Becky's Island Music Trivia Quiz #49 - 1/30/02

The Sunshine State


1. Which member of the Traveling Wilburys was born in Florida?: Tom Petty
2. According to the Village People, where is "the key to happiness?"
: Key West
3. What Jamaican music legend died in Cedars Medical Center in Miami on May 11, 1981?
: Bob Marley
4. They may have sung about "Sweet Home Alabama," but this group was from Jacksonville, Florida. Who are they?
: Lynyrd Skynyrd
5. What was the title of Company B's only Top 40 hit, from 1987?
: "Fascinated"
6. His "Rock Your Baby" was one of the first big hits for Miami's TK Records, in 1974.
: George McCrae
7. Whose albums include "A1A" and "Floridays?"
: Jimmy Buffett
8. According to the Beach Boys, "Off the Florida Keys, there's a place called" what?
: "Kokomo" (which is actually a town in Indiana)
9. KC and the Sunshine Band were based in what Miami suburb?
: Hialeah
10. Who had a Number 1 hit with his instrumental theme from "Miami Vice"?
: Jan Hammer
11. What was the title of Gloria Estefan's Number 1 hit recorded after her 1990 bus accident?
: "Coming Out of the Dark"
12.What Miami rap group got into big trouble because of their album "As Nasty as They Wanna Be?"
: 2 Live Crew
13. His novelty hits included "My Girl Bill" and "Wildwood Weed," and he was born in Eloise, Florida. Who is he?
: Jim Stafford
14. What album did Eric Clapton name after the address of the house where he was staying in Miami?
: "461 Ocean Boulevard"
15. What was Betty Wright's biggest pop hit?
"Clean Up Woman"
16. What Billy Joel song's first line is "I've seen the lights go out on Broadway"?
: "Miami 2017"
17. Andrew Gold's hit "Thank You for Being a Friend" was later used as the theme song for what Florida-based TV sitcom?
: The Golden Girls

Bonus: What, supposedly, did Jim Morrison do at the Dinner Key Auditorium in Miami in March, 1969, that got him arrested?: Supposedly, he exposed himself.

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