Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Trivia Tuesday: Music Edition

Happy Holidays everyone! Welcome to the final Trivia Tuesday of 2011. Whether you have to work this week and this Trivia Tuesday gets you a few minutes closer to the end of the day, or you’re at home and want to spend a few minutes challenging yourself, enjoy this special music edition of TT!

1. Who sang the mid-1990s hit, Breakfast at Tiffany’s?

2. Name a Jennifer Lopez song.

3. Name the director of a pretty big movie that’s currently in the theatres who was also the video director of Shattered Dreams by Johnny Hates Jazz.

4. Name the song title and artist based on these lyrics: “Cause you can't have the hop if you don't have the hip.”

5. Name a (the?) song by Dishwala.

6. Name the two movies that Jack Black and Sarah Silverman appeared in which featured a good amount of music/songs.

7. Name the song title and artist based on these lyrics: “Josie’s on a vacation faraway.”

8. In what Emmy award winning 1980s-1990s comedy did a famous character that lived on past this TV show say (this is not an exact quote), “I heard a song on the radio on my way here that should set the tone for this evening. Everybody have fun tonight. (Dramatic pause.) Everybody…Wang Chung tonight. (Yes, this is a bit of a stretch for music.)

9. Name the song title and artist based on these lyrics: “And all the rappers in the top ten, please allow me to bump thee.”

10. Name a musical act performing at this year’s Dick Clark’s New Years Rockin’ Eve.

As always please leave your answers in the comments section below, and do not use the internet for assistance. Good luck!


Nichole Fisher said...

1. Deep Blue Something
2. Play
9. The Humpty Dance- Digital Underground

JQ said...

3. David Fincher?
5. Counting Blue Cars
7. The Outfield, "Your Love"
8. Cheers (Frasier saying the quote)

Sean said...

Nicole & JQ correctly answered 1-3, 5 & 7-9. JQ gets a bonus point for correctly identifying Frasier for #8.

So we still need 4, 6 & 10. Feel free to look up the answer online for #10.

Deborah said...

#4 sounds like Rapper's Delight, but I'm probably wrong.

#6 definitely includes School of Rock. I'd say High Fidelity for the other one except I don't remember Sarah being in that one. Hmm.

Sean said...

Deborah - Good guess on #4. Here's another line from the song: Slide slide slippity-slide. When you're living in a city it's do or die.

School of Rock is correct. Another clue: The other movie (that I know of) is currently in theaters.