* This artist released a "duets" album in 2006 at the ripe young age of 80. Good thing there are no 'term limits' when it comes to this artist, who had a tour scheduled for this year, including Atlanta next month. Who is the artist?
*One music critic described this track as a 'perfect rock song...an anthem" featuring one of the best opening keyboard riffs in rock. 1981 was the year and this song explores a directional area of Detroit, Michigan, which in this case defaults to the Canadian city of Windsor.
*The great Delbert McClinton played the harmonica on this classic track from back in 1961. A little known artist and group at that time, namely John Lennon and The Beatles was so impressed with the harmonica intro, he asked McClinton how to play it. A year later it showed up on a song. A couple of guesses here...Name the track from 1961, and the song it then showed up on later.
*The great song, 'Tell It Like It Is' was first recorded in 1966 by this artist. But the song was covered by a group in 1980 and that rendition became the most popular version. Who were the artists?
*This cryptic, apocalyptic anti-war track was basically written on the author and performer's boat. But there were multiple songwriters and they put it, they 'imagined ourselves as the few survivors, escaping on a boat to create a new civilization'. The song was played at the Woodstock Festival. Name the band and the song.
*This well-known song uses a basketball game as a metaphor for a romance. Because of said basketball references, it was used in NBA promos in the mid-1980's. This is one of the group's favorite songs!. Name the tune and the band.
Battle Of The Bands! You Wreck Me by Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers vs Hollywood Nights by Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
1.Tony Bennett 2.Don’t stop Believing by Journey
3. Hey! Baby by Bruce Channel, Love Me Do 4. Aaron Neville - Heart
5. Wooden Ships by Crosby, Stills & Nash 6. One on One by Hall & Oates
Bob Seger won the Battle handily