1. From January 1 through May 13, 1978, only one Number One song had no connection to the Gibb family. What was it?
2. A song by an ex-Beatle broke the Gibb family's Number One streak in May 1978 - what was it?
3. "I want you, I need you, but there ain't no way I'm ever gonna love you" was the chorus to what 1978 song?
4. What band, named after and led by two brothers, released its first album in 1978?
5. Joe Walsh sang "My Maserati does 185, I lost my license, now I don't drive" in what 1978 hit?
6. Chuck Mangione had a pop hit in 1978 with "Feels So Good." What instrument does Chuck play?
7. What jazz guitarist had a Number Two hit with a cover of the Drifters' "On Broadway" in 1978?
8. What two superstars had a Number One duet with "You Don't Bring Me Flowers?"
9. Which original member of Chicago died in January 1978 of an accidentally self-inflicted gunshot wound?
10. Gary Busey starred in what 1978 film biography of an early rocker?
11. This Armenian composer famous for his "Sabre Dance" died on May 1, 1978.
12. What Canadian country singer had a Number One hit in fall 1978?
13. Released in late 1978, this Village People hit about a fun place to stay is now a standard at sporting events across the country.
14. What new-wave band released "More Songs About Buildings And Food" in 1978?
15. This famed British rock drummer died of a drug overdose on September 7, 1978.
16. What disco-themed movie, starring Donna Summer as a singer, premiered in May 1978?
17. Walter Egan's "Magnet and Steel," a fall 1978 hit, featured two members of what band on background vocals?
Bonus: Two of the three finalists in the second year of American Idol were born in 1978. Who are they?