Merry Christmas to all and to all a great quiz!
Yes, Virginia! There is a TTriviaTuesday for Xmas day! And on this Xmas morning we’d like to offer a Merry Xmas and a Hallelujah to the brilliant readers who correctly answered last weeks question which was all about the children of celebrity parents who had hit records in the 60’s ( You can always find our previous question by going to our home page and click on the question just below this one )
So, SMS Xmas congrats go out to “Fingers “Fred Vogel for, as always being first in! However, sorry to say Fred only got half the question correct, but he was in VERY early! Steven Winogradsky was in next, and we Think he nailed it? Didja Steve? Also on board was our ole pal Jim Gorman and YES Jimmy nailed it with a couple fresh ideas! Denise shoemaker, gave it “Hell” and came up with a half-dozen talented progeny but, unfortunately none were from the 60’s! Sorry D. There is always today’s question. Our new Trivia buddy Mark L. Chapman dropped by with nothing less than the perfectly correct answers and some great Extras! Big Thanx Mark! And lastly, but certainly not Leastly, Our dear old friend who isn’t in The RolRolling Stonesut does play a mean riff or two Ronnie wood showed up, went deep, expanded on the question and as usual entertained us!
Congrats, We’ll Done and Thank you to all you Gents and Dear Lady D.
But Now! It’s time for this weeks question, And as you’ve already guessed, today’s question has a Xmas theme: Here’s The set up: We’re going to give you a list of ten Superstars from the 60’s and beyond and we want YOU to give us the name of at least one Xmas song, Written recorded and originally released by the artist we list!
PLEASE NOTE: as this is KEY! THE SONG MUST BE WRITTEN BY THE ARTIST WE LIST! We’re certain each of the ten artist on our list has recorded a classic Christmas song at some point, you know, “Jingle Bells” Rudolf the Reindeer” “Deck the Halls” “White Xmas” etc. Those don’t count! Got it?
Ten Artists / One original Xmas themed song from each! Here ya go / Ho Ho Ho?
1) The Beatles (as a group)
2) John Lennon (Solo)
3) Paul McCartney (Solo, or Wings)
4) Chuck Berry
5) Joni Mitchell
6) Jose Feliciano
7) The Carpenters
8) Elton John
9) Stevie Wonder
10) The Beach Boys
Yes, there are a couple “No Brainers” In there and one or two “Hunhs?”
Lastly, for clarity, the songs we’re looking for didn’t necessarily come out in the 60’s but must have been written by one of these 60’s artists, CLEAR? If not, jot down any question into the comments section and we’ll clear it up!
”It’s the hap happiest time of the year”