1 To win a gold disc, how many copies of an album needs to sell in Britain? 100,000
2 Who composed the opera ‘Madame Butterfly’? Giacomo Puccini
3 What is the title of the United States of America National Anthem? The Star-Spangled Banner
4 From which 1968 film did English band Duran Duran take their name? Barbarella
5 What is the title of the first pop video aired on MTV, in 1981? Video Killed the Radio Star – Buggles
6 What is the last note on a standard keyboard? C
7 Who wrote ‘Doe Eyes’, the theme to the 1995 film ‘The Bridges of Madison County’? Clint Eastwood
8 What does Franz Schubert’s ‘Die Forelle’ translate to in English? The Trout
9 Which Irish rock band was originally called ‘Feedback’? U2
10 Who was the last member of The Beatles to marry? Paul McCartney
11 Who designed the Telecaster and Stratocaster guitars? Leo Fender
12 What is the title of the first record ever broadcast on BBC Radio 1 in the UK? Flowers in the Rain – The Move
13 The ‘La Scala Opera House’ is in which European city? Milan
14 What is the lowest female singing voice? Contralto
15 Who played Lorry Jones/Laura Lorraine in the 1944 musical film ‘Pin Up Girl’? Betty Grable
16 The 2006 film ‘Once’, starring Glen Hansard as a busker, is set in which European city? Dublin
17 Who is the lead singer of the English band ‘The Specials’? Terry Hall
18 Elvis Presley’s manager, Andreas Cornelis van Kujik, was better known by what name? Colonel Tom Parker
19 Former Spice Girl Melanie Chisholm dueted with which Canadian singer-songwriter on the 1998 single ‘When You’re Gone’? Bryan Adams
20 The 2011 album ‘The King of Limbs’ was released by which English rock band? Radiohead