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1. Back in '59 his mother told him "Don't Take Your Gun to Town". But the lad didn't listen and paid the price. Who was this foolish boy?
2. "Oh, I wonder wonder wonder wonder who. Who wrote the book of love?" Well-- who is it?
3. Instrumentals seemed to be a lot more popular "back in the day." In 1962 "Midnight In Moscow" almost made it to the top of the charts. Say... who made that record anyway?
4. It was '61 and Sue Thompson had a big crush on Norman. She was turning down dates all over the place. She even turned down Joey! Where did Joey want to take Sue on a date?
5. Starting in 1958, which fellow made the Top 40 five years in a row with his only hit... a seasonal favorite?
6. If Elvis was the "King Of Rock 'n Roll" this teen age idol would have to be the Prince. Prior to the beginning of the "British Invasion" he had sixteen Top Ten hits; afterwards... one. Who was he?
7. Before being replaced by Elvis' "Stuck On You", this Toronto-born entertainer held down the Number One spot for nine weeks in 1960. Who was he?
8. Over five years before becoming rock and roll mega-stars in the early '60s, the Four Seasons had a minor hit under another name. What was it?
9. Lots of grief and untimely endings in those Top 40 tunes. Which of these hits did NOT involve the death of a loved one?
10. This harmonica playing singer exploded onto the music scene with a Number One record in the summer of '63. He wouldn't have another Number One for over nine years. Who was he?
Source: Author JRooowe
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