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Do You like American Music?
Test your American pop music knowledge with this distinctly Stateside quiz. Have fun!
John Cougar's 1982 smash about the heartland, "Jack and Diane," specifically mentions this restaurant chain.
According to "Rolling Stone," how much did the Beach Boys spend recording their 1966 smash single "Good Vibrations?"
"American Music" is a 1991 song by this bass-happy Wisconsin band.
Steve Miller Band
Although they worked hard at a roots-rock, down home bayou sound, Creedence Clearwater Revival actually hails from what state?
Billy Joel's 1973 classic "Piano Man" is based on his experiences playing at what piano bar?
The Club Room in New York
The Executive Room in Los Angeles
The Redwood Room in San Francisco
The Windy City Lounge in Chicago
In 1973, Bruce Springsteen released his debut "Greetings from Asbury Park, NJ" album with its famous postcard cover. But Springsteen is not from Asbury Park; what New Jersey burg gave us the Boss?
Which of these facts about "The King," Elvis Presley, is NOT true?
Richard Nixon appointed him a "Federal Agent At Large."
He grew up idolizing Captain Marvel and patterned his look and stage moves after the superhero.
He had a twin brother who died at birth.
He was a devout Buddhist at the end of his life.
What was the "Godfather of Soul" James Brown's name at birth?
Kurt Cobain, guitarist and singer of Nirvana, left a suicide note that ended with a quoted lyric from a song he did not write. What song did he quote?
"Tears in Heaven," by Eric Clapton
"Ring of Fire," by Johnny Cash
"Everybody Hurts," by R.E.M.
"My My, Hey Hey," by Neil Young
Neil Diamond's smash "America" is taken from the soundtrack of what 1980 film remake, in which Diamond also starred?
"The Jazz Singer"
"New York, New York"
"The Cotton Club"
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