The SMS Trivia Question of the Week 4/14

Yes! It’s Trivia Tuesday for April 14th. Brought to us each Tuesday by the Fab Folks at Omnivore Recordings! Your first and last destination for all the coolest music in the known world, and beyond! But, before we get to this week’s quiz we’d like to recognize the brilliant readers who chimed in on last weeks question! which was a lyrical question: I punched my buddy in the nose after lunch” is the opening line of lyric from Bobby Vee’s huge hit “Stayin In” from 1965!

Fitst In, nailing every aspect of the question was “High Energy” Ed Simmons! Way to go Ed! Following up as a close second was Mr. Owen Weatley but right on Owen’s heels was our faithful old friend Be Boppin’ Bill Goshay. Who reminded us that this great song was written by John D. Loudermilk! Thank you Billy…Then closely following Bill, came our  old friend and “Sixties” expert  Mr. John Zambetti !  Way to go JOHN! And rounding out all the players our old friend and very early reader of SMS Kim Guggenheim! Great to see you back Mr. G.

Congrats and we’ll done ONE AND ALL!

But Now! It’s time for this weeks new Trivia Quiz! And this one won’t be easy!  Nope, this week’s question is an Anagram, and a bit more! Here’s your Anagram: “Heckling Perturbed Men”   What 60’s Superstar’s “Stage name”does our Anagram unscramble to reveal?  What is our Anagrams ‘real and legal name? Also, give us the titles to at least Three of his many huge hits

Lastly, our Anagram has a namesake who is also a cultural icon from a different time! What is this namesake famous for?

In summary here’s what we need:

1) Who does “Heckling Perturbed Men”  unscramble to become?

2)What is his real name?

3) Give us the titles to at least three of his hits?

4) our anagram shares his “Stage name with another cultural icon from another time, what is HE most famous for?

Meanwhile as your arranging the letters in every combination imaginable, why not click on the Omnivore Recordings home page link just below and pick up some great new music!

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:Remember, you can answer the weekly Trivia  question as often as you like, but can only win a Groovy Omnivore CD every 30 days!…

4 Comments

  1. Engelbert Humperdinck
    Arnold George Dorsey
    Release Me
    After The Lovin’
    The Last Waltz
    Took name from 19th century German opera composer famous for Hansel and Gretel

    • Hey John,
      Great to see you, and you never disappoint! First one in and the only one with all the derails about “the original” Engelbert Humperdinck!
      See you next Tuesday!…
      Rick

    • Hey Randy,
      First one in! Way to go! And, welcome to Sixties Music Secrets, it’s great to have you join in the conversation. Please don’t be a stranger!
      Best,
      Rick / SMS

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