1971 In Music Trivia Quiz
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The Year In Music Trivia Quiz.
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1) On February 13, The Osmonds had a #1 Hit for
five weeks with "One Bad Apple".
2) Who is the American bluegrass-country singer
and fiddler born July 23, 1971 in Decatur, Illinois?
- Dolores Ashcroft
- Peggy Noonan
- Alison Krauss
3) On October 29, Jim Morrison of The Who Brothers
dies from a motorcycle accident.
4) Jesus Christ Superstar is a rock opera
that became a musical by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber. The play
opens on Broadway, October 12, 1971. Who played Jesus in the Broadway
- Jeff Fenholt
- Ian Gillan
- Ted Neeley
5) What is a song by The Doors from their 1971
album, L.A. Woman; it reached number 14 on the charts?
- "The Changeling"
- "Riders on the Storm"
- "Been Down So Long"
6) What became the Bee Gees' first U.S. #1 Hit on
the Billboard Hot 100?
- "Don't Wanna Live Inside Myself"
- "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart"
- "I Started A Joke"
7) Who had the longest #1 Hit for six weeks with
"Joy to the World"?
- Rod Stewart
- Carole King
- Three Dog Night
8) "(I Never Promised You A) Rose
Garden" that is best known as recorded by country singer Lynn
Anderson. Her late 1970 release topped the U.S. country chart, reached
#3 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 pop chart and remained the biggest
selling recording by a female country artist until 1997. Anderson's
recording sold over 16 million copies and has since become a country/pop
music standard. Who wrote the song?
- Joe South
- Bill Lowery
- Gene Vincent
9) On November 6, "Gypsys, Tramps &
Thieves" became a #1 Hit. Who had the Hit?
- Norman Jean
- Maggie May
10) Who had the 1971 #1 Hit "Knock Three
- Bobby Blue Bell
- Tiny Wilson
1971 In Music
1) True 2)
C. 3) False. On October 29, Duane Allman of The Allman
Brothers dies from a motorcycle accident. 4). A. 5) B. 6)
A. 9) A. 10) A.