The SMS Trivia Question of the Week 11 / 14

Yes indeed! It is time for an all new Trivia Question for Tuesday, November 14th! Brought to us by all the cool folks at  Omnivore Entertainment!  Your perfect destination for the coolest music you didn’t know, you didn’t know, and so much more! However, before we unleash this week’s question, we’d like to recognize all the brilliant readers who weighed in on last week’s quiz, which was all about The Hollies, and their classic “Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress” First in with all the right answers was “The Wizard “  Mr. Steve Winogradsky ! Followed by Mr. Ken Jones  who unfortunately was a little shy on correct answers, but fast on his heels was the super brilliant Mr. Jeff Conroy! Lastly Mr. Curtis Stone  wrapped things up but was also a little light on Answers! Big thanx and congrats to all four of you SMS “Super Geniuses!

But now, it’s time for a brand new quiz for Tuesday November 14th:  This week we’re going to look at popular “duo’s from the 1960’s, there we’re several, but today, we’re going to focus on two duo’s  from the U.K. Take a good look at the list of names just below, these names are in fact the first and last names of the four talented artists who make up the two duo’s we’re focusing on this week! However as you can see these names are in no particular order, but that’s where YOU come in, we need you to pair up the first name with the appropriate last name, ultimately matching up the two correct artists for each duet!

Here’s your list of first and last names, in no particular order:









There is your list of 8 first and last names, now we need you to match them up and give us the stage names of each duet! Additionally, give us the titles to at least three hits from each duo ? Lastly, one of the two duo’s made a guest appearance on “The Dick Van Dyke Show which duo was it ? Finally only one of these talented gentlemen has remained relevant and to this day is still active with managing and producing artists and music today!

In summary, here’s what we need:

1) From the list above match up the correct first and last names of the four gentlemen who make up the two sets of popular and successful duets from the 1960’s ?

2) Give us the names of the two duets ?

3) Tell us which duo made a guest appearance on T.V’s “The Dick Van Dyke Show” ?

4) only one of these eight gent’s has remained relative and very active in the music business, managing  and producing a number of “Super Stars, who is it ?

Meanwhile, before your mind goes numb from juggling and rearranging all those names, why not take a breather, click on the link below and browse through Omnivore Recordings catalog of the grooviest music in the known world and beyond!



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  1. Chad and jeremy, Chad Stuart, Jeremy clyde. Summer song, willow weep for me z yesterday’s gone.
    Peter and gordon, Peter asher, gordon waller, lady Godiva, a world without love, I go to pieces
    Peter asher is still relevant today. A brilliant producer. Linda ronstadt and James Taylor to mention a couple. Produced singer of my favorite records.. that’s all I’ve got..

  2. 1. Chad Stuart, Jeremy Clyde, Peter Asher, Gordon Waller
    2. Chad & Jeremy (Willow Weep For Me, Summer Song, Yesterday’s Gone)
    Peter & Gordon (Woman, I Go To Pieces, Lady Godiva)
    3. Dick Van Dyke – Chad & Jeremy
    4. Peter Asher

    • Hey Steve,
      Whoa! I think you broke some kind of “Land Speed” record with your answer this morning!
      Well done!
      Rick / SMS

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