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Music: In No Way Shape or Form

written by: fodogg44
 
The most random music trivia quiz you will ever see in your life! (until part 2 at least).

Question 1:


What band from Charlottesville, Virginia was popular with "grassroots" campaigning until their hits, "What Would You Say" and "Ants Marching" hit the Top 40 in 1994?
Dave Matthews Band
The Black Crowes
Rusted Root
Blues Traveler

Question 2:


This Austrian musician is famous for "Rock Me Amadeus", a song inspired by the Oscar-winning film, "Amadeus".
Falco
Mister Mister
Flock of Seagulls
Duran Duran

Question 3:


The members of which American band, famous for extended jams and unique improvisation, performed together for 21 years until their breakup in August of 2004?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 4:


This rock band, formed in 1978 by Jim Peterik and Frankie Sullivan, performed the song "Eye of the Tiger".
Boston
Journey
Foreigner
Survivor

Question 5:


This British rock band, which debuted in 1968, performed the songs "In My Time of Dying", "Stairway to Heaven" and "Thank You".
Led Zeppelin
The Doors
Counting Crows
The Black Crowes

Question 6:


In 1991, this rock band from York, Pennsylvania released their album "Mental Jewelry", which was based on the writings of Indian philosopher, J. Krishnamurti.
Bush
Live
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Santana

Question 7:


This jazz musician created the album, "Bitches Brew" in 1969, after being influenced by Jimi Hendrix's electric and eclectic sounds.
Wynton Marsalis
Chick Corea
John Coltrane
Miles Davis

Question 8:


In 1993, this band released their debut album "August and Everything After", which featured the hit song "Mr. Jones".
Led Zeppelin
Bush
The Black Crowes
Counting Crows

Question 9:


The 2004 Grammy Award for Best Film Soundtrack went to which film?
Crash
Beyond the Sea
Anchorman
Garden State

Question 10:


This musician, whose debut solo album was "Fear of Pop: Volume 1", is famous for throwing his piano stool during performance.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


 


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