How Well Do You Know the Beatles?
Did you used to (and maybe still do) love The Beatles? Do you still suffer from 'Beatlemania'? Then this trivia quiz is perfect for you! We want to test your knowledge of the most famous pop-rock group of all time. So join George, Paul, John, and Ringo as we quiz you about The Beatles!
Which Beatles Member Are You Like?
Even today, the Beatles are considered perhaps the most influential musical group of all time, and there are a number of reasons for that. They have used many different musical styles and each band member was very different from the other. Which of these 4 personalities are YOU most alike?
How Well Do You Remember the 1960's?
The Kinks The Rolling Stones The Shadows The Beatles What did the 1964 Civil Rights Act signed by President Johnson do?
Are You the Master of Trivia? Let's Find Out!
The Beach Boys The Beatles The Rolling Stones The Artwoods What song has the following lyrics: “Suddenly I’m not half the man I used to be / There’s a shadow hanging over me”?
How Much Do You Remember About the 1960s?
The Beatles The Monkees The Doors The Who Who was elected president of the United States on November 8th, 1960? Richard M. Nixon Ronald Reagan John F. Kennedy Dwight D. Eisenhower Which movie won an outstanding 11 Oscars in 1960?
What Came First? WHO Came First?
The Beatles formed in 1960, 2 years before The Rolling Stones. The Beatles The Rolling Stones Which of these artists was born first? Leonardo da Vinci was born in the town of Vinci, near Florence, in 1452.
Do You Remember These Nostalgic Songs?
So, how much do you think you know about Elvis, the Beatles and the rest? Test your memory with this awesome trivia test! Who sang the 1956 song "Long Tall Sally"?
Nothing Trivial About This Trivia Challenge!
The Beatles The Rolling Stones Aerosmith Frank Sinatra Dendrophobia is the fear of... Trees Veins Eagles Clouds Which Welsh poet insisted that we do not go gently into the night? "Do not go gentle into that good night" is the name of the poem, written in 1947 Dylan Thomas.
Can You Ace Our Elvis Presley Trivia Quiz?
Elvis cited the Beatles, Jane Fonda and the Smothers Brothers as dangerous influences in the memo to J. Edgar Hoover. Bob Dylan The Beatles Jane Fonda Smothers Brothers What was Elvis' biggest selling hit? By far Elvis' biggest hit, this ballad has sold over 25 million physical records worldwide.
What Happened First? A History Challenge!
The Beatles formed 5 years earlier in 1957 while the Rolling Stones formed in 1962. The band 'The Beatles' formed The band 'Rolling Stones' formed Try Again? It may be time to brush up on your history a bit.
Who Sang These Great Songs?
The Beach Boys The Monkees The Beatles Led Zepplin Who sang this popular song? Ray Charles Jimi Hendrix The Who The Doors Who sang this popular song? Leonard Cohen David Bowie John Lennon Paul McCarney Who sang this popular song?
Only 20% of People Ace This Naming Quiz!
The Eagles The Beatles The Killers The Breeders What was the real name of author Mark Twain? Samuel Leghorn Clement Robert Angston Wilson Janwillem van de Wetering Michael Leonidas Dertouzos What is the name of the longest river in Asia? Yangtze Red River Blue River Yellow River D.
Are You Knowledgeable Enough For This Quiz?
Locusts Ants Hornets Beatles What do you call a group of giraffes? A Tower A Lift A Crane A Neck Who was the director of movies such as Jaws, Raiders of the Lost Ark, and E.T? George Lucas Steven Spielberg Stanley Kubrick Francis Ford Coppola What was Picasso’s nationality?
The History of Music
The Beatles are number 1, followed by Garth Brooks and then Elvis Presley. Michael Jackson is number 7. The Beatles Garth Brooks Elvis Presley Michael Jackson Try Again? You have made some correct choices and answered some questions correctly.
Are You Over 50? Only You Can Pass This Test?
A silver bullet A single glove A golden bullet A business card Depositphotos When the Beatles first came to the U.S. in early 1964, we all watched them on The Show. The Ed Sullivan Show The Andy Williams Show Rowan and Martin's The Merv Griffin Show Depositphotos Get your kicks, .
How Much Do You Know About Christmas? Find Out Here!
The Beatles Mariah Carey Justin Bieber Elvis Presley Which movie is the song 'Walking in the Air' from? The Snowman The Grinch It's a Wonderful Life Home Alone Which plant do festive people associate kissing with?
True or False: Can You Guess Which Pop Facts Are True?
The philosopher's stone is a legendary artifact from days when the words "philosopher" and "wizard" were synonymous True False The Beatles were originally named The Quarrymen True!
Who Sang These Classic Songs?
Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' album, written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney The Beatles The Who The Beach Boys The Mamas and the Papas Who sang this classic song? Released in 1967 in the album 'Blowin' Your Mind!'
Beat This Tricky General Knowledge Test
In what year did The Beatles split up? 1970 1966 1972 1969 Which of these is NOT one of the five colors of the Olympic rings? Yellow Red Black Purple A screwdriver cocktail is orange juice, ice and which spirit? Vodka Rum Gin Brandy How many notes are there in a musical scale?
What's the Next Line?
What's the next line from 'Hey Jude', performed by The Beatles? Then you begin to make it better." You let her within, she makes it better." And from within, she makes it better." Only then you've been, in a place that's better." What's the next line from 'Piano Man' performed by Billy Joel?
What's Your Lucky Number? Take Our Test and Find Out!
Bob Marley – “Three Little Birds” Dolly Parton – “Working Nine to Five” Lil Wayne – “6 Foot 7 Foot” The Clash – “The Magnificent Seven” The Beatles – “Eight Days a Week” Don't know these songs! Pick a movie with a number in the title: Pick an object: Leave the rest to fate.
Famous People Photo Quiz: Can You Identify These?
John Lennon and Yoko Ono during the yearly flower festival in Amsterdam John Lennon and Yoko Ono begin their "bed protest" against the Vietnam War in Amsterdam, 1967 John Lennon and Yoko Ono taking a photo for the latest Beatles album, 1970 John Lennon visits the house of Yoko's parents in Tokyo, 1973
Are You a True Baby Boomer?
These words undoubtedly contributed to their giant fame, reportedly eclipsing that of John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart, Cary Grant and the Beatles. Good night, Chet Sleep well. Good night, Irene. Good night, Gracie. See you later, alligator. Until tomorrow. Good night, Steve...
This Test Is INCREDIBLY HARD If You're Not a Baby Boomer