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- When did Little Richard coin the phrase, “a-wop-bop-a-loo-bop-a-lop-bam-boom?”
He did so while working as a dishwasher to support his family.
- What was the year that Elvis first appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show before 54 million people? And for bonus points, what were the songs?
1956. Elvis performed Don’t Be Cruel, Love Me Tender, Ready Teddy and Hound Dog
- What was the ad placed in two American newspapers in 1965, looking for talented individuals to play The Monkees?
"Madness!! Folk and Roll Musicians-Singers for acting roles in new TV series. Running parts for four insane boys, age 17 to 21." Did you know that both Stephen Stills and Danny Hutton were turned down for the parts?
- What was The Archies’ biggest hit?
- When did Santana’s first album enter the U.S. charts?
1969. It contained the popular tracks, Evil Ways, Jingo and Soul Sacrifice.
- What crooner began his career as one of rock 'n' roll's pioneers at Sun Records with the song "Ooby Dooby?"
- Stairway To Heaven is from which Led Zeppelin album?
"Led Zeppelin IV," (1971) which is actually "Untitled."
- Which two famous guitarists waged a battle of guitars at a concert memorial to Beatles manager, Brian Epstein on January 29, 1969?
Jimi Hendrix and Pete Townshend
- Who released their first single Fall Out on February 1977?
- Which group released their first single 'The Silent Sun' on February 22, 1968?
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