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A Little Bit Country & Rock'n'Roll

written by: silverqueen
 
As Marie and Donnie Osmond used to sing, "I'm a little bit country, I'm a little bit rock n Roll". If I supply the rock artist, your answer must be from the field of country music. If a country artist is given in the question, you must come up with the rock n roll artist in the answer.

Question 1:


Country singer Tim McGraw was featured in which rapper's number one Billboard hit, "Over and Over"?
Snoop Dogg
50 Cents
Nelly
Jay-Z

Question 2:


Johnnie Cash garnered six MTV nominations with his remake of this heavy metal group's song, "Hurt".
Black Sabbath
Whitesnake
Nine Inch Nails
Guns n Roses

Question 3:


Stevie Nicks wrote and recorded her “Landslide" long before what controversial country group had a hit with their remake of her song?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 4:


Both Carl Perkins and this rock n roll star recorded for the famed Sun Records, both are in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, both had hits with the song that Perkins wrote after hearing a conversation on a dance floor but it's the rock n roll star's hit that most people connect to this 1956 Top Ten pick.
Chuck Berry
Bill Hailey
Jerry Lee Lewis
Elvis Presley

Question 5:


Dolly Parton and Emmylou Harris cut the album "Trio" with this former lead singer of the Stone Poneys.
Linda Ronstadt
Grace Slick
Bette Mildler
Christine McVie

Question 6:


Who better to join country great, Alan Jackson, in the hit song "It's Five O’clock Somewhere"
than the main man from Margaritaville. Name this great singer and songwriter.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 7:


A former Rhodes Scholar and Golden Gloves Boxer, this country music outlaw penned "Me and Bobby McGee" which became a number one single for his former girlfriend, Janis Joplin.
David Allen Coe
Willie Nelson
Kris Kristofferson
Waylon Jennings

Question 8:


Shania Twain cut two versions of her song "Party for Two". One she recorded with country singer Billy Currington. The rocking version was made with the lead singer of Shrinky Dinx
who was voted one of People Magazine's 'Sexiest Rocker.' What is this rocker’s name?
Henry Rollins
Rod Stewart
Mark McGrath
Mutt Lange

Question 9:


This artist was a twenty nine year old garage, alternative musical genius when he produced Loretta Lynn's "Van Lear Rose" and sang with her the hit single "Portland Oregon." What is his name?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 10:


Whitney Houston sang "I Will Always Love You” for the soundtrack of "The Bodyguard" which became the third largest selling single in the world. The songwriter and singer of "I Will Always Love You" had her own number one with this song on the Country charts in 1974. What is the name of the original songwriter and singer of the song?
Dolly Parton
Emmylou Harris
Barbara Mandrell
Reba McEntire

 


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