- A few weeks back in our Common Knowledge game we featured clips from artists who had done double duty as both host and musical guest on Saturday Night Live. Add a new entry to that list on April 2nd!
- Motown does the White House
- The "Big Man" discusses his health and tour rumors regarding Bruce Springsteen
- Bob Seger covers a Tom Waits classic as the first single from his new album......a song that Rod Stewart made a hit after Seger mentioned recording it 20 years ago
- Could one band reunite soon without one of its founding members?
Welcome to the first in our series of Everything Oldies Games! Play along and show off your knowledge of the music of the 50's, 60's, 70's, and 80's by leaving a comment with your answers. Our first game is Common Knowledge. We'll give you a series of 4 songs accompanied by video. You tell us what they have in common. ***KEEP IN MIND THE COMMON BOND COULD BE FOUND IN THE SONGS, THE ARTISTS, AND/OR THE VIDEO CLIPS*** We'll give you the answers for the entire week in Friday's Everything Oldies
ANSWERS TO PREVIOUS COMMON KNOWLEDGE GAMES:
Tuesday 2/15/2011: All clips were songs that appeared on movie soundtracks
Wednesday 2/16/2011: All clips featured artists from Detroit, Michigan
Thursday 2/17/2011: All clips featured artists who hosted prime time TV variety shows in the 60's and 70's
Monday 2/21/2011: All clips featured artists who both hosted and served as musical guests on Saturday Night Live
Tuesday 2/22/2011: All clips featured artists who performed at the Live Aid concerts in either London or Philadelphia
Wednesday 2/23/2011: All clips featured songs that hit #1 on both the Billboard Hot 100 AND Country charts
Golden Hits Radio and GHR-2's Burning Question of the Day
Today (2/28) in 1977, which legend was attacked by an audience member who tried to strangle him with a rope?
Check back tomorrow at Everything Oldies for the answer, and leave a comment here with your best guess!
Yesterday's Burning Question (and Answer) of the Day
Filming began today in 1964 on a movie called Eight Arms To Hold You. Who were the stars of that movie, and what was the title under which it was eventually released?
Answer: The movie, starring The Beatles, eventually became A Hard Day's Night