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Longest Spans Between Their Consecutive #1 U.S. Hits

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This quiz will be about artists who have had the longest spans between #1 hits. For instance, Dionne Warwick had her first #1 hit in 1974 and didn't get her next one until 1986, spanning 585 weeks. Do you get how this will go? I have provided ten artists to go along with the questions. You will be required to supply ten answers. The answer explanations will be surprisingly short but I am sure that I will not be able to keep it up for ten questions and they will soon become obnoxiously long. I feel as if I have done my part and now it's time for you to make the next move. Good luck and start quizzing!

Question 1:

In 1999, this singer set a record for longest span in between #1 U.S. hits which were titled "Dark Lady" and "Believe".
Mariah Carey
Jeannie C. Reilly

Question 2:

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This group had a # 1 hit with the 1966 song "Good Vibrations". Their next chart topper, "Kokomo", was released 22 years later.
The Everly Brothers
The Rolling Stones
The Beach Boys
Jethro Tull

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Question 3:

This singer had a #1 hit in 1976 with the song "Don't Go Breaking My Heart". It took him 804 weeks to get his next U.S. chart topper, titled "Don't Let the Sun Go Down On Me".
Paul Anka
George Michael
Don Henley
Elton John

Question 4:

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This performer's song "Respect" was a chart topper in 1967. She had to wait almost 20 years to get another #1 hit in the U.S. Her collaboration with George Michael titled "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)" hit #1 in 1987.
Aretha Franklin
Dionne Warwick
Fontella Bass
Diana Ross

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Question 5:

This singer had to wait fifteen plus years to have consecutive #1 hits with "Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth)" and "Got My Mind Set on You".
George Harrison
Ringo Starr
Billy Joel
Paul McCartney

Question 6:

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This singer had to wait 491 weeks in between #1 U.S. hits. The hits were "Fingertips Part ll" and Superstition".
Herb Alpert
Herb Albert
Stevie Wonder
Ray Charles

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Question 7:

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The songs "Lonely Boy" and "(You're) Having My Baby" were consecutive #1 hits for this singer in 1959 and 1974.
Paul Anka
Cat Stevens
Neil Diamond

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Question 8:

Billy Joel had a # U.S. #1 hit in 1983 with "Tell Her About It". He had to wait 323 weeks before he got his next chart topper. Which one of the following hits was a #1 hit for him in 1989?
We Didn't Start the Fire
I Go To Extremes
Innocent Man

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This singer had to wait 334 weeks in between the consecutive #1 U.S. hits "Song Sung Blue" and "You Don't Bring Me Flowers".
Neil Diamond
Engelbert Humperdinck
Neil Sedaka
Barry Manilow

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Question 10:

This female singer from Louisiana had to wait 506 weeks in between #1 U.S. hits. Her chart toppers were "... Baby One More Time" and "Womanizer".
Mariah Carey
Britney Spears
Christina Aguilera


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