The SMS Trivia Question of the Week 3/24

YES! It’s Trivia Tuesday for March 24th, always brought to us by “All the Groovy People” over at Omnivore Recordings! Your first and last stop for only the best music in the Universe, and beyond!  But, before we get to this weeks new question, we’d like to acknowledge the many savvy readers who weighed in on last weeks Quiz! Which was: We asked you all about the classic Folk/Novelty song by the Irish Rovers, “The Unicorn song” from 1968. Galloping in first, before the sun was up over “Blarney Castle”was our old friend Edmund Simmons! Way to go Ed and that makes 5 weeks in a row!…WOW! But, close on Ed’s heals with “All the Right Stuff” was Julie Ismert!  Yaaye Lassey! Julie is this weeks winner of a cool Omnivore CD! Next up and coming up a little short on the answers was the usual Super Speedy Fred Vogel No Sweat Mr. V. It’s a new week! And Curtis Stone up next who always has something good to share, THANX CURTIS! Coming up last but never least with his always great perspective Mr. Ron Wood! Yaaaye Woody!

But now, it’s time for this weeks new SMS Trivia question:  This week, we have an Anagram for you! And, here it is:  “Rare Sand Rabbits”  First, please unscramble our Anagram and tell us who it is? Next, give us the title to at least one of their hits that they Co-Wrote ? Also, give us the title of the film that features this Co-Written Song ? And to achieve SMS Super Genius Status,  give us the name of their first Spouse, who is also a celebrity?

In summary, here’s what we need:

1) Who is Rare Sand Rabbits ?

2) What is the title to at least one of their many hits that our Anagram CO-WROTE ?

3) What feature film includes this great song ?

4) What is the name of our Anagram’s first Spouse ?


Meanwhile, while you’re moving letters around and looking at the screen upside down why not click on the link to Omnivore Recordings homepage  we provided below and add a little music to your day, AND YOUR CART!



Remember you can answer the weekly Trivia Quiz as often as you like, you can only win a Groovey Omnivore CD every 30 days!…


  1. Barbra Streisand? Evergreen with Paul Williams? A Star is born? Elliott Gould? Not sure, but I think it fits. Elliot was in the 60’s, but star was in the 70’s….I might really be reaching..

  2. One of my favorite singers, Barbara Streisand
    I Finally Found Someone, The Rain Will Fall, Above the Law, Evergreen, and so many more
    Evergreen from A Star is Born
    I believe her first husband was Elliott Gould

  3. After fiddling with the letters for quite a while, I came up with either ”Sad Rabbi Ranters” or Barbra Streisand. If it’s the former, I’m not aware of any hits by that obscure band. If it’s the latter, then ”Evergreen” from ”A Star is Born” comes to mind. I would have to look up the name of her first husband but that would be cheating so I’ll leave it to others.

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