Who Sang These Classic Songs?
Can you name the singer or band for each song? If you think so, take our challenge and name that singer. Don't forget to check the answers, we have a surprise for you there... Who sang this classic song?
Who Sang These Great Songs?
Who sang this popular song? Bob Dylan The Rolling Stones Aerosmith Little Richard Who sang this popular song? Jimi Hendrix Deep Purple Sting Diana Ross Who sang this popular song? Jefferson Airplane The Four Tops The Kinks Pink Floyd Who sang this popular song?
Will You Identify the Quoted Song?
Do you enjoy it often enough to remember some key lines from the 12 classic songs we're going to make you guess today? Let's put you to the test! Pick the song whose lyrics are shown above. The Lady is a Tramp She She's a Lady Lady in Red Pick the song whose lyrics are shown above.
Do You Remember These Nostalgic Songs?
Who sang the 1956 song "Long Tall Sally"? Chuck Berry Gene Vincent Fats Domino Little Richard In the Teddy Bears' song 'To Know Him Is to Love Him' what do their friends say will happen?
Do You Remember 70s Music?
How well do you remember the songs and singers of this great decade for music? Who sang 'Don't Stop 'Till You Get Enough', released in 1979? Michael Jackson David Bowie Barry White Diana Ross Which of These is NOT 70s song by Bob Dylan?
WDYK About Frank Sinatra?
The Voice of Frank Sinatra Sinatra The Frank Man The One and Only Frank Which of this is NOT a song famously sung by Frank Sinatra? Fly Me to the Moon I've Got You Under My Skin My Way Blue Christmas Sinatra counted himself among a select group of Las Vegas entertainers known as...
What Does Your Musical Taste Reveal About You?
Music seems to grip our soul better than any comparable experience, so much that we consider certain songs or pieces to be truly ‘ours’. The following psychological test has been designed to help you find out whether the music you adore suits your unique personality.
What's the Next Line?
Can you guess the next line from these classic songs? In this quiz, we will give you a few lines from 12 very famous songs, and you'll need to tell us which of the lines is the correct one. Can you pull off this feat of musical memory?
Can You Ace Our Elvis Presley Trivia Quiz?
Elektra Columbia Stax RCA Which song closed The King's famous '68 Comeback television special? He actually closed the so-called "black leather sit-down" shows with the song "Memories."
How Much Do You Know About Christmas? Find Out Here!
You'll be tested on your knowledge of Santa and his reindeer, festive films and songs, as well as the origins of this magical time. Give it a go and see how you fare! Which one of these is not one of Santa's reindeer?
Do You Remember These Classic Nursery Rhymes?
An English folk song and nursery rhyme dating back to the 17th century. Lavender's Blue Lavender's Green Dilly Dally You Shall Be Queen Can You Name the Nursery Rhyme? The rhyme as published today is usually attributed to American poet Eliza Lee Cabot Follen (1787–1860).
The Great CHRISTMAS Quiz!
In the song “Frosty the Snowman,” what made Frosty come to life? An old silk hat A wooden pipe Eyes of coal An old carrot What is the most best-selling Christmas song ever?
Can You Guess What These Words Used to Mean?
The word "jargon" comes from French, where the same word means ‘to chatter’, and it meant ‘a bird song’ back in the 14th century when it was added to English.
What's Your Lucky Number? Take Our Test and Find Out!
Shy Fun Caring Independent Positive Ambitious Patient Modest Pick a song number in the title: Barenaked Ladies – “One Week” Blur – “Song 2?
This Brilliant 1950s Quiz Is Truly a Blast From the Past
Alaska and Hawaii New Mexico and Arizona Utah and Oklahoma Colorado and Nebraska In 1956, Elvis had his first-ever hit song. What was it?
Which Musical Should You Watch Next?
This wonderful and rhythmic classic - which tells the story of a family preparing for a wedding on a small Greek island while discovering a host of romantic secrets from the past - is based on the beloved work of the legendary Swedish band ABBA and its most famous songs, such as 'Mamma Mia' (of course
How Much Do You Know About Country Music?
If so, then you've got to try this quiz, which will test your knowledge of country music, singers and songs. Who sang the classic hit, 'Jolene'? Dolly Parton Patsy Cline Tammy Wynette Which Johnny Cash song are these lyrics from? "I find it very, very easy to be true.
How Much Do You Know About English?
The song 'Ironic' by Alanis Morrissette is famous for misusing it the whole song through. Ironic Paradox Ambivalent Sarcasm English is an Enigma Wrapped in a Riddle... Unfortunately you didn't get a high score. English is a complicated language with an incredible history.
How Well Do You Know the Beatles?
Share Result A Beatles Fan You're definitely a fan of this wonderful band that has created so many classic songs. You didn't get the highest marks though, so there is surely room to improve on your score. Consider it, perhaps you can get that perfect score. Share Result A Beatles Super-Fan!
Can You Spell These Commonly Misspelled Words?
Foreword Forworde Forword Foreward The rock and roll song had an exciting . The rock and roll song had an exciting rhythm.
What's Your Strongest Mental Ability?
Best Picture Best Actress Best Actor Best Original Song Best Screenplay Best Foreign Language Film Empathy Share Result Logic Share Result Cosmic Awareness Share Result Creativity Share Result Verbal Thinking Share Result Intuition Share Result Abstract Thinking Share Result Share Quiz & Embed Facebook
Nothing Trivial About This Trivia Challenge!
They sing it in the song called "The Walrus". 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?
This Color Test Has Surprising Clarity to Share
You've probably had an occasion to hum a few songs while you wait somewhere, and you've made many people smile. You can be proud of yourself, you have very good musical abilities and we don't see why you can't try your talent at an open mic night or at least at some family occasions!
The History of Music
Rap as a genre began at block parties in New York City in the early 1970s, when DJs began isolating the percussion breaks of funk, soul, and disco songs and extending them.