Yep! It’s Trivia Tuesday for Sept. 11th ! A melancholy day in America, but perhaps we can lighten things up a bit with a bit of Trivia! But, before we get to today’s quiz, we’d like to recognize the brilliant readers who weighed in last week with their correct answers to last weeks quiz! And the question was; Name the five original members of the legendary Quintet The Buffalo Springfield, pictured in a classic Pix we included! And what Super Groups the individual members would go on to form. The correct answer was Dewey Martin, Jim Messina, Neil YouNeil Younge Furay and Steve Stils! Just a few of the great bands they’d go on to form include Poco, Crosby Stills and Nash, Crosby Stills Nash and Young, Manassas, Loggins and Messina and a few more!
FIRST, rapid fire fingers Fred Vogel, first in before the sun was up or the ink was dry, But! Fred just barely misses one member in the pix WAY TO GO FRED, your Gold metal is just a bit tainted. BUT you certainly redeemed yourself later!
Second, Steve Winogradsky chimed in from London with a completely correct answer, while he was enjoying some Fish n Chips !
Third: Mark L. Chapman came by with the right answers and some good advice
Fourth: Ron Wood, of course dropped in with some great comments and big love for all these great bands!
Fifth: Denise Shoemaker dropped by, but got a bit thrown by our tricky hint about “The Bass Player.” Who, in the pix was Jimmy Messina. Hey Denise, we gotta admire your MOXIE for just tryin’
CONRATULATIONS to Lady and Gents, one and all !
BUT NOW, it’s time for this weeks question which is an Anagram with complications!
But you can manage it; Here’s your Anagram: Nutter Iran ?
There you have it and here’s what we need, The artist professional name we know and love them by? Their actual real / legal name and THREE hits they enjoyed before they went solo?
yes, this artist was part of a group or ensemble/ revue in the 60’s before they went solo! We need three song titles they did as part of the group?
HAVE AT IT! And you know what we say, “No hints, unless,”