Becky's Island Music Trivia Quiz #117 - 5/21/03

Memorial Day


1. Andy Kaufman: "Man on the Moon," REM
2. Elvis Presley
: "The King is Gone," Ronnie McDowell
3. Pablo Picasso
: "Picasso's Last Words," Paul McCartney
4. Marilyn Monroe
: "Candle In The Wind," Elton John
5. Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King, John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy
: "Abraham, Martin, and John," Dion (and Ray Charles)
6. Queen Victoria
: "Victoria," Kinks
7. Marvin Gaye, Jackie Wilson
: "Nightshift," Commodores
8. John Lennon
: "All Those Years Ago," George Harrison; "Empty Garden (Hey Hey Johnny)," Elton John
9. Harry S Truman
: "Harry Truman," Chicago
10. Buddy Holly
: "American Pie," Don McLean (the Weezer song wasn't really about him)
11. Captain Ernest McSorley and 28 other sailors
: "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald," Gordon Lightfoot
12. Frank Lloyd Wright
: "So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright," Simon and Garfunkel
13. Allison Krause, Sandy Scheuer, Jeffery Miller, William Schroeder
: "Ohio," Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
14. Mary McCartney
: "Let It Be," Beatles
15. Julia Lennon
: "Julia," Beatles; "My Mummy's Dead," John Lennon
16. Vincent Van Gogh
: "Vincent (Starry Starry Night)," Don McLean
17. Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Otis Redding, Jim Morrison, Jim Croce, Bobby Darin
: "Rock and Roll Heaven," Righteous Brothers

Bonus: What song does the Grateful Dead use to commemorate the death of someone close to the band?: "He's Gone"

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