* This track was Steely Dan's highest charting single, reaching #4 on the Hot 100 in 1974. For fans of Frank Zappa, you may have a different context for this song. Zappa's track, Dupree's Paradise on 'You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Frank sang a couple of joke lines from the classic Steely Dan song. Name the Steely Dan track.
*WKLS was also known as 96 Rock and was an Atlanta, Georgia legendary album rock station. It started in 1984 and lasted 32 years, before a change in its programming took place. The station started broadcasting at exactly midnight on the day it began and this song was the first thing anyone heard. It was also played as the last song with which they closed down the station on November 17, 2006. Name the song and the band.
*This song was the (duo) group's first #1 hit single on the Billboard Hot 100. The character in the song is based on a real person, the spoiled heir to a fast food fortune who had dated one of the band's member's girlfriend. The girlfriend's stories of him inspired the song, but the character had to be changed to a girl, since he would be the one singing it. Name the band and the song...
*This artist wrote a song during a holiday in Greece. It spotlights the depression he suffered after the break-up of this very famous band...and also doubles as a declaration of his love for his wife at the time.
It was a very rough time for him by his own admission. Name the artist, the band that broke up and extra, extra credit if you can name the song...
Battle Of The Bands!
Doctor My Eyes by Jackson Browne vs Love Letter by Bonnie Raitt
1. Rikki Don’t Lose That Number 2. Baba O’Reilly by The Who
3. Hall & Oates, Rich Girl 4. Paul McCartney, The Beatles, Every Night
Listeners picked Bonnie Raitt with 54% of votes