* His voice has been described as an 'elegant, seductive croon.' Consider that he and his contemporary, David Bowie, influenced a generation with both their music and their appearances. He has also been described as 'an art object' that should hang in the Tate (Tate being a British museum). He formed a great band in 1970 and had a 13 year run with the group. Only the pandemic has slowed down his touring at age 74. Name the artist, and his former band...
*Lead vocalist of this band from the 60's came across a song by Carl Perkins and wrote a new song with the same title. The band was formed in Tottenham, England back in 1957, but kicked into high gear in the 60's. They were a staple of British clubs...and with this track, created a 'thumping' drum sound, that later became known as...
'The Tottenham Sound'...Name that band and extra credit for the name of the track, their most famous...
*This artist hasn't had a top 40 hit in more than 25 years, but all 6 of his albums from 1988-1998 have been certified as Gold albums. A wry-humored songwriter with a quiet, cowboy charm has a distinctive appeal to his fans...something that is totally mutual. He has been known to pull out a camera at performances simply to capture fun photos of cheering audiences. Name the artist...
*The concept of 'smiling' is explored in both title and lyrics of the track to be shared later today. The track reached #10 on the Billboard Chart in 1974 and continues to resonate throughout the decades since then. A true, fun classic...it'll probably sound as fresh and contagious 50 years from now as it did back then. Name the band and the song that hopefully will promote as big a smile as advertised when you hear it...
Battle Of The Bands!
You Know I’m No Good by Amy Winehouse vs A Whiter Shade Of Pale by
Listeners picked Annie Lennox by a comfortable margin with 55% of the votes