It would be easy to find the answers on Google, how many do you really know without looking?
1. True or false? Paul got the name "Eleanor Rigby" from a tombstone in the graveyard of St. Peter's Parish Church in Woolton, Liverpool, just yards away from where Paul McCartney met John Lennon in 1957.
2. What prompted Bruce Springsteen to write "Dancing In The Dark"?
3. Who had a juke box in a pavilion near his well-known mansion's swimming pool that contained records by Jerry Lee Lewis, Sammy Davis Jr., Tom Jones and many others, but none of his own songs?
4. Which Southern Rockers tried out the names "The Noble Five" and later "My Backyard", before choosing the name they would stick with?
5. Which TV show was on in the US for 23 years and showcased nearly every major music act of the 60's?
6. True or False? Procol Harum's "A Whiter Shade Of Pale" has been recorded by over 900 other artists.
7. To help launch the new Beatles' recording company, Apple Records, the firm encouraged new acts to send in their auditon tapes. They signed Bad Finger, Mary Hopkin and a host of others, but turned down _______.
8. What song did Paul McCartney write after hearing someone say, "black notes, white notes, and you need to play the two to make harmony folks!".
9. Who's mother told him, as a child, that dogs could pick up vibrations from people, so that a dog would bark at "bad vibrations."
10. Who said said when asked if he thought Ringo was the best drummer in the world, replied "Ringo's not even the best drummer in The Beatles."