- Have you always wanted to make a music video? Now's your chance.....for none other than Sir Elton John!
- Could we have a new Bruce Springsteen solo album before he gets the E Street Band back together again? One of the band members thinks so!
- A singer whose heyday was the peak of the disco era has died
- One of Canada's best musical exports gets his due in Hollywood
What's In A Name?
Welcome to the latest in our series of Everything Oldies Games! We call this one "What's In A Name?". We'll give you the origin of a band's name heard every day at either Golden Hits Radio or GHR-2, and you fill in the blank with the name of the band. The answers will appear in the next day's edition of Everything Oldies.
- These Rock & Roll Hall of Famers were named after a Muddy Waters song _________________________________
- Another Rock & Roll Hall of Fame supergroup was named after an American spy plane _________________________________
- This 60's group's name came from a 20's era blues song ___________________________________
Answers to the Tuesday (3/22/2011) What's In A Name?
1) Air Supply
2) The Bay City Rollers
3) Creedence Clearwater Revival -- Tom Fogerty had a friend named Credence, "clear water" was a phrase used in a TV commercial for Olympia beer, and "revival" came from the renewed commitment to the band
Golden Hits Radio & GHR-2's Burning Question of the Day
From 1958-1989, a total of four songs are tied for the record of #1 song with the shortest title. Three of them have the same artist involved. How many can you name?
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
What was the last album released commercially in the 8-track tape format?
Answer: Fleetwood Mac's "Greatest Hits" album in 1988