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23 Drummers quizzes and 265 Drummers trivia questions.
  '90s Rock Bands' Drummers    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Name which band each person is a member of by matching the band to their drummer. These are all '90s rock bands and all percussionists, so, feel the beat and ROCK ON!
Easier, 10 Qns, LeoDaVinci, Mar 18 22
LeoDaVinci editor
Mar 18 22
246 plays
  (At Least) Twelve Drummers Drumming   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Any quiz about the best rock drummers is always going to be subjective. Here are at least twelve rock drummers who would feature on most people's lists...
Average, 10 Qns, 1nn1, Nov 20 17
1nn1 gold member
Nov 20 17
365 plays
  Ten Drummers Drumming    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Question: How many rock drummers does it take to change a lightbulb? Answer: Five, one to screw the bulb in, and four to talk about how much better Neil Peart could have done it. But enough of the jokes, find these ten drummers drumming.
Average, 10 Qns, darksplash, Jul 06 19
Jul 06 19
380 plays
  (Hard) Rock Drummers   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
"Bangin' on your bongos like a chimpanzee, now that ain't working" go the lyrics of a famous 80s song. But which famous drummers really knew how to bang their bongos?
Easier, 10 Qns, Debarrio, Aug 27 19
Debarrio gold member
Aug 27 19
566 plays
  Twelve Drummers Drumming   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Every rock band has its drummer. The following musicians represent some of the best drummers and percussionists in the business.
Easier, 10 Qns, nmerr, Dec 26 12
nmerr gold member
493 plays
  The Gig is Up (But the Beat Goes On) - Drummers   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
My tribute to just a few of the legendary timekeepers who are sadly no longer with us. Thanks for playing, please take the time to rate.
Average, 10 Qns, doorsfan58, Feb 11 15
816 plays
  The Man at the Back   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
"And the man in the back said everyone attack and it turned into a ballroom blitz..." except it wasn't the man at the back who said it, but the guy at the front. This quiz is dedicated to men (or women) at the back!
Average, 10 Qns, EnglishJedi, Aug 11 20
EnglishJedi gold member
Aug 11 20
207 plays
  Who Is the Drummer    
Multiple Choice
 25 Qns
Real simple...I name the band, you give me the drummer.
Average, 25 Qns, Spoon-72, Jan 27 23
Jan 27 23
1402 plays
  Yes, I Was In That Group   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
We always remember the main man, or woman, but which group featured these "unsung heroes" - the drummer?
Average, 10 Qns, murdi, Jul 25 09
695 plays
  Wow! You Sing AND Play Drums?   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
When thinking of singer/musicians, many forget those hardworking tunesmiths who sing while beating on the drums. How many famous drummer/singers do you know of? Take the quiz to find out.
Average, 10 Qns, Tserrof84, Jun 25 10
452 plays
trivia question Quick Question
Who was the original drummer for Black Sabbath?

From Quiz "Twelve Drummers Drumming"

  Best Seat In The House : Drummers    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
The spotlight is usually on the singer or the guitarist but a good drummer makes the band, just as a bad one ruins it. Let's have a look at the lad/lass at the back.
Tough, 15 Qns, thula2, Nov 30 11
261 plays
  The Beat of a Different Drummer    
Multiple Choice
 20 Qns
This is a quiz to test how much you know about some of the drummers in music. I will give you the name of the drummer, you tell me the band.
Average, 20 Qns, slowglass, Feb 12 19
Feb 12 19
1461 plays
  Who Whacked the Tubs? #2   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz is the second chance to identify the often unsung heroes who sit at the back of a band.
Average, 10 Qns, nadrak, Jul 19 07
672 plays
  Spot the Drummer Drumming    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
You will get the names of band members and all you have to do is to name the drummer. Sounds easy enough, you might say, but is it?
Average, 10 Qns, gme24, Dec 13 17
gme24 gold member
Dec 13 17
250 plays
  The Beat Goes On    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
I'll name the drummer, you name the band.
Average, 10 Qns, lovesmoodies, Jul 22 20
Jul 22 20
1307 plays
  Drummers of the British Invasion    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
The British Invasion was an integral part of the music of the 1960s. Here is a list of groups who were part of this "invasion." Can you name the drummer who performed with these groups during the British Invasion?
Average, 10 Qns, Casey__Wise, Mar 15 21
Mar 15 21
192 plays
  Rock/Metal Drummer Quiz    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Here's a quiz about drummers from various rock and metal bands.
Average, 10 Qns, mex, Jan 24 12
275 plays
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Here is an easy quiz featuring 10 drummers from bands. See if you can find the right drummer in the multiple choice answers. Try it and good luck!
Average, 10 Qns, califredrose, Nov 05 17
Nov 05 17
1615 plays
  Drummers Keep The Beat    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A quiz solely about drummers/percussionists.
Tough, 10 Qns, EddieDrums, Jan 15 12
288 plays
  Drummer/percussionists & gigs on the side    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
A drummer/percussionist will be listed who works or has worked in an established group. Listed will be four possible side projects or one-offs. One of the four responses will not be correct. Select the incorrect project.
Difficult, 15 Qns, JamesLake, Dec 05 03
325 plays
  Who Whacked The Tubs? #1   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
I have picked a mixture of fairly well -known songs, all you have to do is identify the drummer who played on them.
Average, 10 Qns, nadrak, Jul 17 07
718 plays
  Drummers and Drum Kits    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Hello and welcome to my third quiz. I hope you enjoy it. It is about famous drummers. After the questions on drum kits, I write the band, you write the drummer in the box.
Tough, 10 Qns, TriviaBoss12, Nov 24 19
Nov 24 19
471 plays
  Little Drummer Boy: Drummers Starting Off    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz will focus on the early part of famous drummers' careers. Drums are the backbone to all music--well, all music with drums in it! So enjoy and I hope you learn something as well.
Tough, 10 Qns, dan2626, May 05 10
336 plays

Drummers Trivia Questions

1. The original line-up of Pink Floyd was Syd Barrett, Roger Waters, Nick Mason and Richard Wright. Who was the drummer?

From Quiz
Spot the Drummer Drumming

Answer: Nick Mason

This was the original line-up of Pink Floyd before Syd Barrett left the band and was replaced by David Gilmour in late 1967. Syd Barrett was on guitar and lead vocals, Roger Water on bass and vocals and Richard Wright on keyboards and vocals. The first three albums of the band were "The Piper at the Gates of Dawn", "A Saucerful of Secrets" and "More". Nick Mason was born in Edgabaston, Birmingham in 1947. He studied architecture in Regent Street Polytechnic.

2. This musician is arguably the most influential of all rock drummers of the twentieth century. He got a start in the New Yardbirds in August 1968 but was better known for his subsequent group. He died tragically in 1980 aged 32. Who was he?

From Quiz (At Least) Twelve Drummers Drumming

Answer: John Bonham

John Bonham was born in 1948 in England and was an apprentice carpenter playing in bands such as A Way of Life and Crawling King Snakes. After the demise of The Yardbirds, guitarist Jimmy Page formed the New Yardbirds and recruited Robert Plant, who in turn nominated Mr Bonham. Together with John Paul Jones, the quartet formed Led Zeppelin, a nod to their self-assessment of the chances of them succeeding. They thought they would "go down like a lead balloon". The strength of Led Zeppelin as a band was each musician was a master of his own instrument. In 2011 and 2016 "Rolling Stone" magazine ranked John Bonham number one in their list of the "100 Greatest Drummers of All Time." Certainly he was one of the most influential drummers in his day. Dave Grohl, in a 2010 "Rolling Stone" interview stated, "John Bonham played the drums like someone who didn't know what was going to happen next - like he was teetering on the edge of a cliff. No one has come close to that since, and I don't think anybody ever will. I think he will forever be the greatest drummer of all time. You have no idea how much he influenced me". Anyone who doubts these credentials need look no further than "Good Times Bad Times" (1969) with its two beat opening. John Bonham pioneered the use of bass drum triplets. Witness the spaces he left between the beats in "Kashmir" (1975) or the funk-like groove in "The Ocean" (1973). John Bonham died on 25 September 1980 of an acute alcohol related cause. On 4th December the band issued a statement " "We wish it to be known that the loss of our dear friend and the deep respect we have for his family, together with the sense of undivided harmony felt by ourselves and our manager, have led us to decide that we could not continue as we were."

3. Since I introduced this quiz with lyrics from the 1976 classic "The Ballroom Blitz", which member of the classic line-up of the London-based glam rock band Sweet was 'The Man at the Back' (ie the drummer)?

From Quiz The Man at the Back

Answer: Mick Tucker

The classic Sweet line-up from the early-mid 1970s was the Glaswegian lead vocalist Brian Connolly, a Welshman from Wrexham, Andy Scott, on lead guitar, and a pair of Londoners, bassist Steve Priest and drummer Mick Tucker. This was the period when Sweet produced six singles that reached the top two in the UK chart, although only "Blockbuster", in 1973, made it to the top spot.

4. Playing drums is difficult enough but imagine playing drums with just one arm. Def Leppard's drummer lost his left arm in an auto accident. What is the name of the drummer known as "Thunder God?"

From Quiz Twelve Drummers Drumming

Answer: Rick Allen

Despite the loss of his arm, Allen continued as the band's percussionist with their full support, compensating for the loss of his arm with the use of his legs. Engineers custom-built an electronic drum set so he could use his legs to manipulate sounds normally produced by his missing arm. His performance at the "Monsters of Rock" festival in 1986 was his first since his accident. It was a success.

5. A very famous singer said this about his very famous band's drummer. "Is ________ the best drummer in the world?" "He's not even the best drummer in ____________________!"

From Quiz Best Seat In The House : Drummers

Answer: Ringo / The Beatles

Poor old Ringo! The quote was of course by cheeky-chappy John Lennon. Ringo got lots of stick for his rather loose style of drumming, and even compliments seemed to have an underlying feel of unwarranted mockery. However, it is true that Paul McCartney had to do a bit of drumming in the studio as Ringo just couldn't get it right. He's my favourite Beatle, partly because of his "friendly" drumming stlye, and also because he seems the least clichéd, and the most likely to be a laugh down the pub.

6. Not exactly a real drummer, but a wild performer nonetheless. Who is the crazed drummer of the fictional band Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem as well as of the Muppet Show Orchestra?

From Quiz (Hard) Rock Drummers

Answer: Animal

Animal was rumoured to be inspired by Keith Moon, mainly due to the bushy eyebrows and his wild behavior, on and off stage. Animal: [roars] Muppet: Oh, yeah, that's Animal. Show 'em what you do, Animal. Animal: Eat drums! [chews on a cymbal] Muppet: No, no, no, beat drums, beat drums! Animal: Beat drums! Beat drums! [beats the drums with his head] Muppet: Down, Animal! Animal: Down! Muppet: Sit! Animal: Sit! [He sits quietly for a moment, panting, then snickers to the camera] From: "The Muppet Movie" (1979)

7. What band is Bill Ward from?

From Quiz Rock/Metal Drummer Quiz

Answer: Black Sabbath

Black Sabbath is considered to be the first heavy metal band and has influenced a number of bands including Metallica. Their self-titled debut album was released on Friday February 13, 1970. Bill Ward endorses Tama drums and Sabian cymbals.

8. This female singer had "Only Just Begun" playing drums with the band Spectrum before she hit it big as the lead vocalist and sometimes drummer of a brother/sister duo. Name her.

From Quiz Wow! You Sing AND Play Drums?

Answer: Karen Carpenter

Karen Carpenter was part of the band "The Carpenters," whose other member was her brother, Richard. The two had a string of hits throughout the 1970s, including "We've Only Just Begun" and, of course, "Close To You." Though she served as the lead vocalist for the band, she also often played the drums for their songs on their recordings and in live performances. However, as the Carpenters gained popularity, demand to see Karen (her position behind the drums obscured her from the audience during live performances) led her to stand and sing many of her songs, and by 1976, she no longer played the drums for the band at all. Her brother, though, has noted that she always considered herself a "drummer who sang."

9. In which wild Newcastle band did John Steele play drums?

From Quiz Yes, I Was In That Group

Answer: The Animals

Singer Eric Burdon had a moderately successful solo career following the break up of The Animals, as did keyboard player Alan Price. Bassist Chas Chandler had success of another kind as manager of Jimi Hendrix.

10. Considered by many to be the greatest jazz drummer of all time, this legendary icon passed away on April 2, 1987, from heart failure following surgery to remove a malignant brain tumor.

From Quiz The Gig is Up (But the Beat Goes On) - Drummers

Answer: Buddy Rich

Born on September 30, 1917, Buddy was already gigging as a solo performer with his vaudeville act "Traps the Drum Wonder" by 1921, and was a regular performer on the Broadway circuit at four years old, becoming the second highest paid child entertainer in the world. Amazing is the fact that he never received any formal lessons, and never played unless he was performing. By 1939, he was backing Tommy Dorsey, and then later playing with jazz legends Dizzy Gillespie, Louis Armstrong, Charlie Ventura, and of course, Gene Krupa. In later years, Buddy toured with his own bands, performed at his two nightclubs to SRO crowds, and was a regular on many T.V. talk shows. His honors, awards, and special performances are too numerous to list, and his influence over drummers of all genres continues to this day. Buddy is buried in the Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles, CA.

11. The Sex Pistols released "God Save The Queen" from their 1977 album. Who was their drummer?

From Quiz Who Whacked the Tubs? #2

Answer: Paul Cook

This song was a somewhat scathing tribute to Queen Elizabeth II's Silver Jubilee.

12. Who played drums on "Da Doo Ron Ron" by The Crystals?

From Quiz Who Whacked The Tubs? #1

Answer: Hal Blaine

Paul Cook was the drummer with the Sex Pistols, Milt Turner played with Ray Charles and Gregg Errico was with Sly and the Family Stone.

13. Pacific, or PDP, have made a series of snares. What are they called?

From Quiz Drummers and Drum Kits

Answer: 805

You can get different colours for these: green, blue, purple and you can also get fluorescents.

14. Who is the drummer for Van Halen?

From Quiz Who Is the Drummer

Answer: Alex Van Halen

Alex is the drummer of Van Halen and the older brother of guitarist Eddie Van Halen. Believe it or not, but when the two brothers started to play instruments, Alex was on guitar and Eddie was on drums.

15. Who's the drummer who lost his arm and continues to play for the band Def Leppard?

From Quiz Drummers!

Answer: Rick Allen

Rick Allen is one amazingly talented person. He didn't let losing his arm stop him from performing....

16. He was energetic, and some say a little bit crazy, and drugs took their toll, and his life. Which drummer played in a band called The High Numbers before they became known for Who they became?

From Quiz Ten Drummers Drumming

Answer: Keith Moon

The Who were previously known as The Detours, then The High Numbers. They played the first Woodstock festival, in 1969, but Jon Entwhistle later said it was "probably the worst-ever festival experience we ever had." Moon was known for his drugs excesses and died on September 7, 1978 after taking a combination of sleeping pills and alcohol. That death occurred in the same London apartment where Mama Cass Elliott had died four years before. Looking back, Keith Moon is considered as someone who changed music. His biographer Tony Fletcher said Moon: "did nothing short of revolutionizing the drums." "...Keith was the first to treat the drums as though they were a lead instrument...He really made the drums an instrument that spoke very much in the same way that a lead guitar does." In a feature "The 100 Best Drummers Ever" in 2016, Rolling Stone magazine placed Keith Moon at number two.

17. The band, The Strokes line-up was Fabrizzio Moretti, Julian Casablancas, Nick Valensi, Nikolai Fraiture and Albert Hammond Jr. Who was the drummer?

From Quiz Spot the Drummer Drumming

Answer: Fabrizzio Moretti

The band, The Strokes was formed in New York in 1998. Their first three albums were "Is This It" in 2001, "Room on Fire", in 2003 and "First Impressions of Earth". Albert Hammond Jr. was on keyboards and rhythm guitar, Julian Casablancas was the lead singer and main songwriter, Nick Valensi was on lead guitar and Nikolai Fraiture on bass. Fabrizzio Moretti was born in 1980 in Rio de Janeiro from a Brazilian mother and Italian father. The family moved to New York when he was three years old. Fabrizzio studied at the State University of New York before embarking on his musical career.

18. Staying with 1970s glam rock, who is the stickman for Slade, one of two original 1969 members still playing with the group more than 45 years later?

From Quiz The Man at the Back

Answer: Don Powell

Founded in Birmingham in 1969, lead vocalist Noddy Holder MBE (real first name Neville) is the face that most people remember from this classic glam rock band. Holder and bass player Jimmy Lea, who wrote most of the band's hit songs, both departed in 1992. The two remaining original members, both still playing and touring with the band, are Devon-born guitarist Dave Hill and drummer Don Powell. Of the alternatives, the late Dave Mount was the drummer for glam rock band Mud; Canadian Warren Cann was the drummer and electronic percussionist with new wave band Ultravox; and Dale "Buffin" Griffin (real first name Terence) was the drummer for the 70s rock band Mott the Hoople. By the way, do you know what you call someone who hangs out with musicians? No, it's not a groupie ... it's a drummer. :)

19. This next drummer needs no introduction. He played drums for The Beatles. Who is he?

From Quiz Twelve Drummers Drumming

Answer: Ringo Starr

Born Richard Starkey in Liverpool, England, Ringo enjoyed worldwide fame when The Beatles became a household name in 1964. He contributed much to the band's sound, although he sometimes felt that he was not contributing enough to the band's songwriting efforts. He wrote "Octopus's Garden" and co-wrote other songs. Ringo later branched out into acting, appearing in films such as "Caveman" and the children's TV programs "Thomas the Tank & Friends" and "Shining Time Station."

20. Everyone knows Morrissey and Johnny Marr, but who was the drummer in The Smiths?

From Quiz Best Seat In The House : Drummers

Answer: Mike Joyce

Joyce was in The Smiths right through their recording career, and while most focus has always been on Marr's innovative guitar playing and Morrissey's twisted wit, there's no doubt that the rhythm section was an integral part of the sound. When The Smiths broke up in 1987 Joyce went on to work with various artists, some of whom are quite high-profile, and even on some of Morrissey's solo work. Then, in the mid-90s hostilities broke out between Joyce and Marr/Morrissey over disputed royalties which ended up with him winning a reported £1 million. Alan "Reni" Wren and Karl Burns are fellow Mancunians and played drums in The Stone Roses and The Fall respectively. Colombian-born Billy Murcia was the original drummer in The New York Dolls. However, he died before they recorded their debut album.

21. Guitarist/vocalist Skip Spence played in an early lineup of Quicksilver Messenger Service and co-founded Moby Grape, but with what band did he debut as a drummer?

From Quiz Drummers Keep The Beat

Answer: Jefferson Airplane

Alexander "Skip" Spence, born in Ontario, Canada, played on Jefferson Airplane's debut album "Jefferson Airplane Takes Off",before he took off to co-form Moby Grape. While only playing on the one release with Jefferson Airplane, he managed two co-writing credits with "Blues From An Airplane" and "Don't Slip Away".

22. The drummer of The Who is considered by many as one of the most original drummers and by many more as one the most controversial. What was his name?

From Quiz (Hard) Rock Drummers

Answer: Keith Moon

The Who gained a reputation for destroying their instruments and speakers at the end of every gig. Moon did not hold back and once even blew up his drum kit by setting off fire works after playing "My Generation". He also drove his car into a swimming pool. His nickname Moon The Loon was easily coined, I suspect. In 1978, aged 32, Keith Moon died - ironically - of an overdose of a sedative used in treating alcohol addiction. Roger Daltrey (vocals), Pete Townshend (guitar) and John Entwistle (bass) were the other original members of The Who.

23. Who is the drummer for the progressive rock band Rush?

From Quiz Rock/Metal Drummer Quiz

Answer: Neil Peart

Neil Peart is considered the best drummer of all time by many fans, fellow musicians, and magazines. Peart joined Rush in 1974. Peart endorses Drum Workshop drums and Sabian cymbals.

24. This man served as a drummer with an "Invisible Touch" for a famous "biblical" English band, before being upgraded to lead singer when the band's original vocalist left to pursue a solo career. Name him.

From Quiz Wow! You Sing AND Play Drums?

Answer: Phil Collins

Collins was part of the group "Genesis," whose highest charting US hit was the Billboard Hot 100 #1 song "Invisible Touch," on which Collins sang lead. Interestingly, Collins was not Genesis's first choice to replace lead singer Peter Gabriel when he left the band. In fact, Genesis conducted a very lengthy search for a new lead vocalist, only settling on Collins after having auditioned over 400 potential replacements.

25. The great rock drummer Neil Peart has spent most of his career playing with the band Rush. Starting with the album "Fly by Night", what other band function did Neil show a great talent towards?

From Quiz Little Drummer Boy: Drummers Starting Off

Answer: writing lyrics

Neil's lyrics propelled the band to new levels, and eventually Neil took over writing most lyrics for the band. Playing keyboards was left up to bassist/vocalist Geddy Lee. Producing albums was done by various people, and as for background vocals, well Rush did not seem to have much of a need.

26. Mick Avory was the drummer for which hugely successful London outfit who, among other things, enjoyed a late evening "view from a bridge"?

From Quiz Yes, I Was In That Group

Answer: The Kinks

Brothers Ray and Dave Davies are more instantly recognised as the leading lights of this wonderful group. Ray Davies' songwriting talents bear comparison with the greats of the business. Mick Avory actually came in as a replacement drummer just prior to the beginning of the success story. One of their best loved hits was "Waterloo Sunset"-the "view from a bridge."

27. This "foxy" rocker replaced Peter Criss behind the skins for "The Hottest Band in the World" in 1980, remaining a popular and important member until his untimely death from cancer on November 21, 1991.

From Quiz The Gig is Up (But the Beat Goes On) - Drummers

Answer: Eric Carr

Eric Carr joined KISS on July 1, 1980, after being one of the last drummers interviewed to replace Peter on the levitating throne. Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley cite Eric's "unknown" quality, along with his double-bass technique and "heavier metal" style (compared to Peter's "groovin' jazz" approach) as several of the reasons for the choice. Born Paul Caravello on July 15, 1950, in Brooklyn, NY, Eric found his beat during the British Invasion of the early 60s, with Ringo as his first major influence. After forming a top-40 band in the mid-60s, then gigging with a number of disco-style bands throughout the 70s, Eric hit the big time when a friend suggested he try out for KISS after Peter's departure was announced, and the rest is history. Assuming his new stage name and (after some experimentation) his new persona as "the fox", Eric debuted with KISS on July 25th at the Palladium in New York. He was diagnosed with cancer soon after the "Hot in the Shade" tour in 1990, and passed away in 1991 despite aggressive treatments. Eric is buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery in New York.

28. "Dr Feelgood" by Motley Crue had the beats supplied by a well known drummer. Who was he?

From Quiz Who Whacked the Tubs? #2

Answer: Tommy Lee.

Tommy Lee is also known as the ex-husband of Pamela Anderson.

29. Who was the left - handed drummer who played on "Fireball" by Deep Purple?

From Quiz Who Whacked The Tubs? #1

Answer: Ian Paice

Ian Paice also played in Whitesnake for a time with fellow Purple band member, David Coverdale.

30. Who is the drummer for Metallica?

From Quiz Who Is the Drummer

Answer: Lars Ulrich

Lars Ulrich started Metallica in 1979 with lead singer James Hetfield. The two met through a local newspaper in San Francisco called, "The Recycler".

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