Q) The 1976 Alice Cooper ‘Goes to Hell’ tour was cancelled before it ever started because Alice was suffering with anemia. If the tour had happened, the stage was going to built like a giant one of these – a place and a concept Alice considered to be hell. What?
Q) This British group was the most successful band in the UK in the 1970's with 17 Top 20 hits and six #1 songs between 1971 and 1976. But they only cracked the Top 20 in the US once and that wasn't until 1984. What group?
Q) In 2000, a cover version of this song won a Grammy for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance. In 1970, it peaked at #8 and stayed on the Billboard charts for more than a year, becoming the biggest hit for a Canadian group. What song?
Q) Former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman is 76 years old today. Born William George Perks in 1936, he has had a number of interests besides music in his life: photographer, author, amateur archaeologist, and restaurant owner. Which Stones album is Bill's restaurant named after?
Q) British design group Hipgnosis designed the album cover for Bad Company’s ‘Desolation Angels’ as well as earlier releases ‘Bad Company’ and ‘Straight Shooter’. The same year ‘Desolation Angels’ came out, Hipnosis did the cover for wh…