*Once upon a time there was a band known as Nite Shift...a backup group actually for an NFL player who had dreams of becoming a soul singer. That didn't quite work out, as the band eventually shook things up, changing their name, while adding a new lead singer. So many things to guess here...name the NFL player, the new name of the band and singer who joined them...
*This artist was flying his seaplane into the coast of Negril when Jamaican police, who thought it was smuggling drugs, shot repeatedly at the plane even blowing out the windshield. No one, fortunately, was hurt, even one high profile guest, Bono, and his family. Name the artist owner of the plane and furthermore, enjoy the song about the incident...
*Some say New Orleans is a different world unto itself. In his autobiographical album, this artist sings about a time his father came home from serving in WWII, sharing news that 'we' won the war. The New Orleans community apparently hadn't received the news yet and declared themselves winners of the war. They just didn't know WHAT war. Name the artist and song...
*This Beatles song was a very early Lennon-McCartney composition from 1958 that McCartney actually started writing at the age of 16. The song was, in the Beatles eyes...their first hit that launched them into the songwriting machine they became. Name the song...
Battle Of The Bands!
Higher Love by Steve Winwood vs The End Of The Innocence by Don Henley
1. Deacon Jones, War, Eric Burdon 2. Jimmy Buffett, Jamaica Mistaica
3. Randy Newman, New Orleans Wins The War 4. Love Me Do
Listeners picked Don Henley with 55% of the votes