1 Kismet and Delicado are 1950s albums by which singer? Percy Faith, Tony Bennet, Les Paul, Al Martino Percy Faith
2 La Bamba was the biggest hit for which star? Huey Smith, Elvis Presley, Bobby Darin, Ritchie Valens Ritchie Valens
3 Lawdy Miss Clawdy was the first single, in 1952, to be released by whom? Ivory Joe Hunter, Lloyd Price, Little Willie John, Jackie Wilson Lloyd Price
4 Leon Hughes, Billy Guy and Bobby Nunn were all original members of which group? The Coasters, The Dominoes, The Platters, The Drifters The Coasters
5 Leroy Anderson produced most of his 1950s work with the orchestra in which city? New York, Houston, Boston, Chicago Boston
6 Leroy was the middle name of which of the following 1950s stars? Jackie Wilson, Frankie Lymon, Little Willie John, Ivory Joe Hunter Jackie Wilson
7 Les Paul teamed up with Mary Ford to release “The World is Waiting for the…”? Sunset, Sunrise, Night Sky, Daybreak Sunrise
8 Les Paul was a 1950s pioneer of which instrument? Guitar, Keyboard, Drum, Piano Guitar
9 Lester William Polsfuss was better known by what name? Les Paul, Mario Lanza, Tony Bennet, Perry Como Les Paul
10 Little Bitty Pretty One was major hit for which act? Frankie Lymon, Chuck Willis, Ricky Nelson, Johnny Ace Frankie Lymon
11 Little Richard released Tutti Frutti in which year? 1950, 1952, 1955, 1959 1955
12 Lonely Teardrops was the first Top 10 Billboard hit for which singer? Ivory Joe Hunter, Little Willie John, Jackie Wilson, Frankie Lymon Jackie Wilson
13 Love Potion No.9 was a major hit for which group? The Platters, The Clovers, The Cadillacs, The Dominoes The Clovers
14 Lovers Luau was a 1950s album releases by which artist? Tony Bennet, Perry Como, Mario Lanza, Les Paul Les Paul
15 Mae was the middle name of which singer? Eartha Kitt, Rosemary Clooney, Pearl Bailey, Toni Arden Eartha Kitt
16 Mambo Boogie was a breakthrough record for whom? Hank Ballad, Bo Diddley, Johnny Otis, Sam Cooke Johnny Otis
17 Maybe and He’s Gone were the first two hits from which group? The Chantels, The Belmonts, The Clowns, The Cadillacs The Chantels
18 Maybellene (1955) and Rock and Roll Music (1957) were key hits for whom? Ray Charles, Chuck Berry, Bobby Darin, Buddy Holly Chuck Berry
19 Miss Peaches was a nickname given to which act? Etta James, Brenda Lee, Ruth Brown, Patti Page Etta James
20 Miss Rhythm was a 1959 album release by which 1950s artist? Ruth Brown, Big Mama Thornton, Patti Page, Dolly Parton Ruth Brown