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1970's One Hit Wonders

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Most of these musicians had their one big hit and rode to stardom in the 70's. Take this quiz to see how wonder-fully you can do!

Question 1:


In 1973 this singer, comedian and actress recorded "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia", a song written by her husband, Bobby Russel.
Phyllis George
Dorothy Lyman
Carol Burnett
Vicki Lawrence

Question 2:


This group, formed in 1973 in Edinburgh, Scotland, had huge chart success in the UK with the song entitled "Magic".
Nazareth
Pilot
Bay City Rollers
The Poppy Family

Question 3:


This pop singer and songwriter, born in Montreal, Canada performed "Rock Me Gently", a #1 hit single on the American charts in 1974.
Donny Hathaway
Tiny Tim
Maria Muldaur
Andy Kim

Question 4:


This band, formed in Nottingham in 1969, recorded the song "The Night Chicago Died," which starts with the following words: "My daddy was a cop on the east side of Chicago".
Bo Donaldson and The Heywoods
Jigsaw
Paper Lace
Terrry Jacks

Question 5:


This Brazilian singer and songwriter became famous with his 1975 hit, "Feelings".
Morris Albert
Rupert Holmes
Shaun Cassidy
Dan Hill

Question 6:


This group, formed in 1969 at Rutgers University in New Jersey, had one #1 hit in 1972 -- "Brandy (You're A Fine Girl)."
Looking Glass
Foghat
Fleetwood Mac
Sweet

Question 7:


This band, formed in New York City, became famous in 1973 with the hit single "Dancing in the Moonlight".
Krokus
King Vitamin
King Harvest
King Crimson

Question 8:


This performer and songwriter recorded the song, "I Like Dreamin' ," which reached #3 on the Billboard singles chart in 1976 and stayed in the Top 40 for a 20-week run.
Johnnie Whitaker
Michael Grey
Kenny Nolan
Jimmy Greene

Question 9:


This group released a cover of "Brother Louie", a song about an interracial love affair, which begins with the words: "She was black as the night, Louie was whiter than white".
10cc
The Stories
Hot Tuna
Thin Lizzy

Question 10:


This Grammy-winning American songwriter and singer released her most successful single, "At Seventeen" in 1975, a song about teenage fears and anxiety.
Jean Knight
Janis Ian
Melba Moore
Phoebe Snow

 


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