Rock Trivia Madness: 60s to 90s Rock Music Trivia & Amazing Facts (Volume 1)

Rock and Roll. For more than 60 years, it has been the soundtrack to our lives. Albums like “Highway 61 Revisited”, “Born to Run” and “Nevermind” have helped us make sense of who we are. Not only that, the daring passion and bold visions of rock artists have shaken up social norms and even helped change the course of world politics.

There’ve been some wild stories to go with this wild music. If you’re eager to learn some of the crazy, random facts of rock, Rock Trivia Madness is the book for you! This collection of rock stories from the 1960s to the 1990s will thrill and fascinate fans of music trivia. You’ll learn:

  • How the Beatles helped the Rolling Stones score their first hit
  • How the Velvet Underground helped overthrow the Communists in Poland
  • How David Bowie almost turned his back on fame and fortune
  • What Black Sabbath has in common with James Bond
  • How a PA system helped get David Lee Roth into Van Halen
  • Why the IRA threatened to kidnap U2’s Bono
  • How Sarah McLachlan saved a hip-hop legend’s life
  • How a girlfriend’s gift inspired the Red Hot Chili Peppers to “Give It Away”

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3 thoughts on “Rock Trivia Madness: 60s to 90s Rock Music Trivia & Amazing Facts (Volume 1)”

  1. Co-authors Bill O’Neill and Steve Murray are both prolific writers – and they love to explore all manner of subjects from reiku to trivia. They have gathered fascinating facts about the subject of Rock and stars and have arranged these into Sections on ARTISTS OF THE 60s (Bob Dylan, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Beach Boys, Jimi Hendrix, James Brown, The Grateful Dead, The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Yardbirds, The Kinks, The Doors,…

  2. In 150 pages, the authors have compiled enough interesting tidbits of rock and roll history to get most people sufficiently prepped for a day on Jeopardy, with Alex Trebek.Just pray you don’t have to compete with the like of Pat Sajak, or any other disc jockey. (More about Sajak at the end of this review.)This book opens with an overview of some of the key players in the early fays of Rock And Roll. Although I found this of sume interest, I felt it should not hsve gone…

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