*This artist opened for the Rolling Stones way back in 1963. During an interview in 2000, he spoke about how his years of substance abuse had affected his voice, one bad habit of which was smoking 40 cigarettes each day. No falsetto for him (or us, from him) Who was the artist?
*We'll play a song by this band that was had a gospel influence courtesy of the bands love of Aretha Franklin. The lyrics reflect a man calling out to God, asking why he works so hard, but simply can't find love. By the end of the song he decides the singer decides he will not accept defeat! Name the artist/band and the song!
*Carrie Fisher's fame-charmed life inevitably brought her into rock circles. She married a famous artist in 1983 and then quickly divorced the following Summer. The song by her ex is what you'll hear tonight. Any guesses on the artist and the song?
*This great song was written (by a very noteworthy songwriting team) for and originally recorded by this group in 1960 made it all the way to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was notable for being the first song by a black, all-girl group to reach #1 in the US. Who was the group and what was the song also recorded by the songwriter almost 11 years. later?
Battle Of The Bands! Don’t Get Me Wrong by The Pretenders vs Nights in White Satin by The Moody Blues
1.Fever by Joe Cocker 2.Somebody to Love by Queen
3. She Moves On by Paul Simon 4. Will you Still Love Me Tomorrow by The Shirelles
Listeners picked The Moody Blues in the Battle of the Bands