Big D’s Country Music Trivia Quiz

Last month’s quiz was won by Margaret Brown with 8 correct answers. There will be no quiz this month as I am working on a new format.  It will resume in June, but from that date, it will be bi-monthly with the prize being free entry to a club night for two people. It will also appear in the Country Music & Dance in Scotland magazine to widen its appeal. Quiz N0. 58 is featured below for information, with answers underneath.

  1. This country singer once had a chain of hotels named after one of his hit songs. Who was he and what are they called?
  2. She was born in Vienna, Missouri. She became part of The Helton Family Band along with her Mum, Dad and eleven brothers and sisters. Who is she?
  3. Johnny Cash is the only country singer to have a road named after him (Johnny Cash Parkway). But where is it?
  4. Ed Bruce is famous for writing “Mammas Don’t let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys”, but what was his debut song on the country charts?
  5. He was originally known as “The Travelling Texan- The Masked Singer of Country Songs”. By what name is he better known?
  6. In 1961 Ray Stevens reached the charts with what must be the longest song title of all time. Can you name it?
  7. Johnny Cash and June Carter were married in 1968. Which country singer was their best man?
  8. Willie Nelson first appeared on the country charts with what song?
  9. Which well known Bob Wills song was recorded by Bing Crosby? It was a hit in 1941.
  10. What was significant about Jim Reeves’s 1980 single, “There’s Always Me”?

e-mail your answers by 30th April to willie.downie@ntlworld.com or print out and hand into the club for his attention. Remember to include your name and  a contact number.

Answers to Quiz 58

  1. Roger Miller and King 0f the Road.
  2. Leona Williams.
  3. Hendersonville, Tennessee.
  4. ‘Walker Woods’.
  5. Billy Walker.
  6. ‘Jeremiah Peabody’s Polyunsaturated, Quick Dissolving, Fast Acting, Pleasant Tasting Green and Purple Pills’.
  7. Merle Kilgore.
  8.  “Touch Me”.
  9. San Antonio Rose.
  10. It was the 25th anniversary of his signing for RCA Records and his 30th posthumous hit for the label.

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