Yes, here we are once more with the Tuesday Trivia Question for February 9th! Brought to us each week by “All the Groovey People” at Omnivore Recordings. Your number one destination for all the music you didn’t know, you didn’t know! However, before we get to this weeks question we’d like to recognize all the brilliant readers who weighed in on last weeks quiz, which was: all about the Jan and Dean car song classic “The Anaheim Azusa and Cucamonga sewing circle Book Review and Timing Association”….Yeah, that one! First in but with only half the answers was Mr. Clark Besch! Followed by Owen! He needed two tries but eventually, he nailed it! Coming in third but with his usual informative, insightful and entertaining full compliment of correct answers Mr. Curtis Stone! Thanx and congrats to all three of you brilliant, trivial gents!
But now! It’s time for this weeks new Trivia Question: This week we’re going to go deep on a band who’s name you might not immediately recall, but their place in 60’s music history and their further story is rather profound! The Band is The Iveys( pictured above) and we have a lot of questions… We’ll begin with, what was the title to their first single and their only album? Next, after their significant early success as The Iveys, they decided to change their name! Who did they become? Now, how is Paul McCartney connected to the band, furthermore, how is George Harrison connected? How is Todd Rungren connected, as well as Harry Nilsson and Mariah Carey?
Yeah! A whole lotta questions, but in summary here’s what we need:
1) What is the title to The Iveys first single and album ?
2) After their first single and album, The Iveys changed their name to become ?
3) How is Paul McCartney connected to the band ?
4) How is George Harrison connected to the band ?
5) same question goes for Todd Rungren, Harry Nilsson and Mariah Carey
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