Music Trivia Questions #43Printable Music Trivia Quiz
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"Who Let the Dogs Out" in 2000?
b. Baha Men
d. Lil Bow Wow
Baha Men - Who Let the Dogs Out was Baha Men's first hit in the United Kingdom and the United States.
Released in 1973, my debut album is titled "Greetings from Asbury Park". Who am I?
a. Eric Clapton
b. Jon Bon Jovi
c. Bruce Springsteen
d. Bryan Adams
Bruce Springsteen - Bruce was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1999.
"The Forces Sweetheart" was a nickname given to which 1940s female star?
a. Alma Cogan
b. Kay Starr
c. Vera Lynn
d. Rosemary Clooney
Vera Lynn - Vera's musical recordings were popular during the Second World War.
Which of these Elvis Presley songs was a number one BEFORE the others?
a. It's Now or Never
b. All Shook Up
c. Hound Dog
d. Stuck on You
Hound Dog - Elvis released his version of Hound Dog in July of 1956.
This "Spice Girl" had a number one hit with "It's Raining Men" in 2001.
a. Victoria Beckham
b. Emma Bunton
c. Geri Halliwell
d. Melanie C
Geri Halliwell - The song was originally released by The Weather Girls in 1982.
Mysteriously disappearing in February of 1995, Richey Edwards was a member of which rock band?
a. The Stone Roses
c. Primal Scream
d. Manic Street Preachers
Manic Street Preachers - Edwards was declared 'presumed dead' in November of 2008.
Who originally played the drums with "The Beatles"?
a. Ringo Starr
b. George Harrison
c. Pete Best
d. Stuart Sutcliffe
Pete Best - In August of 1962, Beatles manager Brian Epstein fired Pete Best and replaced him with Ringo Starr.
With what song did Britney Spears make her breakthrough in 1998?
a. Ooops, I Did it Again
c. (Hit Me) Baby One More Time
(Hit Me) Baby One More Time - First a single, the song was later released on the album ...Baby One More Time.
Which Canadian singer-songwriter was "Complicated" in 2002?
a. Shania Twain
b. Avril Lavigne
c. Joni Mitchell
d. Sarah McLachlan
Avril Lavigne - From Avril Lavigne's album 'Let Go'.
What is the correct name of this 2007 chart topping band?
a. Plain White C's
b. Plain White B's
c. Plain White T's
d. Plain White D's
Plain White T's - Plain White T's is best known for the number-one hit song 'Hey There Delilah'.
Which group backed Huey "Piano" Smith?
a. The Chantels
b. The Belmonts
c. The Clowns
d. The Cadillacs
The Clowns - Recorded in 1958, the Clowns' most popular single was Don't You Just Know It.
Taylor Hawkins plays which instrument in the "Foo Fighters"?
d. Bass Guitar
Drums - Hawkins was the touring drummer for Alanis Morissette on her Jagged Little Pill and Can't Not Tours.
Who released a rock n' roll version of the song "Blueberry Hill", which reached number two on the Billboard Top 40 chart in 1956?
a. Little Richard
b. Ray Charles
c. Chuck Berry
d. Fats Domino
Fats Domino - Released on Fat's album This Is Fats Domino!
Linkin Park teamed up with which Rap star to record the song "Numb/Encore"?
a. Snoop Dogg
b. Jay Z
Jay Z - Numb/Encore is from the 2004 album Collision Course.
Released in 2006, complete the title to this Cascada number one hit - "Everytime We..."?
Touch - From their debut album Everytime We Touch.
Born in Oxford, England, "Jacqueline du Pre" was famous for the playing of which stringed instrument?
d. Double Bass
Cello - Jacqueline's career was cut short by multiple sclerosis at the age of 27.
Which American singer-songwriter won the 1994 Grammy for Record of the Year for with the song "All I Wanna Do"?
a. Carly Simon
c. Sheryl Crow
d. Dolly Parton
Sheryl Crow - 'All I Wanna Do' peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100.
Sisters Nicole and Natalie Appleton are members of which all-girl group?
b. Girls Aloud
c. Atomic Kitten
d. All Saints
All Saints - All Saints have sold over 12 million records
Elton John spent how many weeks at the top of the US Charts with his 1997 rewritten version of the song "Candle in the Wind"?
14 - The song was originally written in honor of Marilyn Monroe in 1973.
The songs "Ting a Ling", "Love Potion No. 9" and "Nip Sip" were hits for which vocal group?
a. The Clovers
b. The Platters
c. The Dominoes
d. The Cadillacs
The Clovers - The Clovers were one of the most popular acts of the 1950s.
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