YES! It’s TrTriviauesday for Oct. 23rd.
However, This week we have a little house cleaning to take care of! Over the last couple days SSMSwas plagued with multiple technical problems, that may have affected your ability to access SMS!
We are sincerely sorry for the inconvenience, but can assure you that all is well and we’re back to business as usual. Lastly, we’d like to draw your attention to our new post about 60’s Counter Culture comedian Tom Leher! Tom and his brilliance got a little lost in the tech snafu but the post is back up and we think you’ll enjoy it! Just click on the home page and a great pix of Tom should appear in our list of cuttent posts….All apologies, and meanwhile, as usual, it is time to recognize the brilliant readers who correctly answered last week’s question which was a lyrical one. Here’s your lyric; “When it came to shooting straight and fast, he was mighty good” So, who does “He” refer to? What’s the title of the song and who sang it? The correct answer is The “He” is Liberty Valance, From the Song “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance” sung by Gene Pitney!
Only one reader correctly answered the question, so BIG SMS CONGRATULATIONS GO OUT TO Jack Bigoshay Way to go Jack! Apparently this was a very tricky question! However second place position goes out to several readers who gave it their best but just missed the mark. Soooo, second place congrats and thank you s go out to Denise Shoemaker, Fred Vogel, Steve Wingradsky, Rob Carter and Mark L. Chapman!
” Attaboys and Attagirls go out to SIX of our Fave readers THANK YOU LADY AND GENTS!
But now it’s time for this week’s Trivia Question: Between 1963 and 1965 Bob Dylan’s classic “Don’t Think Twice It’s Alright” was a Top Ten Hit TWICE. First in 1963 by Peter Paul and Mary, then once more in 1965 by ?The Wonder Who?
Here’s your Question, The Wonder Who? Wasn’t this bands real name, The Wonder Who? Was their “Nom de Disque” so to speak, soooo, What is the actual name of this band, and what is the name of their lead singer? Plus give us the title of at least one solo hit from the lead singer?
Finally, just for fun, on this odd record by The Wonder Who? Doesn’t it sound like the background singers are saying “Tightey Whiteys”?
No hints, this ones too easy!
R.S. @ SMS