*We'll play a song that was written by a Georgia native and bandmember for the group who relied otherwise, on their founder, guitarist, vocalist and songwriter for most of their early success. The song was inspired by a girl he met in the city and his yearning to get back to her...as she sets his heart on fire. With the name of the city in the song's title...name the song and the band....extra credit for the name of the songwriter...
*The individuals comprising this duo were both from Texas and belonged to the group, The Champs, in the late'50's and early 60's when their hit 'Tequila' made a splash. The Champs dissolved in 1965 and the duo went on to release their first album as a duo in 1969. A single from their 4th album became a huge, breakthrough hit for them. Jasmine is not just for tea...name the duo and the song...
*The Captain And Me...a classically cool album by The Doobie Brothers had one great track after another. It was the first album where they used this type of instrument. The track we will play is a bluesy one that bandmember Tom Johnston claimed to be a tribute to the blues and B.B. King in particular. Name the song that was not China Grove, Long Train Runnin or South City Midnight Lady....And extra credit for the name of the instrument first used on this album...
*This artist showed the world that some of the smallest people can have the biggest impact. Height challenged on the level and likes of Michael J. Fox, Paul Simon and Tom Cruise...he often wore heals to compensate for his 5'2" frame. Name the artist...
Battle Of The Bands!
Doctor My Eyes by Jackson Browne vs I Don’t Want to Know by Fleetwood Mac
1. Oh Atlanta, Little Feat, Bill Payne 2. Seals and Croft, Summer Breeze
3. Dark Eyed Cajun Woman, Synthesizer 4. Prince
Listeners picked Jackson Browne with 55% of the votes