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I'll take pop music trivia for $100 please, Alex
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OK, first the rules. There are none but......If you have to look it up somewhere your cheating! Try not to cheat! mad

Feel free to add others.

These aren't really difficult but here goes.....

What was the name of the plane Buddy Holly died in?

For bonus points, who was supposed to be on that plane but gave up his seat at the last minute to a sick band member?


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Well I can't think of the name of the plane but Eddie Cochrane was supposed to go but gave up his seat to Ritchie Valens. (Oh know dating myself again)

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ehhhh,ehhhh, wrong answer!

Not Eddie Cochrane! But a good try!


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Waylon Jennings


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Originally posted by Renauda:
Waylon Jennings
Very good Renauda! You get a smiley face for that! smile

But what about the plane?


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Don't know...American Pie?


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Ok, here's a shot in the dark. I am clueless as to what kind of plane it was, except that it was small. The person who was supposed to be on the plane was a country musician--I think, Waylon Jennings, but maybe Johnny Cash. Country fans, please don't flame me too bad if I'm way off on this. I was barely born (or maybe not born at all) when this happened. shocked shocked shocked


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Re: I'll take pop music trivia for $100 please, Alex
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Hmm . . . guess Renauda beat me to the punch! wink


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Enola Gay??????


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Re: I'll take pop music trivia for $100 please, Alex
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Renauda, you are red hot tonight! American Pie it is! Two smiley faces! smile smile

OK, here's another easy one.

Paul McCartney had the tune to Yesterday in his head for a long time. He played it quite frequently during rehersals and recording sessions. What was the working title of the tune?

And for bonus points sing me the first line of the working lyrics. wink


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Scrambled eggs, I love your legs?


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Re: I'll take pop music trivia for $100 please, Alex
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Lucy, your right on the title (Scrambled Eggs).

I believe the lyrics went like this:

Scrambled eggs, oh my darlin' how I love your legs!

But your close enough. Two smileys for you too! smile smile

BTW, it's OK if someone else has some trivia to add. wink


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OK, speaking of the Beatles, who was considered the fifth Beatle?


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Brian Epstein? Or was it George Martin?


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Re: I'll take pop music trivia for $100 please, Alex
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Brian Epstein? Or was it George Martin?
No. As a hint the person is a musician.


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Here's another. LadyElton if your out there your disqualified from answering. laugh

What is Elton John's real name?


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Is he a drummer?


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Not a drummer. Not Pete Best if that is what you were thinking.


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[b]Brian Epstein? Or was it George Martin?
No. As a hint the person is a musician.[/b]
"Murray-the-K" used to call himself the fifth Beatle, but he was not a musician.....


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Re: I'll take pop music trivia for $100 please, Alex
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Aha! This one I know:

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Here's another. LadyElton if your out there your disqualified from answering. laugh

What is Elton John's real name?


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