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Do you remember the first time you heard Bill Haley and the Comets? If you were born before the 1950s, probably not. But if you’re a child of that decade, then chances are good that “Rock Around the Clock” was one of your first introductions to rock and roll. This quiz is for music lovers who lived through the 1950s, and it’s not going to be easy unless you know your stuff. So warm up those vocal cords, put on your dancing shoes, and let’s rock and roll!

Round 1 – 50s Music

  1. Which acts real surname at birth was LoVechhio?
  2. Who discovered the vocalist Etta James at one of his many talent shows?
  3. Three Steps to Heaven was a hit for whom?
  4. Little Bitty Pretty One was major hit for which act?
  5. Who hit Number 1 in 1950 with “Mona Lisa”?

Some more about 50s Music:

1950’s music was all about Elvis. Rocking hips and shaking pelvises, he paved the way for a new generation of artists who would go on to redefine the sound of popular music. But it wasn’t just Elvis who was making noise in the 1950s. Bill Haley and His Comets’ “Rock Around the Clock” became the first rock and roll song to reach number one on the Billboard charts, and Chuck Berry’s “Maybellene” introduced a new style of guitar-based music that would come to be known as rock and roll. Other artists like Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Buddy Holly continued to push the boundaries of what was acceptable in music, resulting in a decade that would be remembered for its groundbreaking sound.

Round 2 – Movies

  1. Which 1990s war films is set during the Battle of Mount Asten?
  2. What is the name of Keanu Reeves character in “Speed”?
  3. Which war movie is set in 1940’s Spain?
  4. Who plays the lead role in the Philip K Dick adaptation “Minority Report”?
  5. Which Star Wars movie introduces Jango Fett?

Some more about Movies:

Die Hard is considered one of the best action movies of all time. It was released in 1988 and starred Bruce Willis as John McClane, a New York City police officer who is trapped in a Los Angeles office building that has been taken over by terrorists. The movie features some of the most incredible stunts and explosions ever seen on film at the time, and it remains one of the most popular action movies.

Round 3 – Flight

  1. Iberia is an airline from which nation?
  2. Doha airport is the main hub of which airline?
  3. Elmas Airport lies in which Italian City?
  4. What colour is the background of the official Emirates logo?
  5. SLC is the airport code for which airport?

Some more about Flight:

Did you know that the average American spends nearly two hundred days of their life travelling? That’s a lot of time spent in airports, on planes, and in hotels! According to a recent study, the average person travels for 5.97 days during their lifetime. The same study found that travel is most popular among people aged 25-34, who take an average of 7.48 vacation days per year. Americans are the most frequent travelers, with an average of 2.2 trips per year. Europeans take the second-most trips, averaging 1.6 trips per year. The most popular travel destination is France, followed by the United States, Italy, Spain, and China. The average person spends $1,145 on travel each year. So whether you’re planning your next vacation or just daydreaming about travel, now you know some interesting facts about vacation travel!

Round 4 – Anatomy

  1. The width of which part of the human body is defined by the scapula?
  2. What does necrotizing fasciitis attack?
  3. What disease did Los Angeles scientists discover in 1981?
  4. Which part of the body does glaucoma affect?
  5. What is the main artery in the human body?

Some more about Anatomy:

Your anatomy may be fascinating to some, but to others it’s just plain gross. Here are some interesting facts about the human body that may make you squirm. The average person has about 30 square feet of skin, which is the largest organ in the body. The human brain is about three pounds, and consists of about 78% water. The stomach can expand to hold about a gallon of food, and the intestines are about 20 feet long. The heart pumps about 2,000 gallons of blood every day. Humans have 206 bones, and each one is connected to another by ligaments or muscles. Hope you found these anatomy facts interesting but not too gross after all!

Round 5 – Crime

  1. Benazir Bhutto, who was assassinated in 2007, was a former leader of which country?
  2. The film “Monster” is about which serial killer?
  3. Who was executed for the abduction of the Lindbergh baby?
  4. Who was responsible for the Sandy Hook murders?
  5. Who was convicted of the asainated of Martin Luther King?

Some more about Crime:

Crime books are some of the most popular genres out there. They’re suspenseful, thrilling, and often full of twists and turns. But did you know tor instance that crime novels are more likely to be successful if they’re written by women? And that the vast majority of crime and murder books are set in the United States? In fact, American authors dominate the genre, accounting for nearly 60% of all crime and murder books published each year. The average length of a crime novel is around 90,000 words. However, some bestselling authors – such as James Patterson – write much shorter novels, often clocking in at around 40,000 words. Crime and murder books are often serialized, meaning that they’re published in installments. This allows readers to follow the story over a longer period of time, and it also helps to boost sales.



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