Just in time for St. Patrick's Day...uhh..wait a minute, I did the Irish quiz last year. Here are some more Celts. Do I hear bagpipes?
1. Was Rod Stewart born in Scotland?
2. This Scottish band, led by the late Stuart Anderson, had a hit in 1983 that incorporates the name of the band. What was the band's name?
3. Which Glasgow-born guitarist recorded the soundtrack for the Scottish-themed movie "Local Hero?"
4. Name the Eurythmics lead singer who was born in Aberdeen, Scotland.
5. What was Pilot's only U.S. hit, in 1975?
6. What group of young men, known for their tartan outfits, hit the charts with "Saturday Night" in 1975?
7. This band's hits include "Pick Up the Pieces" and "Cut the Cake."
8. Scottish-born Colin Hay sang lead for what Australian-identified band?
9. What Scottish city was Paul McCartney's live Number 1 hit "Coming Up" recorded in?
10. Did Paul McCartney's "Mull of Kintyre" become a Top Ten hit in the United States?
11. The Proclaimers, from Edinburgh, recorded "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)." What was unusual about this duo?
12. Scottish-born piano player Ian "Stu" Stewart was a founding member of, and a long-time sideman for, what band?
13. Which Pete Townshend solo hit includes a reference to "New York, Chicago, London and Glasgow?"
14.Which member of Cream was born in Scotland?
15. Whose "baby takes the morning train, he works from 9 till 5 and then, he takes another home again?"
16. Guitar-playing brothers Angus and Malcolm Young head up what band?
17. Which Dan Fogelberg hit is based on an old Scottish melody?
Bonus: This Scottish singer's skiffle song "Rock Island Line" is always cited as being a big influence on the Beatles. Who is he?