1. The Otnorots, The Jordonaires and The Four Dukes finally settled on which new name for their group?
2. Name the group that had hits with “Get Ready” and “I Just Want to Celebrate.”
3. Eric Carr got his big break in 1980 with which band?
4. Which well-known drummer published a book entitled “Ode to a High Flying Bird,” about jazz great Charlie Parker?
5. Name the R&B artist who had No. 1 hits with “Never Too Much,” “Stop to Love” and “There’s Nothing Better Than Love.”
6. Which female artist had a mega hit with “Torn Between Two Lovers”?
1. The Four Lads. Their biggest hit was “Moments to Remember” in 1955. (Note: “Otnorot” is “Toronto” spelled backward.)
2. Rare Earth, in 1970 and 1971. “Celebrate” was the last time the group hit the Top Ten.
3. Kiss. Carr, born Paul Charles Caravello, took the stage personae of The Fox. He died in 1991 at the age of 41.
4. Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts, in 1965. The handdrawn book, if you can find one, sells for thousands of dollars.
5. Luther Vandross, in 1981, 1986 and 1987 respectively.
6. Mary MacGregor, in 1977. The song has been translated into multiple languages and was originally written to be sung by a man.
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