Yes it is, Trivia Tuesday for July 27th! Generously brought to us each and every Tuesday morning by all the Groovey people at Omnivore Recordings! Your only real option for all the music you didn’t know, you didn’t know! Meanwhile, before we get into this weeks all new Trivia Quiz, we’d like to acknowledge all the brilliant “Triviac’s” who weighed in on last week’s question! Which was: all about “Teenage Tragedy” songs! A strange genre of songs that were popular in the late 50’s thru the mid 60’s! Only two readers weighed in on this bizarre segment of our musical history! First in with all the right answers was Mr. Ken Jones! Followed closely by Owen! Who added a few more ideas! Thanx and congrats to both you brilliant gents!
But now! It’s time for this weeks new SMS Trivia Question of the week: This week’s question is an Anagram and a wee bit more..Here is your Anagram…Shut it now, honey….Once you unscramble our Anagram you’ll find an international Super star of the highest level! But you won’t find any hits from the 60’s, however our Anagram has a cousin who, in the 60’s, was an international Super star of the highest level!, who had many hits through the decade! Who is this 60’s Super Star? Finally, give us the titles to at least 3 hits from our Anagram? And give us the titles to at least 3 hits from our Anagram’s cousin in the 1960’s Lastly, to archive SMS Super Genius status, give us the name of one other family member who also enjoyed a successful singing career ?
In summary, here’s what we need:
1) Who does “Shut it now, honey” unscramble to become ?
2) Give us the titles t o at least 3 of their hits ?
3) What is the name of their very popular singer / cousin from the 60’s ?
4) Give us the titles to at least 3 of their hits from the 60’s ?
5) to achieve SMS “Super Genius” status, give us the name of one more family member who enjoyed a successful singing career ?
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