Special Sub-Topic: John Cougar Mellencamp
|Which state does John Mellencamp hail from?|
Indiana. John Mellencamp was born in Seymour, Indiana, and lives in Bloomington.
|Which of the following albums was released first?|
'American Fool'. American Fool was released in 1982 and contained 'Jack and Diane' and 'Hurts So Good'.
|Together with Willie Nelson and Neil Young, what did John Mellencamp form in 1985?|
Farm Aid. John Mellencamp received no remuneration for his work with Farm Aid.
|Who did John Cougar Mellencamp dedicate the album 'Scarecrow' to?|
His grandfather. Mellencamp's grandfather, 'Speck', had died in at the end of 1983, shortly before the writing of Scarecrow began.
|In 1975, Mellencamp dyed his hair green and blue for a special concert inspired by whom?|
David Bowie. Mellencamp was inspired by David Bowie in his early years.
|In which country did John Cougar have his first number one single?|
Australia. 'I need a Lover' was Mellencamp's first Number One single.
|Which of the following performers does not appear in the lyrics of R.O.C.K. in the USA?|
The Big Boppa. As well as 'Frankie Lyman, Bobby Fuller, Mitch Ryder (they were rockin'!)
|Which song contains the words: 'Got nothing against the big towns, still hayseed enough to say, look who's in the big town'?|
Small Town. Ahhh. 'Small Town' - the anthem of the Mid-West!
|Which songwriter worked with John Mellencamp throughout the 80's and 90's?|
George Green. George Green worked with Mellencamp from the beginning.
|What was the title of Mellencamp's first 'Greatest Hits' release in 1999?|
'The Best That I Could Do'. JCM figured that was the best way to describe it...
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