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Found in Arts & Literature:

Q: What composer wrote the "Pomp and Circumstance" marches?    A: Edward Elgar
Q: Who composed the "Goldberg Variations"?    A: Johann Sebastian Bach
Q: Chopin played what instrument as a child?    A: The piano
Q: Which famous classical composer's music was featured in the film "Clockwork Orange"?    A: Beethoven's

Found in Geography:

Found in Entertainment:

Q: What is a platinum record awarded for?     A: An LP selling a million copies
Q: Who said: "We are more popular than Jesus"?     A: John Lennon
Q: What popular artist sang the words: "I'm afraid of Americans"?     A: David Bowie
Q: What is the leading female singer in an opera called?     A: The Prima Donna
Q: What was the only color Johny Cash wore on stage?     A: Black
Q: Who composed the title music to TV's "Inspector Morse"?     A: Barrington Pheloung
Q: Who produced the Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" album?     A: George Martin
Q: Ernest Evans became famous under what name?     A: Chubby Checker
Q: Which song from The Beatles' the "White Album" was originally entitled "Maharishi"?     A: Sexy Sadie
Q: Which song from the "White Album" was originally titled "Maharishi"?     A: Sexy Sadie
Q: What is Kenny G's real surname?     A: Gorelick
Q: Who did Bruno Mars start his singing career as a child by impersonating?     A: Elvis Presley
Q: What is Paul Stanley's persona name in the band KISS?     A: The Starchild
Q: What is Gene Simmons' persona name in the band KISS?     A: The Demon
Q: What is Peter Chriss' persona name in the band KISS?     A: The Catman
Q: What is Ace Frehley's persona name in the band KISS?     A: Spaceman or Space Ace
Q: What don't the children need in Pink Floyd's "Another Brick In The Wall"?     A: An education
Q: Whose concerts formed the basis of the documentary film "Rattle and Hum"?     A: U2's
Q: Who sang the track "Think" for the 1980 album "The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording"?     A: Aretha Franklin
Q: What was the very first Andrew Lloyd Webber musical to be adapted to film?     A: Jesus Christ Superstar
Q: Which former member of Genesis had a hit with "One More Night"?     A: Phil Collins
Q: Which musical act went by the name "Two Tons O' Fun" in their early carrier?     A: The Weather Girls
Q: John Simon Ritchie became famous under what name?     A: Sid Vicious
Q: In which musical did Barbra Streisand disguise herself as a man?     A: Yentl
Q: Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe make up what pop band?     A: Pet Shop Boys
Q: The parents of which Rock and Roll superstar were called Vernon and Gladys?     A: Elvis
Q: What was the first solo album released by Roger Waters?     A: The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking
Q: Which band recorded the album titled "Slippery When Wet"?     A: Bon Jovi
Q: Who released the 1979 song "Rock 'n' Roll High School"?     A: The Ramones
Q: Who released the 1970 album "After the Gold Rush"?     A: Neil Young
Q: Which band would you associate with Steve Cradock?     A: Ocean Colour Scene
Q: Terence Nelhams-Wright became better knows as who?     A: Adam Faith
Q: Who had hits with the songs "Sledgehammer" and "Big Time" in the 1980s?     A: Peter Gabriel
Q: Who is often referred to as the "Fifth Beatle"?     A: Stu Sutcliffe
Q: Who was the first Beatles bass player?     A: Stu Sutcliffe
Q: Which record label signed The Beatles in 1962?     A: EMI
Q: Which three family members released an album titled "Priority" in 1979?     A: The Pointer Sisters
Q: Which singer wrote the autobiography "Take It Like a Man"?     A: Boy George
Q: Which singer's autobiography is titled "Take It Like a Man"?     A: Boy George's
Q: What is artist Beck's birth name?     A: Bek David Campbell
Q: The song "Almost Unreal" by Roxette was the lead single from the soundtrack to which 1993 film?     A: Super Mario Bros.
Q: Which artist once had a musical persona called "The Thin White Duke"?     A: David Bowie
Q: "Confide in Me" was a hit in 1994 for which singer?     A: Kylie Minogue
Q: Who sang the hit song "Confide in Me" in 1994?     A: Kylie Minogue
Q: From which musical did "One Night in Bangkok Makes a Hard Man Humble" and "I Know Him So Well" come?     A: Chess
Q: In the world of music, how is Leslie Sebastian Charles more commonly known as?     A: Billy Ocean
Q: Which member of Duran Duran produced "Kajagoogoo's" first single?     A: Nick Rhodes
Q: Who performed the 1977 song "Let's All Chant"?     A: The Michael Zager Band
Q: Which band released the song "Proud Mary" in 1969?     A: Creedence Clearwater Revival
Q: Which famous classical composer's music was featured in the film "Clockwork Orange"?     A: Beethoven's
Q: The song "I Talk to the Trees" comes from what musical?     A: Paint Your Wagon
Q: Who wrote the song "Moon River" performed by Audrey Hepburn in the film "Breakfast at Tiffany's"?     A: Henry Mancini

Found in History:

Q: Who is credited with inventing the saxophone?     A: Adolphe Sax

Found in Science & Nature:

Found in Miscellaneous:

Q: Who is credited with inventing the saxophone?     A: Adolphe Sax
Q: What is the connection between Johnny Logan and Sean Sherrard?     A: They are the same person

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