1 The Big O was the nickname given to which star? Ritchie Valens, Roy Orbison, Bobby Darin, Huey Smith Roy Orbison
2 The Chicken and The Hawk and Flip, Flop and Fly were hits for which singer? Bo Diddley, Sam Cooke, Hank Ballad, Big Joe Turner Big Joe Turner
3 The film Beyond The Sea was about which 1950s singer? Elvis Presley, Duane Eddy, Buddy Holly, Bobby Darin Bobby Darin
4 The Forces Sweetheart was a nickname given to which 1950s female star? Rosemary Clooney, Vera Lynn, Kay Starr, Patti Page Vera Lynn
5 The Girl Cant Help it and Catalina Caper starred which music star? Little Richard, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Bobby Darin Little Richard
6 The Glory of Love was the first major hit for whom? The Coasters, The Moonglows, The Flamingos, The Five Keys The Five Keys
7 The Killer was the nickname of which 1950s star? Buddy Holly, Bill Haley, Billy Ward, Jerry Lee Lewis Jerry Lee Lewis
8 The King of Rockabilly was a nickname given to whom? Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Eddie Cochran Carl Perkins
9 The Originator is a nickname often given to whom? Bo Diddley, Johnny Cash, Gene Vincent, Carl Perkins Bo Diddley
10 The Shrine of St Cecilia was a major hit for whom? The Penguins, The Harp Tones, The Clowns, The Del Vikings The Harp Tones
11 The song “Donna” was the first major hit for…? Huey Smith, Elvis Presley, Ritchie Valens, Bobby Darin Ritchie Valens
12 The Wallflower and At Last were successful releases from whom? Etta James, Patti Page, Ruth Brown, Brenda Lee Etta James
13 Their first single on Chess records, who had a No.1 smash hit with “Sincerely”? The Drifters, The Coasters, The Flamingos, The Moonglows The Moonglows
14 Thomas Threat and Ripley Ingram were members of which group? The Flamingos, The Coasters, The Moonglows, The Five Keys The Five Keys
15 Three Steps to Heaven was a hit for whom? Jerry Lee Lewis, Buddy Holly, Eddie Cochran, Billy Ward Eddie Cochran
16 Thursdays Child was a 1957 Album and “I Want To Be Evil” a 1953 single. Name the singer? Pearl Bailey, Eartha Kitt, Rosemary Clooney, Toni Arden Eartha Kitt
17 To The Aisle was a major hit from which band? The Spaniels, The Five Satins, The Penguins, The Harp Tones The Five Satins
18 Tommy Gaither and Johnny Reed were members of which group? The Moonglows, The Flamingos, The Five Keys, The Orioles The Orioles
19 Tony Bennet had a 1951 Number 1 with the song “Cold Cold….”? Heart, Night, Day, You Heart
20 Tony Williams was the lead Tenor in which 1950s band? The Platters, The Cadillacs, The Clovers, The Dominoes The Platters