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Rock Quiz: John Lee Hooker [September 24]

Q) ‘Boom Boom’ by John Lee Hooker went to #60 on the US Billboard Charts 50 years ago – in 1962. 30 years later – in 1992 – it climbed into the Top 20 on the UK charts after it was featured in a TV commercial for what American company?

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Rock Quiz: Bruce Springsteen [September 21]

Q) Bruce Springsteen once covered a Beatles song at a concert and introduced it by saying it was the first song he learned to play on the guitar. Which song?

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Rock Quiz: Blue Oyster Cult [September 20]

Q) Many of the songs on Blue Oyster Cult’s ‘Fire Of Unknown Origin’ were intended for a movie soundtrack, but only one actually made it. What movie?

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Rock Quiz: Van Halen [September 19]

Q) For many years, which NFL team played the Van Halen song “Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love” at its stadium when the defense forced a turnover?

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Rock Quiz: Jimi Hendrix [September 18]

Q) In March 2010, nearly 40 years after his death, Jimi Hendrix hit #4 on the Billboard Hot 200 Album Chart with his posthumous release, ‘Valleys of Neptune’. Who held the previous record for the longest span between Top Five albums for deceased artists?

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Rock Quiz: Dire Straits [September 17]

Q) An 11-minute version of ‘Sultans of Swing’ was played at the 70th birthday tribute to this man in 1988. Who?

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Rock Quiz: Bob Seger [September 13]

Q) ‘Against the Wind’ was Bob Seger’s one, and only, number one album. It spent six weeks at number one and knocked off an album that had been number one for 15 weeks. Which album?

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Rock Quiz: The Doors [September 10]

Q) Who sang with The Doors when they were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1993?

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Rock Quiz: Warren Zevon [September 7]

Q) Warren Zevon passed away on this day in 2003 at the age of 56. His biggest hit 'Werewolves of London' was released in 1978, but three years prior, ironically on this date in 1975, the singer who helped Warren get his first record deal played the song live on stage in Pennsylvania. He later co-produced Warren's album 'Excitable Boy'. Who is it?

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Rock Quiz: Name the Band [September 6]

Q) On this day in 1989, the Pittsburgh Steelers were prevented from practicing at Three Rivers Stadium because this band was rehearsing for an upcoming show. Which band?

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