1. The Grateful Dead, the Allman Brothers, and the Band played at the largest rock festival of all time in July 1973. Where was it?
2. It wasn't "Mack the Knife" that killed this popular '50s singer, it was complications from heart surgery. Who splish-splashed his last in December 1973?
3. This album, regarded as Elton John's masterpiece, was Number 1 for eight weeks in 1973.
4. Who was "badder than ol' King Kong, and meaner than a junkyard dog?"
5. Paul Simon sang the praises of what sort of photographic accessory in 1973?
6. This novelty song from 1962, in which the singer imitates Boris Karloff, came back onto the charts in 1973, hitting the Top Ten in August. What is it?
7. Speaking of Boris Karloff, what was the title of the Edgar Winter Group's Number 1 instrumental hit from May 1973?
8. He may not have been Grateful, but this keyboard player and singer was definitely Dead on March 8, 1973.
9. What number Chicago album was released in 1973?
10. Now a popular Las Vegas entertainer, his only chart hit was "Playground In My Mind," in 1973. Who is he?
11.What color ribbon was supposed to be tied around the ole oak tree?
12.Which Beatle did not have a Number 1 hit in 1973?
13. Maureen McGovern's hit "The Morning After" was from what movie?
14.Which part-Native American performer sang about being a "Half-Breed?"
15. Was it "Hot in Herre" when this rapper was born on November 2, 1973?
16. Three Dog Night was on the road to where in 1973?
17. On January 14, Elvis Presley gave a live concert that was televised around the world. Where ws the concert broadcast from?
Bonus: This Becky's Island favorite group was formed in 1973 in Miami, Florida, although they didn't record their debut album until the next year.