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Do You Remember? Trivia Quiz

Here are ten big Country music hits from the 1970s. Can you match them with the singer who recorded them?

A matching quiz by dcpddc478. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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3 mins
Match Quiz
Quiz #
Dec 03 21
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(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
1. "Behind Closed Doors"  
  Willie Nelson
2. "The Devil Went Down to Georgia"  
  Freddy Fender
3. "El Paso City"  
  Marty Robbins
4. "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain"  
  Ronnie Milsap
5. "Backside of Thirty"  
  Conway Twitty
6. "Before the Next Teardrop Falls"  
  Charlie Rich
7. "It Was Almost Like a Song"  
  Kenny Rogers
8. "Lucille"  
  John Conlee
9. "Hello Darlin'"  
  Charlie Daniels Band
10. "Rhinestone Cowboy"  
  Glen Campbell

Select each answer

1. "Behind Closed Doors"
2. "The Devil Went Down to Georgia"
3. "El Paso City"
4. "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain"
5. "Backside of Thirty"
6. "Before the Next Teardrop Falls"
7. "It Was Almost Like a Song"
8. "Lucille"
9. "Hello Darlin'"
10. "Rhinestone Cowboy"

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. "Behind Closed Doors"

Answer: Charlie Rich

Charlie Rich released "Behind Closed Doors", written by Kenny O'Dell, in 1973. It flew to the top of the charts where it stayed for the next five months. It helped Rich earn a Grammy award that year and is often listed as one of the greatest country songs of the 1970s.
2. "The Devil Went Down to Georgia"

Answer: Charlie Daniels Band

The 1979 hit "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" was written and recorded by the Charlie Daniels Band. It featured some of the finest fiddle playing of that decade. It tells the story of a boy named Johnny who plays Satan to see who is the best fiddle player. The song was featured in the 1980 film "Urban Cowboy" featuring John Travolta.
3. "El Paso City"

Answer: Marty Robbins

Written and recorded by Marty Robbins in 1976, "El Paso City" stayed on the country charts for almost three months. It was a remake of an earlier hit of his named simply "El Paso". The original is a tragic love song about a gunfighter who is killed after murdering the man who dishonored the woman he loved.

In "El Paso City" the singer recalls the original song and wonders if it could be about himself. The new version takes place in a jumbo jet over El Paso instead of the dusty streets of the city.
4. "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain"

Answer: Willie Nelson

Many credit the 1975 hit song "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain" as being Willie Nelson's first true hit. It jump-started his flagging career as a singer. Famous for his skills as a songwriter, Nelson's singing career skyrocketed after the release of this song and 40 years later he was still drawing huge crowds at his concerts.
5. "Backside of Thirty"

Answer: John Conlee

"Backside of Thirty" was written and recorded by John Conlee in 1979. It is the sad story of a broken marriage and family. It was on the charts for almost three months and many consider it to be one of Conlee's greatest hits.
6. "Before the Next Teardrop Falls"

Answer: Freddy Fender

"Before the Next Teardrop Falls" was a bilingual country song made famous by country star Freddy Fender in 1975. Although others before him had recorded it, it took Fender's Tex-Mex style to bring it to the top of the country charts. This love song can still be heard on classic country radio stations across North America.
7. "It Was Almost Like a Song"

Answer: Ronnie Milsap

One of Ronnie Millsap's greatest hits, "It Was Almost Like a Song" went to the top of the country music charts. Many consider this love song to be his greatest hit. He might also, since he named his autobiography "Almost Like a Song".
8. "Lucille"

Answer: Kenny Rogers

Released in 1977, "Lucille" was the first of Kenny Rogers many country hits as a soloist. The haunting song tells of a female who leaves her farmer husband and their children to go look for excitement. It is a sad song with no fairy tale ending. This was one of Kenny Rogers' biggest hits in Europe.
9. "Hello Darlin'"

Answer: Conway Twitty

The 1970 hit "Hello Darlin'" was a smash hit for singer Conway Twitty and went on to become his signature song. In many of his live concerts, Twitty would sing this song of lost love as a duet with country great Loretta Lynn. It was named the top country song of 1970 by Billboard Magazine.
10. "Rhinestone Cowboy"

Answer: Glen Campbell

Glen Campbell released "Rhinestone Cowboy" in 1975 and it quickly became one of the biggest hits that year. It topped both the country and pop charts as well as garnering a nomination for the Grammy award. One of Campbell's signature songs, it was heard at almost every concert Campbell ever did after its release.
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