Becky's Island Music Trivia Quiz #467 - 1/6/10

1990 - 20 Years Ago

1. What did Milli Vanilli admit in November 1990?
2. What 1990 hit included the immortal lines "Stop! Hammer Time!"
3. Sinead O'Connor had a Number One hit with "Nothing Compares 2 U." Who wrote the song?
4. This blues guitarist was killed in a helicopter crash at Alpine Valley in August 1990.
5. This singer's first hit, "Vision of Love," was Number One for all of August 1990.
6. Don't call it a comeback, but his Mama Said Knock You Out album was released in August 1990.
7. This 1950s singer mentioned in the lyrics to "Come On Eileen" died on February 24, 1990.
8. What singer, dancer, choreographer, and future American Idol judge had the Number One album for all of February and March 1990 with Forever Your Girl?
9. Keyboard player Brent Mydland died of an accidental drug overdose on July 26, 1990. With what band did he play?
10. What Cuban-American singer was involved in a tour bus accident in March 1990?
11. Vanilla Ice's "Ice Ice Baby" uses the bass line from what song?
12. What Southern rock band released their Shake Your Money Maker debut album in 1990?
13. What humorous 1990 rap song, about a guy with a big nose, sampled "Let's Play House" by Parliament?
14. Bell Biv DeVoe was made up of members of what 80s soul group?
15. "Do The Bartman," a rap performed by Bart Simpson's voice actor in character, was written by what superstar?
16. This "West Side Story" composer and television star died just five days after retiring from conducting in October 1990.
17. What Madonna song, a tribute to classic Hollywood stars, was Number One for three weeks in May and June 1990?

Bonus: On July 7, 1990, Jose Carreras, Placido Domingo, and Luciano Pavarotti gave a concert in Rome. What was this concert marketed as?

Good Luck!!!

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