Musical Mystery Questions
- Q1) The kids on which 1970s television show sang "Keep On (Groovin')"?
- Q2) Of the seven songs from Michael Jackson's Thriller album to reach the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100, which one spent the most weeks at #1?
- Q3) What does the title of Chumbawamba's 1997 hit song "Tubthumping" refer to?
- Q4) What kind of roof does the B-52's "Love Shack" have?
- Q5) In the Los Del Rio hit "The Macarena", what is the first name of the title character's boyfriend?
- Q6) What 1983 top ten song ends with "I'm Kilroy! Kilroy! Kilroy! Kilroy!"?
- Q7) What singer's 1974 single "Kung Fu Fighting" squeaked into the last spot in VH1's Greatest One-Hit Wonders countdown?
- Q8) What group took "Mony Mony" to #3 on the U.S. charts and #1 in the U.K. almost two decades before Billy Idol topped the Hot 100 with it in 1987?
- Q9) What "B" side of "Don't Be Cruel" also reached #1 in the U.S. for Elvis Presley?
- Q10) Which character in Grease owned the "Greased Lightnin'"?
- Q11) What Hank Ballard and the Midnighters 1959 "B" side to "Teardrops on Your Letter" became a huge hit for another artist the following year?
- Q12) What song, whose lyrics and video pay homage to Keppel and Betty Wilson, ended one year and began another in the 1980s at #1 in the Hot 100?
* Alexander K. McClure first credited our 16th President with this quote in "Abe" Lincoln's Yarns and Stories in 1904, and John Bartlett's Familiar Quotations echoed it in 1919, but the authenticity hasn't been verified as far as I can tell. P.T. Barnum also gets credited at times, but that's even less proven.