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1. Hailing from Butcher Holler, Kentucky, this "Coal Miner's Daughter" is one of several ladies to lay claim to the title "Queen Of Country Music". Known for songs such as "One's On The Way", "You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)" and "Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)", what is her name?
2. Opera: His recording of Puccini's "Nessun Dorma" was immortalised as an official theme of Italy's 1990 Football World Cup competition, but which of these tenors' dramatic and extensive vocal range caused him to be lauded as "King Of The High C's"?
3. With an unequalled twenty three gold records to her name, she is the undisputed "Queen of Salsa".
4. Prior to the plane crash which, tragically, took her life at 22 years of age, this "Princess of R&B" and movie star of "Romeo Must Die" and "Queen Of The Damned" was credited with redefining urban pop music.
5. Widely acknowledged as the "King of Reggae", this legendary music icon's group The Wailers are the only Jamaican group to achieve worldwide superstar status. His name?
6. The most famous of the three "Kings of the Blues Guitar", this artist and his guitar "Lucille" reached a new generation of fans when he collaborated with U2 on the single "When Love Comes To Town".
7. His record-breaking sixty-fifth performance at the legendary venue in 2015 cemented the reputation of this "Piano Man" as the "King of Madison Square Garden".
Famous for "Uptown Girl" and "Just The Way You Are", this singer-songwriter is a native of the Bronx, NYC.
8. He is celebrated for such rousing tunes as "The Stars And Stripes Forever" and "Liberty Bell" but it was his 1889 composition "The Washington Post March" that led to one journalist calling him "The March King." Name this composer.
9. Having written over a hundred original pieces of which "Maple Leaf Rag" and "The Entertainer" are probably the best known, this composer (1868-1917) was known at the height of his career as the "King of Ragtime".
10. This seminal hip-hop duo performed the number "King Of Rock" at the 1985 Live Aid concert but are best known for their cover version of Aerosmith's "Walk This Way" the following year. Together, Joseph Simmons and Daryl McDaniels are more commonly known as...?
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