Yes, it’s Trivia Tuesday for June 18th. Brought to us each week by the Fab Folks at Omnivore Recordings! Your number one destination for the coolest music on the planet and the only place to find All the music you didn’t know, you didn’t know!
Meanwhile, before we get to this week’s question, we’d like to recognize the absolutely brilliant readers who all correctly answered last week’s question which was: We listed four 60’s Superstars who used the word“Brother” in their name, i.e. The Walker Bros and The Isley Bros! We wanted to know which were actually Brothers and the titles to two of their hits? Here are the Fab Five loyal readers who got it right! Faster than a speeding bullet Super Steve Winogradsky, Followed dangerously close by Fast Fred Vogel, followed by Crash Curtis Stone, then Righteous Ron Wood! But, this week it’s Mark L. Chapman who is last week’s winner and recipient of a very cool Omnivore Recordings CD! Congratulations Mr. C !
But Now! It’s time for this week’s question: We’re all familiar with the band Their classic Logo / Trademark has been featured on nearly every one of their album cover’s since the 1960’s! However did you know that this great Trademark was created by another 1960’s Superstar who started a graphic design business as his record sales started to fade! So, here’s what we need
1) The name of this talented 60’s artist who designed CHICAGO’S classic Logo / Trademark?
2) The name of the classic 60’s act he was a part of?
3) The titles to at least two of his huge hits?
4) The name of his graphic design company?
5) The name of one other artist, where he designed THEIR album cover as well?
And here’s an SMS fun fact: did you know that the Chicago Logo was deliberately designed to resemble the logo for “Coca Cola”?…Check it out, can you see it? Meanwhile, as you consider this week’s question, check out Omnivore recordings Homepage, that’s their link just below!
Remember you can answer the Trivia Question as often as you like,but can only win a Groovey Omnivore CD every two weeks!