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Great Musicians From New Jersey
Many famous musicians were born in and/or lived in New jersey. This is a quiz on these people.
This great musician was born in Wisconsin but lived for many years in Mahwah, New Jersey. He is most responsible for the development of the unibody electric guitar. Unfortunately, he died in August of 2009.
She was called "Sassy" and was one of the greatest jazz vocalists.
"Sherry" was the first big hit of this group that featured four "Jersey Boys".
The Four Seasons
The Four Bells
The Four Feshmen
The Four Lads
Concetta Rosa Maria Franconero, born in Newark, N.J., is better known by this name.
This singer hit the pop charts with "It's My Party and I'll Cry If I Want to" and "Now It's Judy's Turn to Cry."
Bruce Springsteen is from New Jersey. Can you name the two Jersey-born drummers for the E Street Band that periodically toured and recorded with Bruce Springsteen?
Vini Lopez and Max Weinberg
David Sancius and Guy Tallant
Roy Bitton and Suki Carter
Danny Federici and Clarence Clemons
This singer was the only female member of The Fugees. She also acted in "Sister Act II."
This former member of The Fugees was born in Haiti, lived for a short time in Brooklyn, NY and then moved to New Jersey.
Whitney Houston's mother and aunt have both won Grammy Awards.
Where in New Jersey was Frank Sinatra born?
West New York
This famous guitarist was discovered while in rehab at a Synanon Center.
This famous drummer had a pop hit with "Topsy Part 2." He played with Cab Calloway, The Louis Armstrong All Stars, and many other famous jazz orchestras.
This New Jersey group had big hits with "Sylvia's Mother", "When You're in Love with a Beautiful Woman" and "On the Cover of the Rolling Stone".
Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show
Dr. DeMento and the Medicine Show
Dr. Obama and the National Medicine Show
Dr. John and the Medicine Show
"Ladies' Night", "Celebration", "Get Down on It , "Jungle Boogie" and "Fresh" were hits for this group.
Finn and Haddie
Hall and Oates
Kool and the Gang
K.C. and the Sunshine Company
This New Jersey musician is most famous as the arranger and musical director for Sinatra, Dean Martin, Ella Fitzgerald, Judy Garland, Johnny Mathis and Peggy Lee. Linda Ronstadt had two Platinum albums featuring his arrangements.
John Phillip Astor
Although he is most often associated with Kansas City, this great band leader was born in New Jersey. Who is this jazz great whose big band was featured in the last scene of the 1974 movie "Blazing Saddles"?
Edward Kennedy Ellington
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