TRUE or FALSE?
The Carpenters were once booked for three nights as the opening act for Steppenwolf, getting fired after the first night.
Cher ended her marriage to Gregg Allman in 1979 after he had passed out in a Mexican restaurant, face first on a plate of chicken quesadillas.
The Who’s rock anthem My Generation took six weeks to break into the Top Ten on the U.S. record charts.
At a 1972 concert, Chuck Berry kicked Keith Richards off stage for playing too loud.
At the end of the Beatles’ song A Day in the Life an ultrasonic whistle was recorded by Paul McCartney for his Shetland sheepdog.
The first record to reach number one in 34 different countries was The Beatles’ Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
The music for the Procol Harum hit Whiter Shade Of Pale was written by Johann Sebastian Bach.
In many U.S. states there is a law against dancing to The Star Spangled Banner.
Ritchie Valens 1958 million-seller La Bamba is a traditional song picked up by the people of Mexico after they heard homesick African slaves singing about their village.
Al Kooper came up with the name for his new band from Winston Churchill’s quote, “I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat.”
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