsi

  • Where does the band Creed hail from?
    Florida
  • Which singer provides guest vocals on Flo Rida's 2009 single "Sugar"?
    Wynter Gordon
  • What was Nirvana's first album?
    Bleach
  • Hip hop and R&B artist Austin Post is better known by which stage name?
    Post Malone
  • Which artist recorded the hit single "My Prerogative" in 1989?
    Bobby Brown
  • Which 2015 Macklemore single is described as a hip hop recreation of Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk"?
    Downtown
  • What was Counting Crows' breakout single?
    Mr. Jones
  • The bridge of Jordin' Sparks' "Battlefield" instructs the listener to get what?
    Their Armor
  • Hip hop and R&B artist Willie Maxwell II is better known by what stage name?
    Fetty Wap
  • What artist released the song "Good Life"?
    OneRepublic
  • What band's original name was Roundabout?
    Deep Purple
  • Who won the MTV Best New Artist Award in 1991 for "Right Here, Right Now"?
    Jesus Jones
  • What band's members used the name of the band as their last names?
    Ramones
  • Which band did a cover of Phil Collins' "In the Air Tonight" on one of their albums?
    Nonpoint
  • Whose 2018 LP is titled "This Is Glue"?
    Salad Boys
  • Which British songstress of "Back to Black" died at the age of 27 in 2011?
    Amy Winehouse
  • What was the name of Bob Marley's band?
    The Wailers
  • Abel "The Weeknd" Tesfaye's parents emigrated to Canada from which African country in the 1980's?
    Ethiopia
  • Where was the band King Crimson founded?

    London

  • Lupe Fiasco is from what city?
    Chicago
  • The cast of the TV show "Glee" cracked the Billboard Top 10 in 2009 with a cover of which song?
    Don’t Stop Believin’
  • Which Cardi B single was nominated for Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance at the 2018 Grammys?
    Bodak Yellow
  • The song "Don't Speak" was about Gwen Stefani's relationship with whom?
    Tony Kanal
  • Who recorded the hit single "Because You Loved Me" (from "Up Close & Personal")?
    Celine Dion
  • Who released the country album "Unapologetically"?
    Dierks Bentley
  • What was Tommy Lee's first solo project after leaving Motley Crue?
    Methods Of Mayhem
  • The song "Beating Heart" by Ellie Goulding was recorded for the soundtrack to which 2014 film?

    Divergent

  • In 2012, Kelly Clarkson's "Stronger" was featured in an ad for which model of car?
    Toyota Camry
  • Whose 2018 tour is called eXPERIENCE + iNNONCENCE?

    U2

  • Which Offspring album contains the song "LAPD"?
    Ignition
  • The first night of the 2015 Almost Acoustic Christmas took place on what date?
    December 12
  • Singer Lauryn Hill was once part of which group?
    The Fugees
  • Which "hot" group won a VMA for their video "Dani California"?

    Red Hot Chili Peppers

  • Who won the MTV Best Female Video Award in 2004 for "Naughty Girl"?
    Beyonce
  • What is the name of the 2006 orchestral album by Jack White of the White Stripes?

    Aluminum

  • Whose song "No Role Modelz" was released in September 2014?

    J. Cole

  • What was Ed Sloan of Crossfade studying at the University of South Carolina?
    Computer Science
  • Which Beatle made Elton John the godfather of his son?
    John Lennon
  • What decade is the hit single "Sultans Of Swing" by Dire Straits from?
    Seventies
  • Cracker's David Lowery fronted which 1980's alternative band?
    Camper Van Beethoven
  • Which Cardi B song has the lyrics, "Told the waitress I ain't tippin', I like hot sauce on my chicken"?
    Bartier Cardi
  • Who recorded "Luka"?
    Suzanne Vega
  • The song "Here for You" by English production duo Gorgon City features vocals from which singer?
    Laura Welsh
  • Which artist had a hit with the song "You Were Meant For Me"?
    Jewel
  • Which band recorded the song "If I Could Change Your Mind" which peaked at 27 on the UK Singles Chart?
    HAIM
  • "Come on over, and do the twist", is in what Nirvana song?
    Aneurysm
  • What was the name of the bar in the Rupert Holmes' song "The Pina Colada Song"?
    O’Malley’s
  • Which Beck single begins with the sound of a needle touching vinyl?
    Where It’s At
  • Who recorded the hit single "Hold On" in 1995?
    Jamie Walters
  • Which band's lead singer is credited with popularizing stage diving?
    The Stooges
  • Which track from Cardi B's album "Invasion of Privacy" features SZA?

    I Do

  • Rihanna was ranked #15 in what publication's "Hot 100 Women of 2008" list?
    Maxim
  • Where was the band Yes founded?
    London
  • In 2002, who won the MTV Best Female Video Award for "Get The Party Started"?

    Pink

  • Who is a vocalist for Cheap Trick?
    Robin Zander
  • On which Iggy Pop song did Kate Pierson collaborate?
    Candy
  • Who won the MTV Best Alternative Video Award in 1997 for "What I Got"?
    Sublime
  • Future is an album released by which artist?

    Don Diablo

  • What band was Jack Irons in before Pearl Jam?
    Red Hot Chili Peppers
  • What band is the musical vehicle of Conor Oberst?
    Bright Eyes
  • Who recorded the hit single "Crash And Burn" in 2000?
    Savage Garden
  • Rebel Sound member MC Rage wrote which #1 hit single for Digital Boy?
    The Mountain Of King
  • Who sang the song "The Way That You Talk"?
    Jagged Edge
  • What music label is Morgan Wallen on?
    Big Loud Mountain
  • What is Joan Jett's real name?

    Joan Larkin

  • What song by Carly Pearce was named Breakthrough Video of the Year at the 2018 CMT Music Awards?
    Every Little Thing
  • Which artist/band put out the CD, "Amnesiac"?

    Radiohead

  • Which band's lead singer is credited with popularizing stage diving?

    The Stooges

  • What artist/band put out the CD "Jagged Little Thrill"?
    Jagged Edge
  • What artist released the song "Walk"?

    Foo Fighters

  • Which track of Sublime's "Robbin' The Hood" album featured vocals by Gwen Stefani?
    Saw Red
  • The music video for Flo Rida's "Wild Ones" features the rapper partying in which foreign city?
    Dubai
  • What indie band with a repetitive name released the album "Life Fantastic" in 2011?
    Man Man
  • What make of car do The B-52's hop into in "Love Shack"?

    Chrysler

  • What was Radiohead's first hit?
    Creep
  • Who won the Best R&B Album Grammy at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards in 2016?

    D’Angelo and The Vanguard

  • In 1990, who won the Album of the Year Grammy for "Nick of Time"?
    Bonnie Raitt
  • How does the end of the world start according to R.E.M.?

    With An Earthquake

  • Whose 2018 LP is titled "Blood"?

    Rhye

  • Which Midnight Oil album included their first major U.S. hit "Beds are Burning"?

    Diesel And Dust

  • In which band does Lenny Kaye play guitar?

    Patti Smith Group

  • Who sang lead vocals for Men At Work?

    Colin Hay

  • What rock icon released the album "The Pale Emperor" in 2015?

    Marilyn Manson

  • Eddie Vedder sang with which famous band at their Hall of Fame induction?
    The Doors
  • Don't is the 2015 breakout hit single by which R&B artist?
    Bryson Tiller
  • Finish the Saba lyric, "At your head, you about to get your wig ____"?
    Snatched
  • In the song "Fast Car" you've got a fast car, but what does Tracy Chapman have?
    A Plan To Get Us Out Of Here
  • Whose 2018 LP is titled "Man of the Woods"?

    Justin Timberlake

  • Who recorded the hit single "If You Go" in 1994?
    Jon Secada
  • "Always Ascending" is an album released by which artist?
    Franz Ferdinand
  • Which member of Nirvana was injured during the 1992 "MTV Video Music Awards"?
    Krist Novoselic
  • Who released the hit "Boulevard Of Broken Dreams" in 2004?
    Green Day
  • Which Diddy protege collaborated with him on 2009's "Must Be Love"?

    Cassie

  • Which Depeche Mode single was their first major U.S. chart hit?

    Just Can’t Get Enough

  • Who released the 2016 country song "Heaven"?
    Kane Brown
  • What rock artist did KoRn's Jonathan Davis punch on stage for making fun of KoRn?
    Marilyn Manson
  • Which "royal" musical group claims that they "will rock you"?
    Queen
  • The video for Calvin Harris' "Summer" features a cameo appearance by which actor?
    Jason Statham
  • What did Green Day win a Grammy for in 2005?

    Best Rock Album

  • "I got me a car, it's as big as a whale" is from what song by The B-52's?

    Love Shack

  • Where was Yes founded?

    London

  • Who had a hit with the song "Die Young"?
    Ke$ha
  • Who plays additional percussion on Sepultura's album "Roots"?
    David Silvera
  • Who recorded the hit single "Hold On" in 1995?

    Jamie Walters

  • The singer of the hit "Take me To Church" calls his lover "the giggle at" where?

    The Funeral

  • From what decade is Destiny's Child hit single "Jumpin', Jumpin'"?

    2000’s

  • Rolling Stone Magazine’s number 1 hit of the 2000s was ‘Crazy’, by who?

    Gnarls Barkley

  • Justin Timberlake wrote what 2002 hit after breaking up with Britney Spears?

    Cry me a River

  • After a decade of successful 90s hits, Mary J Blige started her reign in the 00s with which 2001 album?

    No More Drama

  • Which artist got his name from his producer claiming that he “sees music like it’s the Matrix”?

    Ne-Yo

  • The 2001 debut album of Alicia Keys was called Songs In…what?

    A Minor

  • Katy Perry’s first big hit ‘I Kissed a Girl’ came out in what year?

    2008

  • Vanessa Carlton became a one-hit wonder for which 2001 song?

    A Thousand Miles

  • Which duo released the 2003 album Speakerboxxxx/The Love Below?

    OutKast

  • Which album from Snow Patrol won an Ivor Novello award in 2007?

    Final Straw

  • Florian Cloud de Bounevialle O’Malley Armstrong is the real name of which 00s icon?

    Dido

  • Who released their first debut album Love. Angel. Music. Baby in 2004?

    Gwen Stefani

  • British garage legends So Solid Crew had how many members when they released their first album in 2001?

    19

  • Maroon 5 released their solo album in 2002 titled Songs About…who?

    Jane

  • After being named Puffy, Puff Daddy, P Diddy, Diddy and P Diddy (again), the artist who cannot be named settled on which name in 2008?

    Sean John

  • Which band refused a 2001 Mercury Prize nomination, saying the award is “like carrying a dead albatross around your neck for eternity”?

    Gorillaz

  • Which artist won The X Factor in 2006 and remains the best-selling act from the show?

    Leona Lewis

  • 3 of the top 15 best-selling albums of the 00s belong to which 4-piece band?

    Coldplay

  • James Blunt owns the best-selling album of the 00s. What is it called?

    Back to Bedlam

  • Paramount Pictures bought the rights to which 2003 Avril Lavigne song in order to make a movie, one which never materialised?

    Sk8r Boi

  • Eminem released his eponymous album (named after himself) in 2000, what was it called?

    The Marshall Mathers LP

  • In what year did Fergie, of Black Eyed Peas fame, make her first solo album The Dutchess?

    2006

  • Which artist released 3 prison-themed albums called Trouble, Konvicted and Freedom throughout the 00s?

    Akon

  • After a decade of writing Spanish songs, which artist reached international fame from 2001 onwards with English ones?

    Shakira

  • ‘Man Eater’ and ‘Promiscuous’ were 2006 hits for which artist?

    Nelly Furtado

  • We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things. was which artist’s highest selling album because of the 2008 song ‘I’m Yours’?

    Jason Mraz

  • Often known as ‘That Thing’, what was the actual title of Lauryn Hill’s 1998 hit?

    Doo–Wop

  • The 1997 race to Christmas number 1 was between the Spice Girls and who?

    The Teletubbies

  • What was, by a considerable margin, the best-selling single of the 90s?

    Candle in the Wind (Elton John)

  • What was the name of the genre invented by indie bands in Britain in the mid 90s?

    Britpop

  • It took Mariah Carey 15 minutes to write which holiday hit in 1994?

    All I Want for Christmas is You

  • Zac Hanson, the youngest brother of Hanson, was how old when the trio’s classic Mmmbop was released in 1997?

    11

  • Which is the only country to have won 3 Eurovision Song Contests in a row (1992, 1993 and 1994)?

    Ireland

  • Robbie Williams began a famous solo career after leaving which band in 1995?

    Take That

  • Sean John Clothing was the fashion venture of which 90s icon, launched in 1998?

    Diddy/Puff Daddy

  • What was the name of Lighthouse Family’s 6 times platinum album released in 1995?

    Ocean Drive

  • Who won a grammy for best reggae album in 1995 with Boombastic?

    Shaggy

  • The 1992 comedy hit Wayne’s World was a revival for which 1975 song?

    Bohemian Rhapsody

  • Jamiroquai’s 1998 hit ‘Deeper Underground’ featured in which poorly-rated Hollywood movie?

    Godzilla

  • Who was the only member of the Spice Girls with a name that was actually a spice?

    Ginger Spice/Geri Halliwell

  • Starting in 1997, who had an unprecedented 71-week run on the Billboard R&B chart with ‘U Make me Wanna’?

    Usher

  • Which 90s boy band’s name was the amalgamation of the last letters of each of the 5 members’ surnames?

    NSYNC

  • Everyone knows ‘Kiss from a Rose’, but what was Seal’s second biggest hit of the 90s?

    Killer

  • Jennifer Lopez, Ricky Martin and others contributed to which musical movement in the late 90s?

    The Latin Explosion

  • The father of which member of Destiny’s Child was the group’s manager?

    Beyoncé

  • Which 90s girl group is the second best-selling in history after the Spice Girls?

    TLC

  • Who disrupted Michael Jackson’s performance of Earth Song at the 1996 Brit Awards by mooning on stage?

    Jarvis Cocker

  • Which tool-themed MC won best rap video and best dance video at the 1990 MTV Video Music Awards?

    MC Hammer

  • R Kelly “don’t see nothing wrong with a little…” what?

    Bump ‘n’ Grind

  • How old was Britney Spears when her hit song ‘Baby One More Time’ came out in 1998?

    17

  • Alison Moyet and Depeche Mode’s Vince Clark were in what electropop band together in 1981?

    Yazoo

  • What are the first names of the Kemp brothers from the 80s new wave band Spandau Ballet?

    Gary and Martin

  • From 1982 to 1984, Robert Smith was the guitarist of two bands: The Cure and who else?

    Siouxsie and the Banshees

  • Which fruit-themed band scored a Billboard no.1 in 1986 with ‘Venus’?

    Bananarama

  • What number do you get if you subtract the amount of Nena’s luftballons from the name of Prince’s 5th studio album?

    1900

  • Welcome to the Pleasuredome was the debut studio album of which band?

    Frankie goes to Hollywood

  • The most awarded female act of all time goes to… which 80s sensation?

    Whitney Houston

  • Starting in 1981, Duran Duran have released how many albums to date?

    14

  • Who broke out of a duo to go solo in 1987 and found immediate success with his song ‘Faith’?

    George Michael

  • Which of U2’s members started the band in Dublin when he was just 14?

    Larry Mullen Jr.

  • Which female singer won a grammy for best new artist in 1985?

    Cyndi Lauper

  • In what year of the 80s did Madness split, eventually reforming as The Madness?

    1988

  • Which The Cure album features the song ‘Fascination Street’?

    Disintegration

  • Human League had a Christmas number one in 1981 with what song?

    Don’t You Love Me

  • Annie Lennox is the most famous of the Eurythmics duo. Who was the other member?

    Dave Stewart

  • Michael Jackson debuted his trademark moonwalk during which song in 1983?

    Billie Jean

  • In what 80s year did Queen inform everyone that another one had bitten the dust?

    1980

  • Which country do iconic pop trio A-ha come from?

    Norway

  • Huey, from Huey Lewis and the News, played which instrument?

    Harmonica

  • ‘Walk like an Egyptian’ was a hit song for which group in 1986?

    The Bangles

  • David Bowie appeared in what cult film in 1986?

    Labyrinth

  • Who claimed that ‘I’m Still Standing’ in 1983?

    Elton John

  • Depeche mode had their first major U.S hit in 1981 with which song?

    Just Can’t Get Enough

  • Who encouraged the world to ‘Get Down on It’ in 1981?

    Kool and the Gang

  • Which 80s star is recognised by Guinness World Records as the best-selling female recording artist of all time?

    Madonna

  • This musician is often referred to as the fifth Beatle.

    Pete Best

  • In 1996, composer George Theophilus Walker became the first African-American to win a Pulitzer Prize in Music for which of his major compositions?

    “Lilacs for Voice and Orchestra”

  • According to a 1990s study, listening to the music of which composer made students temporarily smarter?

    Mozart

  • Which famous music group were formerly known as the New Yardbirds?

    Led Zeppelin

  • Which English musician won the 2018 British Composer Award for Inspiration?

    Sally Beamish

  • A "foo fighter", upon which the famous 1990's band is named, is a term derived from which line of professionals?

    Aircraft Pilots

  • Which composer took home the 2019 Grammy Award for Best Opera Recording?

    Mason Bates

  • Which Pope granted a juvenile Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart the prestigious Order of the Golden Spur in 1770?

    Clement XIV

  • Who was the original drummer for Nirvana?

    Chad Channing

  • "Hiawatha's Wedding Feast" was the career-defining work in the life of which Black classical composer?

    Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

  • Which well-known Hollywood actor claims he turned down an opportunity to be a member of the Backstreet Boys?

    Ryan Gosling

  • Which classical musician did King Augustus III of Poland appoint as court composer in 1736?

    Johann Sebastian Bach

  • Martha Aregerich won the International Chopin Piano Competition in 1965 at the tender age of 24. What country does Martha hail from?

    Argentina

  • The theme song to the 1990's Fox Network television sitcom Get a Life was performed by which band?

    R.E.M.

  • Which popular musician's brother served as chief musical director at the Staatstheater Braunschweig in Germany?

    Billy Joel

  • In 2009, which artist set the record for the longest leap to number-one in Billboard Hot 100 history?

    Kelly Clarkson

  • "Standing Stone" (1997) is an album featuring original classical music by which modern artist?

    Paul McCartney

  • In 1981, which British city granted a street name respectively to each of the four classic Beatles?

    Liverpool

  • Who won American Idol season one?

    Kelly Clarkson

  • Renowned musicologist Gustav Nottebohm was a specialist in the study of which 18th century composer?

    Beethoven

  • Which band recorded an album in the same California house where an infamous mass murder occurred?

    Nine Inch Nails

  • Which band released the song, "Hey There Delilah"?

    Plain White T’s

  • Which band saw its original members reunited for the first time in 24 years during the 2005 Live 8 concert in London?

    Pink Floyd

  • Beethoven's Sonata No. 14 (the "Moonlight Sonata") is dedicated to which of his love interests?

    Giulietta Guicciardi

  • What was the number one US ringtone of 2005?

    Candyshop

  • Xzibit's had what show on MTV?

    “Pimp My Ride”

  • In 2015, a song by which artist became the only song to have sold over a million downloads in just a single week?

    Adele

  • International music sensation ABBA originate from which European country?

    Sweden

  • William Byrd (1539-1623) is considered to have been the student of which equally-notable English musician?

    Thomas Tallis

  • "Bach in the Subways" is an international movement founded in 2011 in New York City where musicians perform the works of Bach during his birthday. In what month are these events held?

    March

  • "Opera buffa" is a genre of opera characterized by what?

    Comedy

  • The musical group 3T are all relatives of which legendary pop musician?

    Michael Jackson

  • What musician won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2016?

    Bob Dylan

  • What was Jimi Hendrix's real name?

    James Marshall Hendrix

  • Austrian/American composer Arnold Schoenberg suffered from an usual phobia. What was it exactly he was afraid of?

    Fear of the Number 13

  • Who was the first Western music artist(s) to be allowed to perform a concert in China?

    Wham!

  • The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is situated in which US State?

    Ohio

  • What female vocalist sang the song "1- 2 - Step"?

    Ciara

  • Which of Beethoven's works did Austrian renowned composer Franz Peter Schubert (1797-1828) request to hear on his deathbed?

    String Quartet No. 14

  • Who is the most successful UK solo artist in the US?

    Elton John

  • "Messiah", the classical work from which the famous 'Hallelujah' chorus is derived, was written by which composer?

    George Frideric Handel

  • Which reality TV star was a cowriter of TLC's 1999 hit "No Scrubs"?

    Kandi Burruss

  • Which famous American musician was fatally shot by his father on April 1, 1984?

    Marvin Gaye

  • "The Five" were a group of prominent 19th century composers hailing from which part of the world?

    Russia

  • A member of which heavy metal band wrote a popular book about his conversion to Christianity in 2007?

    Korn

  • In what century did Belgian inventor Adolphe Sax invent the saxophone?

    19th Century

  • The "glass armonica" is an instrument that was created by which famous inventor?

    Benjamin Franklin

  • Rapper Vanilla Ice had a hit song titled "Ice Ice Baby", from which other song did "Ice Ice Baby" sample from?

    “Under Pressure” by Queen and David Bowie

  • Who was the lead singer of the band "Queen"?

    Freddie Mercury

  • Which of the following 20th century classical pianists spent most of his notable career with only one arm?

    Paul Wittgenstein

  • Which music icon began his career as a member of a group called The Wailers?

    Bob Marley

  • American actor F. Murray Abraham starred in a film about which classical musician?

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

  • How old was Canadian-born Avril Lavigne when she signed her first recording contract?

    16

  • What was Smokey Robinson's most famous band called?

    The Miracles

  • The Redlands drug bust was a famous 1960's incident involving which band?

    The Rolling Stones

  • From 1966 to 1978, classical music was banned in which country?

    China

  • Which hardcore-rock bad boy is known for taking ballet lessons?

    Mick Jagger

  • In 2008, which artist broke the record for the youngest ever to win a Grammy for Album of the Year?

    Taylor Swift

  • In 2011, which music superstar launched her own social media website?

    Lady Gaga

  • Actor Keanu Reeves was a founding member of the band Dogstar. What position did he play in the band?

    Bassist

  • French composer Camille Saint-Saëns (1835-1921) prevented which even more-prominent classical musician from becoming a member of the Institut de France?

    Claude Debussy

  • Which iconic songstress actually grew up on a Christmas tree farm?

    Taylor Swift

  • Which of the following pieces of work is considered to be the first opera ever written?

    “Dafne”

  • The earliest known records of musical notation come from which ancient civilization?

    Mesopotamia

  • In 2012, Psy got the record for most YouTube views ever, passing what artist who previously held the record?

    Justin Bieber

  • True fans of Mozart (and sweets) can enjoy a confectionary named after him called a Mozartkugeln. The city these chocolates were first produced in also happens to be Mozart's hometown. What city is this?

    Salzburg

  • Which 19th century classical composer suffered from mental issues so severe that it is said he held his head with his chin while conducting in fear that it might fall off?

    Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

  • How old was Johann Sebastian Bach when he became an orphan?

    10

  • The first commercial music compact disc to be sold in the United States was an album by which artist?

    Bruce Springsteen

  • Which singer began her rise to fame as the winner of the inaugural season of reality-based talent show "American Idol"?

    Kelly Clarkson

  • What was the highest selling album of the 1980's?

    Thriller – Michael Jackson

  • Which music superstar was offered a professional ice-hockey contract back in 2012?

    Justin Bieber

  • John Cage's "As Slow as Possible" (1987), a musical piece that began in 2001, is scheduled to end after how many years?

    639

  • Which artist(s) won the Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 1990?

    Milli Vanilli

  • Legendary rock band AC/DC actually originate from which country?

    Australia

  • Which inventor developed the solid-body electric guitar that made rock 'n roll possible?

    Les Paul

  • At what unusual institutions did Johnny Cash record a number of live albums?

    Prisons

  • Who is the first artist known for utilizing the infamous Auto-Tune vocal distortion technique?

    Cher

  • Which of the following songstresses was a member of The Mickey Mouse Club early in her career?

    Britney Spears

  • Which popular singer is affectionately referred to as "the Boss"?

    Bruce Springsteen

  • The Baroque period of classical music came after the Renaissance. Which period then immediately succeeded the Baroque?

    Classical

  • Singspiel is a type of classical music drama that originated in which country?

    Germany

  • In the original Jackson family line up, how many brothers were there?

    Five

  • Which rock legend's real name is William Bailey?

    Axl Rose

  • What famous female singer died of alcohol poisoning in 2011 at the age of 27?

    Amy Winehouse

  • What is the stage name of David Evans, who has been a prominent rock star throughout the last quarter of the 20th century and beyond?

    The Edge

  • As of 2020, the current era of classical music that we live in is known as what?

    Postmodern Era

  • Which singer ripped up a photograph of the Pope on international television?

    Sinead O’Connor

  • How many years old was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart when he wrote his first symphony?

    8

  • "Ivan Susanin" was the Soviet era name for which of Mikhail Glinka's numerous works?

    “A Life for the Tsar”

  • "Don John of Austria" was the first opera written, composed and produced in which country?

    Australia

  • An album or single is certified diamond by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) if it has sold at least how many copies?

    10 Million

  • "Hallelujah" is a song written by which Canadian recording artist?

    Leonard Cohen

  • Which famous classical composer is said to have uttered the word "Mozart" with his dying breath?

    Gustav Mahler

  • In early 2019, Ariana Grande held the top three spots on the Billboard Hot 100. Who is the only other artist(s) to have achieved this feat prior to her?

    The Beatles

  • The Tbilisi Rock Festival was a famous musical event held In which country?

    Soviet Union

  • Musician Peter Tork died on 21 February 2019. Which band was he a part of?

    The Monkees

  • Brothers Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb formed which successful pop group in the late 1950's?

    The Bee Gees

  • Traditionally, the black keys on a piano were made out of which wood?

    Ebony

  • What was the first music video played on MTV?

    Video Killed the Radio Star

  • Which member of an acting family dated Taylor Swift, and is rumored to be the ex in her song, "We Are Never Getting Back Together"?

    Jake Gyllenhaal

  • The most-iconic moment in the illustrious career of Jimi Hendrix was his playing "the Star Spangled Banner" at the Woodstock music festival. In which year did this occur?

    1969

  • Which of George Frideric Handel's coronation anthems has been sung at the coronation of every British monarch since 1727?

    “Zadok the Priest”

  • Which classic 1980's band are responsible for the hit "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)"?

    The Eurythmics

  • Which great 20th composer claimed to only eat "white" foods?

    Erik Satie

  • Lady Gaga derived her stage name from a song performed by which legendary band?

    Queen

  • Mi Reflejo was a Spanish-speaking album released by which famous musician?

    Christina Aguilera

  • "Walk This Way" was sung by who?

    Aerosmith

  • Which member of Maroon 5 founded his own record label in his hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana?

    PJ Morton

  • From 1893 to 1896 Austrian composer Gustav Mahler retreated to a hut on the shore of which lake in his home country?

    Lake Attersee

  • On 24 December 1781, which musical composer engaged in a musical contest against no other than Mozart himself?

    Muzio Clementi

  • Who was the first African-American composer to have one of his works played by a major orchestra?

    William Grant Still

  • Xiang Yu is the central character in which famous Peking opera?

    “The Hegemon-King Bids His Concubine Farewell”

  • In 2019, which pop singer claims that US President Donald Trump called her after she performed at the 2013 MTV VMAs?

    Miley Cyrus

  • Which electronic musical instrument emits the eeriest of sounds and is the only instrument played without touching it?

    Theremin

  • The Liberace Museum Collection, dedicated to the eccentric pianist Wladziu Valentino Liberace (1919-1987), can be found in which American state?

    Nevada

  • R. Kelly's unforgettable "I Believe I Can Fly" was originally featured on the soundtrack of which movie?

    Space Jam

  • Which artist began her professional music career by being featured on Ja Rule's 2000 album Rule 3:36?

    Christina Milian

  • Michael Jackson's 1982 album "Thriller" featured a duet with which other legendary artist?

    Paul McCartney

  • Which Italian Baroque composer claimed to have gotten inspiration for a sonata from the devil himself?

    Giuseppe Tartini

  • Ozzy Osbourne is the former lead vocalist of which classic heavy metal band?

    Black Sabbath

  • What American singer-songwriter wrote and first recorded the song "Blue Suede Shoes" in 1955?

    Carl Perkins

  • Which of the following rock legends died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound?

    Kurt Cobain

  • The 2013 film "The Devil's Violinist" is based on the life of which 19th century classical musician?

    Niccolò Paganini

  • "All Shook Up" is a song that topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in 1957. Who was the singer?

    Elvis Presley

  • Tamla Records is the former name of which well-established record label?

    Motown Records

  • Which famous actor is the primary author behind the 2011 classical music album "And the Waltz Goes On"?

    Anthony Hopkins

  • The 19th century fan craze "Lisztomania" got so out of control that Franz Liszt started distributing the hairs of which animal in place of his own?

    Dog

  • 18th century surgeon John Taylor is accredited with hindering the careers of both J. S. Bach and George Handel through sham surgeries. What area of the body did he claim to specialize in?

    Eyes

  • The parents of Don Shirley - the classical musician that the highly-acclaimed 2018 movie "Green Book" is based on - were actually immigrants to the United States. What country did they emigrate from?

    Jamaica

  • In what year did US President Barack Obama host violinist Joshua Bell, cellist Alisa Weilerstein and other notable classical musicians in the White House to celebrate 'Classical Music Day'?

    2009

  • A string quartet consists of two violins, one viola and one of which other instrument?

    Cello

  • In 2018, Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke were ordered to pay approximately $5 million to the estate of which late musician?

    Marvin Gaye

  • Miley Cyrus' dad is a superstar in his own right, specializing in which type of music?

    Country

  • Beethoven's "Symphony No. 3" was originally dedicated to which historical figure?

    Napoleon Bonaparte

  • The original Russian Musical Society was launched in what year?

    1859

  • "The Three Bs" (Bach, Beethoven and Brahms) are iconic classical musicians who all hail from the same country. Which country is that?

    Germany

  • How many keys are on most baby grand pianos?

    88

  • The Grateful Dead's highly-devoted fanbase are known as what?

    Deadheads

  • Urban Renewal was a 2001 tribute album dedicated to which iconic artist?

    Phil Collins

  • Which heavy metalist is reputed to have bitten the head off of a dove?

    Ozzy Osbourne

  • Gustav Mahler's iconic work "Kindertotenlieder" (1904) are based on poems by a father who lost two of his children to which fate?

    Scarlet Fever

  • The late Michael Jackson is widely known as the "King of Pop". But who is considered the "Queen of Pop"?

    Madonna

  • Which character sings "Luck Be a Lady" in Guys and Dolls?

    Sky Masterson

  • Which song did Michael Jackson want to sing as a duet with Prince?

    Bad

  • Whose music catalog did Michael Jackson purchase the rights to in 1985?

    The Beatles

  • Which Madonna song mentions 16 Hollywood icons?

    Vogue

  • Which TV show inspired Billie Eilish's first song?

    The Walking Dead

  • Which rock opera did the Who compose?

    Tommy

  • Which member of Pink Floyd was forced out of the band due to mental illness?

    Syd Barrett

  • Which Beatles song did Mick Jagger sing backup on?

    “Baby You’re a Rich Man”

  • What is the name of Eminem's alter ego?

    Slim Shady

  • What former "American Idol" runner-up has been touring with Queen since 2001?

    Adam Lambert

  • What kind of album did Snoop Dogg release in 2018?

    gospel album

  • Which rapper is known for her alter egos, which include "Cookie", "Harajuku Barbie", and "Roman Zolanski"?

    Nicki Minaj

  • The Dixie Chicks ignited a firestorm of controversy by criticizing which U.S. president?

    George W. Bush

  • Which country artist recorded two of his best-selling albums in prison?

    Johnny Cash

  • Who holds the record for the shortest song ever recorded?

    Napalm Death

  • What member of the Red Hot Chili Peppers grew up with Cher as his babysitter?

    Anthony Kiedis

  • Who played drums on the Beatles "Love Me Do"?

    Andy White

  • Which of the following was NOT a founding member of the UK Music Hall of Fame?

    David Bowie

  • What band was originally named Tony Flow and the Miraculously Majestic Masters of Mayhem?

    Red Hot Chili Peppers

  • What band did Prince form in 1981?

    The Time

  • What is the most instruments (different kinds) used in a single piece of music?

    315

  • Which Johnny Cash song did an advertising company want to use for a hemorrhoids ad?

    Ring of Fire

  • What musician holds the record for most Top 10 hits on the UK Singles Chart?

    Elvis Presley

  • The largest game of musical chairs included how many participants?

    8,238

  • What band was originally recruited with an ad that read: "Macho types wanted: must have moustache"?

    Village People

  • What is the longest running stage musical?

    The Fantasticks

  • What other names has Pink Floyd performed under?

    Tea Set, Leonard’s Lodgers, Screaming Abdabs

  • What 1985 charity single sold more than 20 million copies?

    We Are the World

  • How many different instruments did Prince play on his debut album?

    27

  • Who was the oldest living artist to top the UK Singles Chart?

    Tom Jones

  • What is the most number of valves you will usually see on a tuba?

    6

  • Which of the following is a type of bagpipe music?

    Pibroch

  • What instrument is David Oistrakh mostly associated with?

    violin

  • How many notes are included in a chromatic scale?

    12

  • What was Bob Marley's song "I Shot the Sheriff" really about?

    birth control

  • Which musical term means to play a piece of music lively and fast?

    Allegro

  • What kind of guitar is carved into Jimi Hendrix's tombstone?

    Fender Stratocaster

  • What is the recommended drying or "seasoning" time for wood used to make a violin?

    10 years

  • What was the name of the airplane Buddy Holly died in?

    American Pie

  • How many pieces of wood are there in a modern violin?

    70

  • Who is the only member of ZZ Top who doesn't have a beard?

    Frank Beard

  • What was Rossini reportedly doing when he wrote the aria 'Di Tanti Palpiti'?

    waiting for some risotto in a Venice restaurant

  • What famous composer has two skulls in his tomb?

    Joseph Haydn

  • What are piano keys made out of?

    plastic

  • What was the band known as Linkin Park originally called?

    Xero

  • Which of Sheryl Crow's hit singles was adapted from the poem "Fun" by Wyn Cooper?

    All I Wanna Do

  • Who was rocketed to super-stardom in 1998 by the hit single "Baby One More Time"?

    Britney Spears

  • What singer is known as the "Empress of the Blues"?

    Bessie Smith

  • U2's "Angel of Harlem" was written about what singer?

    Billie Holiday

  • Who did the vocals for Pink Floyd's "Great Gig in the Sky"?

    Clare Torry

  • Richard Wagner was primarily known for his _____.

    Operas

  • Which character in Hamilton sings "The Room Where It Happens"?

    Aaron Burr

  • What band did Jimi Hendrix tour with in 1967?

    The Monkees

  • What was the first rock-n-roll song to hit #1 on the charts?

    “Rock Around the Clock”

  • What did Freddie Mercury attribute his enhanced vocal range to?

    Extra Teeth

  • Which rapper is famous for wearing parachute pants?

    MC Hammer

  • Which jazz musician was known for playing a bent trumpet?

    Dizzy Gillespie

  • What singer holds the world record for most words in a hit single?

    Eminem

  • What is the oldest surviving musical instrument?

    Flute

  • How much pressure do the strings in a grand piano exert on the frame?

    30 tons

  • What Depeche Mode song was inspired by Priscilla Presley's book Elvis and Me?

    “Personal Jesus”

  • What pop singer is known as "The Material Girl"?

    Madonna

  • Who was awarded the very first gold record?

    Perry Como

  • What was Drive Me Crazy’s original title?

    Next to You

  • What 1990s teen movie was re-titled after a Britney Spears song?

    Drive Me Crazy

  • What’s the name of the group responsible for “Macarena?”

    Los Del Rio

  • What artists recorded two of their bestselling albums while they were behind bars?

    Johnny Cash

  • What do Drake, Taylor Swift and The Beatles have in common?

    They all replaced themselves at No. 1 on the Hot 100

  • Which Backstreet Boys are first cousins?

    Kevin Richardson and Brian Littrell

  • Who was Elton John‘s longtime lyricist?

    Bernie Taupin

  • The iconic CBGB stood for what?

    “Country, Blue Grass and Blues”

  • Cher‘s first single referenced which rock star?

    Ringo Starr

  • Which rapper inspired an entire accredited course at Syracuse University called “Hip-Hop Eshu: Queen B***h 101?”

    Lil’ Kim

  • Which member of The Runaways competed on Jeopardy!?

    Jackie Fox

  • Lizzo plays what instrument?

    Flute

  • Sean “Diddy” Combs sent Da Band to walk 10 miles to get what iconic dessert?

    Junior’s Cheesecake

  • Which Britney Spears songs have hit No. 1?

    “…Baby One More Time” and “Womanizer”

  • Weird Al Yankovic mistakenly thought which artist gave his blessing for a parody?

    Coolio

  • Stephen Sondheim says his only autobiographical song is which?

    “Opening Doors” from Merrily We Roll Along

  • Paul McCartney is a fan of what song referencing his work?

    “Black Beatles”

  • “Islands in the Stream” was originally written for what artist?

    Marvin Gaye

  • Which Marvel movie’s soundtrack won two Grammys?

    Black Panther

  • The “J” in Mary J. Blige stands for what?

    Jane

  • John Mayer wrote a song about which law of physics?

    “Gravity”

  • Members of Wilson Phillips are the daughters of which music legends?

    Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys and John and Michelle Phillips of The Mamas & The Papas

  • Jay-Z says he got his MBA from where?

    The Marcy Projects

  • What smells are described in “Don’t Stop Believin’?”

    Wine and cheap perfume

  • What Rolling Stones song title is also a restaurant chain?

    “Ruby Tuesday”

  • Milli Vanilli were performing which of their hit songs when they were exposed for lip-syncing live?

    “Girl You Know It’s True”

  • What legendary pop group got their name from “Brothers Gibb”?

    The Bee Gees

  • The Wu-Tang Clan recommends protecting which body part?

    Your neck

  • What rockstar’s memoir is titled The Heroin Diaries?

    Nikki Sixx

  • Who produced Michael Jackson‘s Bad?

    Quincy Jones

  • Taylor Swift named her debut country single after which singer?
  • Billie Eilish is obsessed with which classic TV show?
  • Which member of Kiss wore makeup to look like a cat?

    Peter Criss

  • U2 wrote the song “Stuck in a Moment” about what late frontman?

    Michael Hutchence of INXS

  • What was the first music video to ever air on MTV?

    “Video Killed the Radio Star” by The Buggles

  • Who are all of the original members of N.W.A.?

     Ice CubeDr. DreDJ YellaMC Ren and Eazy-E

  • What rock singer testified before Congress about the Parents Music Resource Center?

    Dee Snider of Twisted Sister

  • What is Post Malone‘s favorite restaurant?

    Olive Garden

  • Adele credits what political figure for making her career?

    Sarah Palin

  • Who, to date, has won the most Grammys of all time?

    Sir Georg Solti

  • Jared Leto is the frontman of what band?

    30 Seconds to Mars

  • What one hit wonder act is behind “Barbie Girl?”

    Aqua

  • What languages does Shakira speak?

    English, Spanish, Arabic, French, Italian and Portuguese

  • What singer founded the MuttNation dog rescue organization?

    Miranda Lambert

  • Who sang the Spongebob Squarepants theme song for the movie?

    Avril Lavigne

  • Though made most famous by Ike and Tina Turner, “Proud Mary” was first recorded by whom?

    Creedence Clearwater Revival

  • Which guitar icon’s mom was a designer for the likes of John Lennon, Ringo Starr, David Bowie, Linda Ronstadt and The Pointer Sisters?

    Slash

  • What was the first rap single to hit the Billboard Top 40?

    “Rapper’s Delight” by Sugarhill Gang

  • George Harrison wrote what song for Eric Clapton about his sweet tooth?

    “Savoy Truffle”

  • What iconic Nashville club does Garth Brooks call “the beginning and the mecca, the end”?

    Bluebird Cafe

  • Cardi B starred on what reality show?

     Love & Hip Hop

  • “William Bowery” is a pseudonym for whom?
  • As a child, what singer held the longest note ever on Star Search?

    Usher

  • What does Lady Gaga affectionately call her fans?

    Little Monsters

  • How many coaches (full and part-time) from The Voice have won Grammys?

    12

  • Which Super Bowl Halftime Show performer was upstaged by a dancing shark?

    Katy Perry

  • The Weeknd samples which ’80s megahit in “Blinding Lights?”

    “Take On Me” by A-ha

  • Who was the first lead guitarist of Metallica?

    Dave Mustaine

  • Frank Sinatra changed the lyrics of “The Lady is a Tramp” to “The Lady is a” what?

    “Champ”

  • Which Alanis Morissette song contains the phrase “jagged little pill” (the title of her debut album)?

    “You Learn”

  • Which astronomer is namedropped in “Bohemian Rhapsody?”

    Galileo

  • What singer was born Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou?

    George Michael

  • Who was the first woman to have four country albums reach No. 1 on the Billboard 200?

    Carrie Underwood

  • Missy Elliott references what infamous celebrity couple in “Let Me Fix My Weave?”
  • Where was Tupac Shakur born?

    East Harlem, New York

  • What video beat “Thriller” for Video of the Year at the first-ever MTV Video Music Awards?

    The Cars, “You Might Think”

  • What book do The Police reference in “Don’t Stand So Close to Me?”

    Lolita

  • David Crosby says who is the best singer of all time?

    Bonnie Raitt

  • What did Stevie Ray Vaughan name of his most beloved guitar?

    Jimbo

  • Prince introduced his iconic symbol on the cover of which single?

    “1999”

  • Which rockstars were known as “The Terror Twins?”

    Steve Clark and Phil Collen of Def Leppard

  • Which classical composer was deaf?

    Ludwig van Beethoven

  • What singer is known as “The Vocal Bible?”
  • “The Day the Music Died” refers to the tragic deaths of which artists?

    Buddy HollyRitchie Valens and The Big Bopper

  • What other legendary vocalist is a cousin of Whitney Houston?

    Dionne Warwick

  • Van Halen famously banned what color M&Ms in their rider?

    Brown

  • What was Elvis Presley‘s first No. 1 hit in the United States?

    “Heartbreak Hotel”

  • Art Garfunkel initially declined to sing one of Simon & Garfunkel’s biggest hits solo. Which song is it?

    “Bridge Over Troubled Water”

  • Who is the only country artist to have a Top 20 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for six straight decades?

    Dolly Parton

  • Believe it or not, Jimi Hendrix only had one Top 40 hit. Which song was it?

    “All Along the Watchtower”

  • Which member of *NSYNC was a replacement for another who quit before they got big?

    Lance Bass

  • Paul McCartney and John Lennon wrote which Rolling Stones song?

    “I Wanna Be Your Man”

  • Who was the first woman ever inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?

     Aretha Franklin

  • Which artists made up the supergroup The Traveling Wilburys?

    George Harrison, Roy Orbison, Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty and Bob Dylan

  • Paul McCartney credits which artist with teaching him everything he knows?

    Little Richard

  • Who was Marvin Gaye‘s duet partner?

    Tammi Terrell

  • Eminem‘s 8 Mile is named after a road in which city?

    Detroit

  • What film did The Clash’s Joe Strummer direct starring some of his bandmates?

    Cops and Robbers

  • What rock star moonlights as a horror movie writer and director?

    Rob Zombie

  • What was Madonna‘s first top 10 hit?

    “Holiday”

  • Who founded Motown Records?

    Berry Gordy

  • In The Big Lebowski, The Dude can’t stand which band?

    The Eagles

  • Keith Moon and John Entwistle of The Who are said to have inspired the name of which other classic rock band?

    Led Zeppelin

  • What rock icon was the founder of The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Long-haired Men?

    David Bowie

  • Which artist’s entire 1985 Live Aid set consisted of just a single cover song?

    Elvis Costello

  • Before Miley Cyrus recorded “Wrecking Ball,” it was offered to which singer?

    Beyonce

  • Before Bleachers and fun., Jack Antonoff fronted what band?

    Steel Train

  • Which pop star wrote songs for Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, Britney Spears and Alice Cooper?

    Kesha

  • Which member of the Avengers had a brief stint as a pop star?

    Brie Larson

  • Who was the very first American Idol winner?

    Kelly Clarkson

  • What was Freddie Mercury‘s real name?

    Farrokh Bulsara

  • What singer has had a Billboard No. 1 hit in each of the last four decades?
  • Who sings the song ‘Desert Rose’ together with Sting?

    Cheb Mami

  • What was Salt-n-Pepa’s 1986 debut album named?

     Hot, Cool & Vicious’

  • What instrument does Jamie Foxx play?

    Piano

  • Which girl group had hits with “Girl Talk” and “Hands Up”?

    TLC

  • Which German band had a hit single with “99 Luftballons”?

    Nena

  • What group has hits with “Just A Girl” and “Underneath It All”?

    No Doubt

  • Who released the country song “All On Me”?

    Devin Dawson

  • Where are the members of Boyz II Men from?

    Philadelphia, PA

  • What group has hits such as “Arms Wide Open” and “One Last Breath”?

    Creed

  • What hit by Rihanna featured a music video where Rihanna dresses up as a French maid?

    “Umbrella”

  • What song by Fergie featured her on a private plane?

    “Glamorous”

  • Where was Bruce Springsteen founded?

    New Jersey

  • What instrument does Lizzo play?

    The flute

  • What song is the lyric”Well this calls for a toast, so pour the champagne, pour the champagne” from?

    I Write Sins Not Tragedies

  • Who recorded the single “Only U?”

    Ashanti

  • What singer wrote and performed the song “Mean”?

    Taylor Swift

  • Who is the lead singer of the group Evanescence?

    Amy Lee

  • What is the first name of the singer with the huge hit “Fallin”?

    Alicia Keys

  • Who has two hits with “Thousand Miles” and “Ordinary Day”?

    Vanessa Carlton

  • Where was the band Genesis founded?

    Surrey

  • Room For Squares was a CD released by which artist?

    John Mayer

  • Who released the 2018 country song “Singles You Up”?

    Jordan Davis

  • Who was the lead singer for the Scorpions?

    Klaus Meine

  • Who was in the song “4 Minutes to Save The World” with Madonna?

    Justin Timberlake and Timbaland

  • What band has Patrick Stump as lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist?

    Fall Out Boy

  • The song “Take Me To Church,” a lyric in the song says that his lover would “giggle at” where?

    A Funeral

  • Who is the artist for the album Lemonade?

    Beyonce

  • Who had a hit with the song “The A-Team”?

    Ed Sheeran

  • Who sings the song “Bills, Bills, Bills”?

    Destiny’s Child

  • What is Eminem’s album released in 2000 named?

    The Marshall Mathers LP

  • Which band sings the song ‘Barbie Girl’?

    Aqua

  • What hit by Nelly Furtado was number one on over 20 different music charts?

    “Say It Right”

  • Which artist recorded the song “The Remedy?”

    Jason Mraz

  • What decade is the hit single “November Rain” by Guns N’ Roses from?

    Nineties

  • “Today is gonna be the day that I’m gonna throw it back to you” is a line from which Oasis song?

    Wonderwall

  • Who did Whitney Houston marry from 1992-2007?

    Bobby Brown

  • Who performed “Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset” at the 2018 CMT Music Awards?

    Luke Bryan

  • The 2017 album “DAMN.” was released by which artist?

    Kendrick Lamar

  • The Four Seasons hit the charts with “December 1963,” what was the rest of its title?

    “Oh, What a Night”

  • What was the Backstreet Boys’ first single in 1995?

    “We’ve Got It Goin’ On.”

  • Whose first album was titled ‘Wide Open Spaces’?

    The Dixie Chicks

  • Which musical group performs on Jimmy Fallon’s talk show?

    The Roots

  • Which upbeat song featured these lyrics: “All right stop, collaborate and listen”?

    Ice Ice Baby

  • Who sang the hit “Do Ya Think I’m Sexy” in 1978?

    Rod Stewart

  • Who is the musical icon that released “In the Blue Light’ in 2018?

    Paul Simon

  • Who sings the song with the lyrics ‘Push me up against the wall, young Kentucky girl in a push-up bra’?

    Red Hot Chili Peppers

  • Who had a hit with “You Can’t Touch This”?

    MC Hammer

  • Who sang the song”Shoe Box” in 1995?

    Barenaked Ladies

  • In 1999, who had a number one hit on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Genie In A Bottle”?

    Christina Aguilera

  • Who were the three original members of the Backstreet Boys?

    AJ McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter

  • Which female artist released the song “Hero” in 1993?

    Mariah Carey

  • Who spent four weeks at number one on the US singles chart with ‘Magic” in 1980?

    Olivia Newton-John

  • Which album gave The Police their first number one hit of the ’80s?

    Synchronicity

  • “Kokomo” gave which group a number one hit in 1988?

    The Beach Boys

  • Who had the 1987 UK number one hit “Star Trekkin'”?

    The Firm

  • Who had the 1974 number one album “Can’t Get Enough”?

    Barry White

  • Which Eagles song gave the band their first single hit of the ’70s?

    “Best of My Love”

  • Who had the hit “The Loco-Motion” in 1974?

    Grand Funk

  • Who wrote “Mama Told Me (Not To Come),” the 1970s hit for Three Dog Night?

    Randy Newman

  • Which year was the album Elvis is Back! released?

    1960

  • What are the opening lyrics for the Ronettes’ “Be My Baby?”

    The night we met, I knew I needed you so

  • Which song starts with these lines: “I bet you’re wondering’ how I knew, ‘About your plans to make me blue.”

    “I Heard It Through the Grapevine”

  • Rick Springfield took what song to number one in the summer of 1981?

    “Jessie’s Girl”

  • Blondie had a number one single in 1980; what was that song’s name?

    “Call Me”

  • What was the first album AC/DC released after the death of their lead singer Bon Scott?

    Back in Black

  • The band Vampire Weekend started at what United States University?

    Columbia University

  • What 80s band covered and reworked the song “Tainted Love”?

    Soft Cell

  • What group sang “I Know What Boys Like”?

    The Waitresses

  • Which Member of The Go-Go’s released an album titled Fur with the forgettable single “Rush Hour”?

    Jane Wiedlin

  • Which band recorded the 2014 UK Singles chart-topper “She Looks So Perfect”?

    5 Seconds Of Summer

  • Which Wilson Phillips group member had gastric bypass surgery?

    Carnie Wilson

  • Sheryl Crow’s first big break came as a backup singer for which singer?

    Michael Jackson

  • Vanilla Ice’s 1991 hit “Ice Ice Baby” was used as a sample from which Queen song?

    “Under Pressure”

  • The music video for “Birthday” features Katy Perry disguised as how many different characters in birthday parties?

    five

  • Justin Timberlake started his career as a member of what band?

    *NSYNC

  • Who was the original lead singer with The Supremes?

    Diana Ross

  • What is Barbra Streisand’s middle name?

    Joan

  • Which member of Def Leppard died in 1991?

    Steve Clark

  • Whose career as a solo performer was launched with the song “Careless Whisper”?

    George Michael

  • Whose debut song was “Shake You Down” in the 1980s?

    Gregory Abbott

  • What Beatles single lasted longest on the charts, lasting 19 weeks?

    “Hey Jude”

  • What singer changed his name from Frederick Bulsara?

    Freddie Mercury

  • What jazz trumpeter was dubbed the “Prince of Darkness”?

    Miles Davis

  • What stringed symphonic instrument has a pedestal and a crown?

    Harp

  • Who was the first country artist to sell over 10 million copies of an album?

    Garth Brooks

  • According to Billboard, who was the top-selling album artist of the 1970s?

    Elton John

  • Which band had a hit with the song “Love Somebody”?

    Maroon 5

  • Who performed at the halftime show at Super Bowl L?

    Coldplay

  • What pop artist recorded the hit “Jenny From the Block”?

    Jennifer Lopez

  • Who recorded the hit single “Car Wash” in 1977?

    Rose Royce

  • Elton John is known for what signature accessory?

    Eyeglasses

  • Thomas Dolby released the song “She Blinded Me With…” What is the ending of this song title?

    Science

  • In what country was Alanis Morissette born?

    Canada

  • Who put out the hit “I Want To Know What Love Is” in 1985?

    Foreigner

  • Which artist released the song “Good Life”?

    OneRepublic

  • Which lead singer is credited with popularizing stage diving?

    Iggy Pop

  • Charlie Puth sings the song “Marvin Gaye,” featuring which other artist?

    Meghan Trainor

  • Which artist released the song “Video Games” in 2012?

    Lana Del Ray

  • Which Elton John song did The Beach Boys record in 1991?

    Crocodile Rock

  • Who is Sheeran’s dance partner in the “Thinking Out Loud” music video?

    Brittany Cherry (from so you think you can dance)

  • Who put out the hit single “If You Love Somebody Set Them Free” in 1985?

    Sting

  • Who is referred to as the Queen of Pop?

    Madonna

  • Who released the 2018 album “Graffiti U”?

    Keith Urban

  • What American rock band was founded as a one-person project in Seattle in 1994?

    The Foo Fighters

  • Mike Posner originally wrote his hit single “Cooler Than Me” while studying at what university?

    Duke

  • Who sang “Bye Bye Love”?

    The Everly Brothers

  • Michael Jackson’s Thriller was produced by which music producer?

    Quincy Jones

  • What country is Shakira originally from?

    Columbia

  • What is Pink’s real name?

    Alicia Moore

  • What show fostered young talents like Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears, and Christina Aguilera before they even became pop stars?

    The Mickey Mouse Club

  • What is the name of Beyonce’s alter ego?

    Sasha Fierce

  • The song “We Are Never Getting Back Together” was allegedly written about which of Taylor Swift’s ex-boyfriends?

    Jake Gyllenhaal

  • Which Beatle worked on a James Bond theme song?

    Paul McCartney

  • What is the Amati family known for?

    Their violins

  • Who recorded the hit single “Meet Virginia” in 2000?

    Train

  • Who sang “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” at Aretha Franklin’s funeral?

    Ariana Grande

  • Lady Gaga derived her stage name from a song performed by which band?

    Queen

  • Which contemporary pop singer has a tattoo of Jesus Christ on one of his calves?

    Justin Beiber

  • Which musician won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2016?

    Bob Dylan

  • Which band’s debut album was entitled “Appetite for Destruction”?

    Guns N’ Roses

  • Which popular singer is referred to as “the Boss”?

    Bruce Springsteen

  • What is Fergie’s real name?

    Stacie Ann Ferguson

  • Who released the country album “Rearview Town”?

    Jason Aldean

  • In Taylor Swift’s music video “You Need to Calm Down,” what is she and Katy Perry dressed as?

    Fries and a burger


     

  • Ozzy Osbourne was the lead vocalist of which classic heavy metal band?

    Black Sabbath

  • Tamla Records is the former name of what current record label?

    Motown Records

  • What US festival hosted over 350,000 music fans in 1969?

    Woodstock

  • ABBA originated in which country?

    Sweden

  • Who released the country song “Most People Are Good”?

    Luke Bryan

  • What band is Pat Smear in?

    Foo Fighters

  • What was Elvis Presley’s middle name?

    Aaron

  • In 1967, what band released the hit song “Ruby Tuesday”?

    The Rolling Stones

  • Who sang “Express Yourself”?

    N.W.A

  • Where was Alicia Keys born?

    Manhattan, NY

  • What was Kelly Clarkson’s debut song?

    Miss Independent

  • Which male vocalist sings “Drop It Like It’s Hot”?

    Snoop Dogg/Pharell Williams

  • Who sang a duet with Ed Sheeran on the song “Perfect”?

    Beyonce

  • In 1998, who won the Album of the Year Grammy for “Time Out Of Mind”?

    Bob Dylan

  • Who was the lead guitarist of Queen?

    Brian Harold May

  • How many members are there in the band Rascal Flatts?

    3

  • The B-52’s formed in which city?

    Athens, GA

  • What Michael Jackson album achieve five chart-topping singles?

    Bad

  • What does the Italian musical term adagio mean?

    Slow

  • In 1985, Tina Turner won the Grammy for Record of the Year for what song?

    “What’s Love Got To Do With It”

  • Cardi B first rose to fame in 2015 when she appeared on what TV show?

    Love & Hip Hop: New York

  • Taylor Swift was discovered in 2005 when she performed at what Nashville venue?

    The Bluebird Cafe

  • How did Otis Redding die?

    Plane accident

  • Elton John’s 1976 hit “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” was a duet with which vocalist?

    Kiki Dee

  • What song has the lyric “I need you more tonight, and I need you more than ever”?

    “Total Eclipse Of The Heart”

  • What pop artist recorded the hit “Tonight, Tonight”?

    Hot Chelle Rae

  • What Smashing Pumpkins song was originally done by Fleetwood Mac?

    Landslide

  • Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake turned up to the American Music Awards in 2001 wearing outfits made out of what?

    Denim

  • Who won the top R&B Male Artist at the Billboard Music Awards 2018?

    Bruno Mars

  • Which American rapper originally went by the name Lesane Parish Crooks?

    Tupac

  • The Spice Girls released their debut album in 1996. What was the name of the album?

    Spice

  • Who was Andrew Ridgeley’s partner in the group Wham!?

    George Michael

  • Which R&B artist did the title track for the movie “Ghostbusters”?

    Ray Parker, Jr.

  • On what date did MTV make its debut?

    August 1, 1981

  • The sackbut was an early form of which musical instrument?

    Trombone

  • Which pop star played 27 different instruments on their debut album “For You”?

    Prince

  • Which pop singer’s real name is Robyn Fenty?

    Rihanna

  • Ace Frehley is a member of which iconic rock band?

    Kiss

  • Which group recorded the hit single “Karma Chameleon” in 1984?

    Culture Club

  • Which Beatle had dyslexia?

    John Lennon

  • What movie did Duran Duran get their name from?

    Barbarella

  • What instrument is used by the indigenous people of Australia to accompany ceremonial dancing and singing?

    Didgeridoo

  • Which pop singer is known as “The Material Girl”?

    Madonna

  • Who raps on Usher’s “Yeah”?

    Ludacris

  • What band had a debut album titled “Can’t Buy a Thrill”?

    Steely Dan

  • Who was the female lead singer for the band Berlin?

    Terri Nunn

  • What was the title of the autobiography Diana Ross published in 1994?

    Secrets Of A Sparrow

  • What band’s original name was Warsaw?

    Joy Division

  • What is Hozier’s real name?

    Andrew Hozier-Byrne

  • Which Pink Floyd album features a prism on the cover?

    Dark Side Of The Moon

  • Who is the lead singer of Smash Mouth?

    Steven Harwell

  • What decade is the hit single “Love Shack” by the B-52s from?

    The Eighties

  • What is the ending of the Mac Miller lyric, “They gave me the key to the ____”?

    Sky

  • Where is Kanye West from?

    Chicago, IL

  • The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is situated in what US State?

    Ohio

  • The Grateful Dead’s highly-devoted fanbase is known as what?

    Deadheads

  • Brothers Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb formed which pop group in the late 1950s?

    The Bee Gees

  • Which singer is a godmother to Elton John’s two sons?

    Lady Gaga

  • Who is the lead singer of Pearl Jam?

    Eddie Vedder

  • Which group holds the distinction of starring in the first music video ever aired on MTV?

    The Buggles

  • Rock band AC/DC actually originates from which country?

    Australia

  • What was Elvis Presley’s first hit in 1956?

    “Heartbreak Hotel”

  • Which famous music group was formerly known as the New Yardbirds?

    Led Zeppelin

  • Which musician was deported from Japan in the 1980s for possession of marijuana?

    Paul McCartney

  • Who played Juror Number 8 in "12 Angry Men?"

    Henry Fonda

  • What flavor of Pop Tarts does Buddy the Elf use in his spaghetti in "Elf?"

    Chocolate

  • What 1927 musical was the first “talkie”?

    “The Jazz Singer”

  • In 1980 the Queen started out with the first U.S. Number One hit of them. What was its name?
    Crazy Little Thing Called Love
  • Who sings the song “Bette Davis Eyes”?
    Kim Carnes
  • What is the name of the singer who sings “Flash dance what a feeling”?
    Irene Cara
  • With ‘Joe Le Taxi’ which person had a 1987 hit?
    Vanessa Paradis
  • Which person wrote the Bangles that is a hit of 1986 ‘Manic Monday’?
    Prince
  • ”You spin me around” was sang by?
  • In 1983-84 what is the name of the singer who was from the New York City and had a hit song with “Break My Stride”?
    Matthew Wilder
  • What is the name of the singer who sings “Push it”?
    Salt-N-Pepa
  • Which singer sang the title song of James Bond film “License to Kill” in the late 80’s?
    Gladys Knight
  • In 1985, which band with the duplicate name gave us “Broken Wings”?
    Mister
  • In 1983, which band had a hit with their song “Why Me”?
    Planet P
  • What was the name of the singer who sings “Straight up”?
    Paul Abdul
  • What is the name of the band who sing “Walk Like An Egyptian”?

    Bangles

  • “The love we share seems to go nowhere and I’ve lost my light” These are the lyrics of which famous song?
    Tainted Love
  • In the year 2016, what is the name of the musician who won the Nobel Prize for Literature?
    Bob Dylan
  • For which music group “Sound of the Underground” was the first No.1?
    1 Girls Aloud.
  • Robyn Fenty is the name of which pop singer?

    Rihanna

  • In 1970, which singer had a hit with his song “Piano Man”?
    Billy Joel.
  • What is the name of the singer who plays lead singer role for Pearl Jam?
    Eddie Vedder
  • The album of Nirvana debut is known as?
    Bleach
  • What is the name of the person who composed Four Seasons?
    Antonio Vivaldi
  • What was the type of a wood about which the Beatles sing?
    Norwegian Wood.ok
  • What is the name of the country that pop singer was born as Eilleen Regina Edwards?
    Shania Twain
  • What was the name of a singer whose world tour of 2013 is known as “The Mrs. Carter Show”?

    Beyonce

  • What was the name of the singer who played the role of lead singer for the band “Queen”?
    Freddie Mercury
  • On the baby grand piano, how many keys are there?
    88
  • What was the first UK top ten single of the singer Madonna?
    Holiday
  • What was the name of the lead singer of the pop group Culture Club in 1980?
    Boy George.


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