* In a 1984 Saturday Night Live Democratic candidate poll...this band received 131,384 votes. They won nothing for it...but perhaps a boost in fan base. They appeared in the 1990 movie, Back To The Future III as a square dance band. Name the band...
*We'll share a track that you've all heard...most likely decades ago...that comes courtesy of a band from Houston, TX. The band had the letter 'R' added to their name and coincidentally...it just happened to rhyme with the lead singer. Name the band, the lead singer and extra credit if you know the song that's coming...
*This artist released four studio albums from 1972-1976...a hectic pace no doubt...but typical for artists of the 70's...(more on that later). To catch a break while honoring their record label obligation...he thought to release a live album. One thing led to another, and he ended up releasing the first live rock album with all new songs. Name the artist...extra credit for the album title...
*This band's heralded breakup and reunification produced a song about a guy who knows that a girl doesn't love him anymore and is going to leave him. He'll accept that, he won't hold her back, he won't try to stop her...he'll just have to live with his broken heart. Stay tuned for the conclusion of this musical saga...but in the meantime...name the band and extra credit for the name of the song...
Battle Of The Bands!
Until You Come Back To Me by Aretha Franklin vs How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) by Marvin Gaye
1. Z Z Top
2. The Drells, Archie Bell, Tighten Up, Pt. 1
3. Jackson Browne, Running on Empty
4. Eagles, The Heart of the Matter, What Do I Do with My Heart
Marvin Gaye was the winner with 55% of the votes