*Francis Ford Coppola made a movie entitled...You're A Big Boy Now...a coming of age film about an awkward young man looking for love in New York City. This band was responsible for the entire movie soundtrack, but Coppola tasked the band's leader to come up with a sentimental ballad for an important love scene. While the movie was largely ignored, the song did quite well upon its release in 1967. Name the band, the frontman of the band and extra credit if you know the song...
*This song was inspired by two tracks on a Buffalo Springfield album...Rock & Roll Woman and Hung Upside Down. Neil Young introduced the album to this fellow Canadian band who heard it and loved the country-rock sound. The band claims this song to be them doing country rock trying to pretend to be Neil Young and Stephen Stills. Name the band and song which is about moving on and finding your true calling...
*The wife of the guitarist and primary songwriter of this southern band explained that her husband, who died of heart failure in 1993 wrote songs...but didn't read music...doing everything by ear. He wrote this most popular song for the South Carolina originated band...it, becoming their biggest hit. Name the band, the song and extra credit if you know the guitarist's name...
*Go back to the early 80's when MTV was starting to crank out music videos. It wasn't enough to make the song...you now pretty much had to become part Hollywood to give your track an extra boost. We'll play a song that won the 1st ever Video of the Year award at MTV's Video Music Awards. It beat out Michael Jackson's, Thriller for the award. The video was the first to use computerized effects with the band's singer/guitarist image appearing in various animated scenes...all while trying to get the attention of a girl. Name the band, the singer and extra credit for the song...
Battle Of The Bands!
The Song is Over by The Who vs Somebody to Love by Queen
1. The Lovin’ Spoonful, John Sebastian, Darling Be Home Soon
2. The Guess Who, No Time 3. Marshall Tucker Band, Heard It in a Love Song, Toy Caldwell
4. The Cars, Ric Ocasek, You Might Think
Listeners picked Queen with 53% of the votes