Trivia Contest

Check each month for a variety of trivia questions posted on this page.  Simply copy and paste the contest into your email; fill in with your answers, name and address; and send to pyramid@pyramidband.com . Make sure you include the TC-# in your email subject line and your name will be entered into a drawing for a PYRAMID PRIZE PACKAGE.  If there is more than one correct entry, a winner will be randomly chosen from all the correct entries.  Please, no more than one entry per person per trivia contest.  Winners will be notified by email (or phone if you include your number) and the correct answers and winner's name will be posted on this page.  Winners will be ineligible to win again for 60 days.  The deadline for entering is the last day of the month of the contest.  The PYRAMID BAND is not responsible for lost or misdirected entries.

Good Luck. Check back next month for a new contest and this month's answers.

 

               TRIVIA CONTEST                     --  TC# 0704  --       April 2007                     

Correct entries: 0

Winner's name:

Question #1:

 

               TRIVIA CONTEST                     --  TC# 0703  --       March 2007                  

Correct entries: 6

Winner's name:

Question #1: Duke Ellington's Portrait of The Lion honored whom?

Question #2: Blind Joe Mooney and all around jazzman squeezed jazz from the accordion? True or False

Question #3: As a writer for the Washington Post, Down Beat and other periodicals, he interviewed Armstrong, Ellington, Goodman, Holiday, and Davis.  A.Yurco  B. Otis 

C.Gottlieb D.  Butler  E. None of the above

Question #4: The Onyx, the 3 Dueces, Jimmy Ryan's are just several clubs which were found where?

Question #5: What city did Louis Armstrong go to in 1922 to join King Oliver?

 

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0702 --       February 2007              

Correct entries: 10

Winner's name:

Question #1: Jimmy Rushing sang with? A. Count Basie B. Les Brown C. Tommy Dorsey D. Duke Ellington

Question #2: Louis Prima and Joseph "Wingy" Manone have been termed "white imitators of" which jazz star? Louis Armstrong

Question #3: Who is the author of Forever Amber, and their tie to big band music?

Question #4: Which of the Dorsey brothers was a disc jockey at WMCA?

Question #5: Glen "Spike" Gray was the leader of the Casa Loma Orchestra? True or False

 

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0701 --       January 2007                

Correct entries: 7

Winner's name: Kathryn Peterson

Question #1: Willie Smith's nickname was "The Lion"? True or False True

Question #2: Name three of Artie Shaw's wives.  He was married at least seven times.  Lana Turner, Ava Gardner, Betty Kern, Kathleen Winsor

Question #3: Club owner Eddie Condon, also performed? A. Piano B. Trumpet C. Drums D. Saxophone E. None of these...Guitar

Question #4: This trumpeter and band leader imitated Louis Armstrong? Joseph "Wingy" Manone

Question #5: Duke Ellington's full name. Edward Kennedy Ellington

 

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0612 --       December 2006            

Correct entries: 9

Winner's name: K Parmalat

Question #1: Pianist William Henry Smith taught Duke Ellington? True or False

Question #2: Doris Day sang with? A. Glenn Miller B. Les Brown C. Tommy Dorsey D. None of the above 

Question #3: During the mid 1920's "the center of the center" of jazz was which street in New York City between Fifth and Sixth Avenue? 52nd

Question #4: Where was Bob Wilber and his Wildcats from? Scarsdale, NY

Question #5: Name Babs Gonzales biggest composition."Oo-pa-pa-da"

 

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0611 --       November 2006            

Correct entries: 0

Winner's name: No winner

Question #1: In what year was Jimmy Rushing a singing star of the Count Basie Orchestra was featured in a US postage stamp?  1994

Question #2: Bob Wilber and ? A. The Troopers  B. The Mounties  C. The MG's  D. The Royals  E. None of the above..."his Wildcats"

Question #3: Name a Billie Holiday trademark. Gardenias in her hair

Question #4: This singer was appropriately called " The Velvet Fog". Mel Torme

Question #5: Huddie "Leadbelly" Ledbetter" played?A. Piano B. Trumpet C. Drums D. Saxophone E. None of these...Guitar

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0610 --       October 2006                

Correct entries: 12

Winner's name: Shari Stevens

Question #1: Frank Sinatra sang with the Tommy Dorsey Band? True or False

Question #2: Who was credited with inventing scat singing? A. Louis Armstrong B. Scotty Morris C.Babs Gonzales D. None of the above.

Question #3: Willie "The Lion" Smith played? A. Piano B. Trumpet C. Drums D. Saxophone

Question #4: Jimmy Rushing's nickname. "Mr. Five-by-Five"

Question #5: Where were the Apollo Theater and the Savoy Ballroom located? Harlem (upper Manhattan) NYC

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0609 --       September 2006           

Correct entries: 15

Winner's name: Tom Evans

Question #1: Scott Joplin, Earl Hines, and James Johnson all played? A. Piano B. Trumpet C. Drums D. Saxophone E. None of these

Question #2: Who had "the band with the biggest beat in the business?" Jimmie Lunceford

Question #3: Scat singing is the use by singers of nonsense syllables instead or words? True or False

Question #4: Mel Torme began his career on what instrument? Drums

Question #5: Judy Garland's daughter? Liza Minelli

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0608 --       August 2006                 

Correct entries: 2

Winner's name: Lauren Stahl

Question #1: Huddie "Leadbelly" Ledbetter was incarcerated for? Killing a man

Question #2: Willie "The Lion" Smith was jewish. True or False

Question #3:  Dooley Wilson is famous for singing what song?

Question #4: Which PYRAMID BAND player is pictured in two different "instrument" families? Follow Photos to Performers

Question #5: During which war did Ernie Burnett suffer a case of amnesia and regain his memory when a piano player performed his "My Melancholy Baby"? A. Spanish-American  B. WWII  C. Korean  D. Vietnam  E.  None of these- WWI 

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0607 --       July 2006                     

Correct entries: 15

Winner's name: Jeff Clark

Question #1: What tune did Johnny Mercer use, change the lyrics and rename to "Moon River"?

Question #2: Manhattan Melodrama was the last movie John Dillinger saw before he was shot to death.  True or False

Question #3: What song is the musical logo for Warner Brothers Studio?

Question #4: Name the Fats Waller tune he referred to as his "alimony jail song".

Question #5: Hoagy Carmichael after graduating from Indiana University went into what profession?  A.  Music  B. Law  C. Accounting  D. Farming/Agriculture E.  None of these

 

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0606 --       June 2006                     

Correct entries: 5

Winner's name: Stephanie Hamilton

Question #1: Louis Armstrong's accaimed birthday share's what American National holiday?  July 4th

Question #2: Who wrote such great tunes as Sweet Georgia Brown, Them There Eyes and Gimme a Little Kiss, Will Ya, HuhA. Maceo Pinkard    B. Eubie Blake  C. Duke Ellington   D. Fats Waller  E. None of these  A. Maceo Pinkard

Question #3: As Time Goes By was in what Warner Brothers film ?  Casablanca

Question #4: In 2000, ___ out of every 100 men proposed on one knee?  20

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Question #5: Hoagy Carmichael graduated from which university?  A. Illinois  B. Indiana  C. Duke  D. Brown  E.  None of these

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0605 --       May 2006                     

Correct entries: 1

Winner's name: Susan Weiss

Question #1: What song includes the following lyrics: "I like jam, ain't no flim flam, scratch that off of my list this ain't no jam, the jam can scram c'mon, baby........"?

Question #2: "V-E Day is celebrated on May 7th (1945).  On May 7th, ____the New York Yankees (Major League Baseball Team) was the first professional baseball team to fly to their game.  What was the year? A.1940    B.1946   C. 1949   D. 1950  E. None of these

Question #3: Who performed (sang) "A Hubba-Hubba-Hubba"?

Question #4: Who is the newest face in the PYRAMID BAND Vocal section?  Rob Falgiono

Question #5: Which of these singers performed a duet with Frank Sinatra ?   A. Lorrie Morgan  B. Lena Horne  C. Chrissie Hynde  D. Gloria Estefan  E. All of these

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0604 --       April 2006                     

Correct entries: 8

Winner's name: Carol Clark

Question #1: On which record label did Count Basie, Bing Crosby, Jimmy Dorsey and Peggy Lee record ? A.Capitol  B. Decca  C. RCA  D. RCA Victor  E. London 

Question #2: Who is one of the "oldest - original" faces in the PYRAMID BAND Rhythm section? You'll need to compare PYRAMID BAND group photos. Glenn Molik

Question #3: What song includes the following lyrics: "Say, whatever happened to the Japanese?... I got it from a guy who was in the kno' It was mighty smoky over Tokyo!
A friend of mine in a B-29 dropped another load for luck"? A Hubba-Hubba-Hubba

Question #4: Who performed "I'll Buy That Dream"? Harry James

Question #5: Name the song Frank Sinatra re-recorded for political purposes in 1960? High Hopes

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0603 --       March 2006                  

Correct entries: 4

Winner's name: Jane Porters

Question #1: In which year was Count Basie born? A. 1901  B. 1902  C. 1903  D. 1904 E. none of the above

Question #2: In the Charioteers' release of What Did He Say, who is "he"? "Mumbles"

Question #3: What song includes the following lyrics: "Imagine me eighty-three wearing glasses, And you ninety-two making passes"? I'll Buy That Dream

Question #4: In 2000, what was the groom's average age? 28

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Question #5: Who is the newest face in the PYRAMID BAND Trumpet section? Andy Peruzzini

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0602 --       February 2006              

Correct entries: 2

Winner's name:  Christine Jones

Question #1: February 3rd.....was the Day The Music Died. Name the three rock legends.
Buddy Holly, The Big Bopper and Richie Valens

Question #2: In the 1948 Melody Masters release who is Dan? A Donkey

Question #3: Sam & Dave recorded under which record label? A.Capitol  B. Decca  C. Rhino  D.Verve  E.Apple

Question #4: The song "Sentimental Reasons" - later recorded as "For Sentimental Reasons" and "(I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons" was originally recorded in May 1945 by what group?  Deek Watson and his Brown Dots

Question #5: Who are the two newest faces in the PYRAMID BAND Saxophone section?

Laura Bogner and Mike Ihde

 

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0601 --       January 2006                

Correct entries: 4

Winner's name: Ellen Harris

Question #1: In 1948 The Melody Masters released a song about? Water

Question #2: Name five PYRAMID BAND selections with the word "Me" in them. All of Me, Come Fly With Me, Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me, Someone To Watch Over Me, Show Me The Way To Go Home, Teach Me Tonight

Question #3: Before Jake and Elwood.... who were the original "Blues Brothers". Sam and Dave

Question #4: "MG" from the 60's band name Booker T and the MG's was an abrevation for what?   Memphis Group

Question #5: On July 7, 1937  George Gerswhin passed away.  What was the Title of George and Ira's final Broadway show? Porgy & Bess

 

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0512 --       December 2005            

Correct entries: 2

Winner's name: Karen Smith

Question #1: Who is the Kid from Red Bank? Count Basie

Question #2: Who is the man and musician they called "The Prince of Darkness"? Miles Davis

Question #3: Complete the names (okay - not a Big Band, but the PYRAMID BANDs perform their music) Sam ______& Dave______  Sam Moore and Dave Prater

Question #4: Donald "Duck" Dunn, Steve Cropper and Al Jackson, Jr. were known as the A. The Troopers  B. The Mounties  C. The MG's  D. The Royals  E. none of the above.

Question #5: What is missing from these song titles? ______ of Dreams, Pick Up The ______   Pieces

 

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0511 --       November 2005            

Correct entries: 4

Winner's name: Richard Lamm

Question #1: Name Ella Fitzgerald's first hit and signature song? A. How High The Moon  B. Stairway To The Stars C.  A-Tisket A-Tasket  D.Makin' Whoopee E. None of the above

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Question #2: "Chattanooga Choo Choo" became the first "gold" record in what year ? 1942

Question #3: Name the 60's band   (okay - not a Big Band, but the PYRAMID BANDs perform their music) which backed   Rufus and Carla Thomas, Sam & Dave, Otis Redding, and Eddie Floyd?   Booker T and the MG's

Question #4: What was "Bing" Crosby's "real" name? Harry Lillis Crosby

Question #5: What song includes the following lyrics: "Shrimps and rice --- they're very nice"?

Andrew Sisters' Hold Tight

 

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0510 --       October 2005                

Correct entries: 2

Winner's name: Mary Ellen Sinclair

Question #1: Which selection is not an Ira & George Gershwin selection?  A. Someone To Watch Over Me   B. Nice Work If You Can Get It    C. But Not For Me   D. Oh Lady Be Good   E. all the above

Question #2: What year was Ella Fitzgerald on the cover of Life Magazine?  A. 1951  B. 1955  C. 1956  D.1957

Question #3: What was the first "gold" record? (one Million in sales)

"Chattanooga Choo Choo"

Question #4: What did the Benny Goodman Orchestra and a 1934 NBC radio show have in common? The name = Let's Dance

Question #5: Name the father and son combination who both have performed with the PYRAMID BAND. Russ & Justin Carere

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0509 --       September 2005           

Correct entries: 1

Winner's name: Mary Morgan

Question #1: Test your musical knowledge and arithmetic skills. Fill in the blanks, add up the numbers, and submit (No two blanks are the same ): Count Basie's   1'o Clock Jump + Harry James's 2'o Clock Jump.  What time is it? 3'o Clock

Question #2: In 2000, what was the groom's average age? 28 Years Old  Check out our wedding trivia

Question #3: Fill in the blank of these song titles with the name of a girl.

I must see ANNIE tonight, Waitin' for KATIE, LULU's back in town
Fan tan FANNY

Question #4: What was the title of Benny Goodman's Theme Song? Let's Dance

Question #5: Igor Stravinsky wrote "Ebony Concerto" for which Big Band ? A. Glenn Miller   B. Count Basie   C. Woody Herman   D. Benny Goodman   E. None of these 

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0508 --       August 2005                 

Correct entries: 1

Winner's name: Ben Susser

Question #1: Who performed Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White?

Perez Prado

Question #2: What trumpeter and band leader is known for a turned-up bell and puffed-out cheeks? Dizzy Gilispie

Question #3: What Frank Sinatra film dealt with the subject of homosexuality?   A. "The Detective"   B.   "The Man With The Golden Arm"   C. "High Society"   D.   "The Boys In The Band"   E. "First Deadly Sin"

Question #4: Name one of the two recent "Sinatra"vocalists who performed with The PYRAMID BANDS ? Cary Hoffman or Jack Civiletto    

Question #5: In the early days of the Glenn Miller orchestra, most sidemen were paid this salary?   A. $100/week B. $150/month C. $50/week D. $400/month E. $150/week

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0507 --       July 2005                      

Correct entries: 1

Winner's name:  Jaclyn Brown

Question #1: On July 9, 1955 when Bill Haley's Rock Around The Clock reached number one, what "fruity" big band song did it knock out of the number one position? Hint - click here! Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White    

Question #2: What trombonist sipped tea with the Ben Pollack and Paul Whiteman orchestras before brewing up his own big band in 1939? Jack Teagarden

Question #3: What Glenn Miller hit was named after the phone number of a hotel frequented by Miller's big band? Pennsylvannia 6-5000

Question #4: What Orchestra "teamed" up with Frank Sinatra at the SANDS in Las Vegas? Duke Ellington

Question #5: In 1975 Americans who remained in Saigon were told to listen for a cue on the radio to begin their evacuation as the North Vietnamese surrounded the city.   The radio cue was the announcement that the temperature was "105 degrees and rising," followed by what song? Bing Crosby's "White Christmas"

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0506 --       June 2005                     

Correct entries: 5

Winner's name: Elizabeth Lake

Question #1: When did Bill Haley's Rock Around The Clock reached number one on the Billboard Record Chart ?     A. July 9, 1951   B. July 9, 1952   C.   July 9, 1955 D. January 1, 1956   E. July 9, 1956  

Question #2: What famous drummer left Artie Shaw to join Tommy Dorsey? Buddy Rich

Question #3: In which film does Frank Sinatra play an Italian-American GI named "Angelo Maggio"?   A.   "The House I Live In"   B.   "From Here To Eternity"   C. "Anchors Away"   D.   E.   None of the Above  

Question #4: Name this big-band era artist who scored the most number one hits? Incidentally, it's more than Elvis or the Beatles?   Bing Crosby

Question #5: Who composed God Bless America ? Irving Berlin

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0505 --       May 2005                     

Correct entries: 0

Winner's name: No winner

Question #1: Name the performer of Rock Around The Clock.   When this record reached number one, it ended the Billboard Record Chart era of "Big Bands" and began a new era called "Rock n'Roll".    Bill Haley

 

Question #2:   On Friday April 29 this Big Band Leader would have turned 106.   Famous for his 'jungle' style of big band music, who is he?  Duke Ellington

 

Question #3: In honor of Cinco De Mayo, the PYRAMID BAND performed this "Mexican" tune? Hint - click here!  La Cucaracha

 

Question #4: What record label did Frank Sinatra form In the earl 1960's?   A. Capitol   B.   Decca C.   Reprise   D.   Verve   E.   Apple 

 

Question #5: Which big-band leader commanded respect from his swinging "troops" by having them salute him at rehearsals?  Glenn Miller

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0504 --       April 2005                     

Correct entries: 1

Winner's name: Michael Gund

Question #1: What was the first number one "rock n'roll" Billboard record ? Rock Around The Clock

Question #2: What record label did Ray Charles form ?   A.Capitol  B. Decca  C. Tangerine D.Verve    E.Apple 

Question #3: What duet did Frank Sinatra do with his daughter Nancy?    A."These Boots Are Made For Walking"   B. "Somethin' Stupid" C. "The Lady Is A Tramp" D.  "Witchcraft" E. "Unforgettable"

Question #4: What band leader's ex-wives included Lana Turner and Ava Gardner ?

Artie Shaw

Question #5: Who threatened to quit music to become a psychiatrist but became an "Eager Beaver" after breakthrough hits in the early 1940s? Stan Kenton

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0503 --       March 2005                  

Correct entries: 1

Winner's name: Gail Ryan

Question #1: What is the title of the "Irish" tune in the PYRAMID BAND library?

Hint - click here!  Londonderry Air - "Oh, Danny Boy

Question #2: How many strings on a typical String or Electric Bass? 4

Question #3: Frank Sinatra won his last Grammy award in 1996.   What was the award for? A. The "Songs For Swinging Lovers" album   B. His 12-album Box Set   C. The original "Duets" album   D. The "Duets II" album   E. Lifetime Achievement

Question #4: In 1949 what female singer signed a record contract with Mitch Miller?

Rosemary Clooney

Question #5:  What artist made You Made Me Love You famous? Harry James

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0502 --       February 2005              

Correct entries: 1

Winner's name: Valerie Michaels

Question #1: George and Ira Gershwin, two amazing composers, never won this prestigious Hollywood Award?  An Oscar

Question #2: Test your musical knowledge and arithmetic skills. Fill in the blanks, add up the numbers, and submit the total of those numbers: The PYRAMID SWING BAND ___+  The PYRAMID DANCE BAND ___+ The PYRAMID ORCHESTRA ___=_____.

11 + 16 + 18 = 45

Question #3: Name the four most popular versions of saxophones.  Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Baritone......others include 'C' Melody and Bass

Question #4: What actress was the recipient of Frank Sinatra's first on-screen kiss?   A. Ava Gardner   B. Lana Turner   C. Grace Kelly   D. Shirley MacLaine   E. Ann Jeffreys

Question #5: Who performed If I Love You ? Perry Como

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0501 --       January 2005                

Correct entries: 2

Winner's name: Michelle Smith

Question #1: Who was NOT a member of Sinatra's "Rat Pack"?  A.  Sammy Davis, Jr.  B.  Dean Martin  C.  Joey Bishop  D. Jerry Lewis  E.  Peter Lawford

Question #2: "White Christmas" has sold more than nine million copies and is the best- selling Christmas record of all time.   The song "White Christmas" was first performed by Bing Crosby on..? A. December 25, 1954   B. December 7, 1941   C.   December 25, 1941 D. December 20, 1942   E. December 25, 1942 

Question #3: Auld Lang Syne is which performers' signature song ?   A. Danny Kaye   B.Bing Crosby  C. Glenn Miller D. Perry Como E. Guy Lombardo

Question #4: Test your musical knowledge and arithmetic skills. Fill in the blanks, add up the numbers, and submit the total of those numbers: _________ In The Book, _________ Brothers,   Route_________, You And Me ( And The Bottle Makes _________   )

Hint - click here!  720 + 4 + 66 + 3 = 793

Question #5: Steve Allen played Benny Goodman in the feature film "The Benny Goodman Story."   Who played drummer Gene Krupa?   Gene Krupa played himself.

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0412 --       December 2004            

Correct entries: 1

Winner's name: Steven Miller

Question #1: When did Frank Sinatra cut his first record ?   A. 1933   B. 1934   C. 1936   D. 1939 E. 1942

Question #2: What was the first "number one" Billboard record ?   A. Don't Fence Me In - Bing Crosby   B. By Request - Perry Como   C. I'll Never Smile Again - Tommy Dorsey    D. Come Back To Sorrento - Gracie Fields   E. Fred Waring and His Glee Club - Fred Waring and His Glee Club

Question #3: What was Count Basie's real name? William Basie

Question #4: Send In the Clowns is from what musical ? Answer:

Question #5: When was Big Bad Voodoo Daddy's album entitled Big Bad Voodoo Daddy released ? 1998

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0411 --       November 2004            

Correct entries: 1

Winner's name: Carolyn Hearn

Question #1: On the PYRAMID BAND 'pyramid', what does MCMXCIII stand for?

The year 1993

Question #2: When did Billboard introduce the 'Music Popularity Chart" ?  A.1938

B.1939  C. July 20, 1940  D.1941  E. 1942   

Question #3: Who performed I've Got A Lovely Bunch of Coconuts?   A. The Mills

Brothers B. Bing Crosby & The Andrew Sisters  C. Freddy Martin & Merv Griffin  D. Spike Jones E. Eileen Barton

Question #4: Buffalo's own Harold Arlen (ragtime pianist and dance-band arranger) was writing revues in 1930 for what famous New York Club? Cotton Club

Question #5: From the September Trivia Contest - We know that Bono (Of U2) performed a duet with Frank Sinatra on the "Duets" album? The duet was Cole Porter's I've Got The World On A String and was released on The "Duets" Album and on the 'B' side of a U2 single. What U2 song was on the "A" side? Stay (Faraway, So Close )

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0410 --       October 2004                

Correct entries: 1

Winner's name: Chris Patton

Question #1: Frank Sinatra was the voice of what character in the cartoon movie "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" A. Nunzio   B. Jessica's Father  C. Roger Rabbit  D. The Singing Sword  E. None - He never did any cartoon voices

Question #2: What band took over the Chesterfield Show when Glenn Miller disbanded and entered the armed forces?  Harry James

Question #3: What was "Benny Goodman's" full name?  Benjamin David Goodman

Question #4: Name three Broadway shows with titles that begin with "Call me ..."

"Call Me Madam", "Call Me Merman", "Call Me Mister"

Question #5: Who performed Yes, We Have No Bananas?  A. The Mills Brothers  B. Bing Crosby & The Andrew Sisters  C. Freddy Martin & Merv Griffin  D. Spike Jones  E. Eileen Barton

               TRIVIA CONTEST ANSWERS  --  TC# 0409 --       September 2004           

Correct entries: 1

Winner's name: Amy Baker

Question #1: In 2000, what was the bride's average age? 24 Years Old

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Question #2: What are the names of the three famous Pontani Sisters?

Angie, Tara & Helen  They were all at the Kootsie Ball!  Follow: photo gallery to venues to events to their photo & link.

Question #3: In honor of the U.S. Senate's September 2002 resolution, during the 2003

concert season the PYRAMID BANDS performed what selection written by what composer? W.C. Handy's   St. Louis Blues

Question #4: From March 1943 to June, 1944, the Army Air Corps band under the direction of what Captain was stationed on the campus of Yale University?  Captain Glenn Miller

Question #5: Which of these singers performed a duet with Frank Sinatra on the "Duets" album?   A. Shania Twain   B. Cher   C. Madonna   D. Bono (Of U2)   Track #12: I've Got You Under My Skin  E. None of these

                                                                                                                                            

 

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