Who was the opening act of The Woodstock Music and Art Fair in August 1969?
Country Joe McDonald
Richie Havens. They then realized they had no second act and recruited Country Joe to fill that spot.
In a decade's span, Rush released their first 12 total albums (studio and live) from 1974-1984, meaning there were a few years when we saw more than one album from the band. Which year did they NOT release more than one?
The correct answer was 1978
The only offering we got from them in '78 was "Hemispheres" and it was their fourth consecutive gold album. Rush released "Fly By Night" and "Caress of Steel" in 1975 (both studio efforts). The following year, they put out "2112" (studio) and "All the World's a Stage" (live). Finally, in 1981, we got "Moving Pictures" (studio) and "Exit...Stage Left" (live).
Who co-wrote The Eagles' song "Take It Easy" with Glenn Frey?
Which of "The Fab Four" was the last to be born?
George. Ringo Starr (July 7th, 1940), John Lennon (October 9th, 1940), Paul McCartney (June 18th, 1942) and finally, George Harrison (February 25th, 1943).
Who or what is the song "Angie" by The Rolling Stones about?
David Bowie's wife, Angela
Richards' daughter, Dandelion Angela
all 3 above are rumored
A: All 3 above are rumored, and there's also a 4th: Angie...a pseudonym for heroin.