Clues for: Pop Music

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Here's a "Sign Of The Times"--he's a real Cheshire cat Harry Styles 200 June 21, 2019
Ariana Grande sings, "When all is said & done, you will believe" this, a 2018 song that mixes spirituality & female power "God Is A Woman" 400 June 21, 2019
"I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It" was a No. 1 Album for this "Yearly" band The 1975 600 June 21, 2019
A song by Zedd, Maren Morris & Grey asks, "Oh baby, why don't you just meet me in" this title place the middle 800 June 21, 2019
Ka-ching! Post Malone teamed up with him for "Psycho" Ty Dolla Sign 1000 June 21, 2019
The 2016 Grammycast featured "Make Me Like You", a video recorded live on roller skates by this singer Gwen Stefani 200 April 12, 2016
She co-wrote her hit "All About That Bass" Meghan Trainor 400 April 12, 2016
We've got the same love for this duo, a rapper and DJ-producer, seen here Ryan Lewis and Macklemore 600 April 12, 2016
In 2015 Zayn Malik officially quit this band One Direction 800 April 12, 2016
Former "SNL" cast member Rob Schneider is the father of this "Ex's & Oh's" singer Elle King 1000 April 12, 2016
He's the Canadian pop sensation being sensational here"There's gonna be one less lonely girl..." Justin Bieber 200 May 3, 2012
This roc-a-fella introduced us to a "Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)" Jay-Z 400 May 3, 2012
"You Sent Me Flying", sang this British woman who died young in 2011 Amy Winehouse 600 May 3, 2012
Ontario native seen hereback in high school. We hear she had a thingfor "Sk8er Bois" Avril Lavigne 800 May 3, 2012
M. Ward & Zooey Deschanel, I now pronoun you this duo She & Him 1000 May 3, 2012
A drawing of a school chum of Julian Lennon inspired this song about a "girl with kaleidoscope eyes" "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds" 200 July 15, 2010
Their last hit was 1971's "Riders On The Storm" The Doors 400 July 15, 2010
At the 2009 Grammys, her "Still Unforgettable" won the award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album Natalie Cole 600 July 15, 2010
This Coldplay hit includes the lines "I hear Jerusalem bells a-ringing, Roman cavalry choirs are singing" "Viva La Vida" 800 July 15, 2010
Their 1979 album "Breakfast in America" featured a feast of hits like "Take The Long Way Home" Supertramp 1000 July 15, 2010
"Pinball Wizard" was a Top 40 hit for this '60s group The Who 200 July 7, 2008
This Don McLean song was inspired by the 1959 death of Buddy Holly "American Pie" 400 July 7, 2008
2004's "Genius Loves Company", featuring a dozen duets, was the final new album by this man Ray Charles 600 July 7, 2008
In 1984 this group broke into the Top 40 with "Red Red Wine"; in 2008 they broke up UB40 800 July 7, 2008
"Kate" is what family & friends call this singer of "Suddenly I See" KT Tunstall 1000 July 7, 2008
The title of a 2005 album by The White Stripes is "Get Behind Me" you Satan 200 January 25, 2008
The tragic events of this date inspired the song "Skylines And Turnstiles" by My Chemical Romance September 11 400 January 25, 2008
It's the royal-sounding title of Fergie's solo album <i>The Duchess</i> 600 January 25, 2008
Pink took part in the remake of "Lady Marmalade", featured on the soundtrack of this Nicole Kidman film <i>Moulin Rouge!</i> 800 January 25, 2008
"Somebody Told Me" that The Killers were formed in this city in 2002 Las Vegas 1000 January 25, 2008
In 2006 he was back with the hit "SexyBack" Justin Timberlake 200 February 15, 2007
In 2006 this singer from The Black Eyed Peas released this solo album "The Dutchess" Fergie 400 February 15, 2007
Her video for "Hung Up", from her album "Confessions on a Dance Floor", features krumping Madonna 600 February 15, 2007
This group's over-the-top video for "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" won Video of the Year at the 2006 MTV VMAs Panic! at the Disco 800 February 15, 2007
Welcome MCR, this alt-rock group, to "The Black Parade", its 2006 concept album My Chemical Romance 1000 February 15, 2007
It wasn't deja vu when this member of Destiny's Child sang with Jay-Z on the 2006 song "Deja Vu" Beyoncé 200 October 3, 2006
This "Walk Away" singer didn't thank "American Idol" when she won a Grammy in 2006 Kelly Clarkson 400 October 3, 2006
Michalka is the last name of these sisters who sing "Chemicals React" Aly & AJ 600 October 3, 2006
In 2005, she topped the album charts with "The Emancipation of Mimi" Mariah Carey 800 October 3, 2006
This "Girl Like Me" songstress was born in Barbados Rihanna 1000 October 3, 2006
"Pop" is on this 'N Sync album whose title refers ironically to the band's fame <i>Celebrity</i> 200 May 7, 2004
You'll understand her songs, like "Ironic" & "Hands Clean", when you're older & more bitter Alanis Morissette 400 May 7, 2004
These "Who Let The Dogs Out?" hitmakers come, logically enough, from the Bahamas the Baha Men 600 May 7, 2004
With spiky hair & names like Sid Vicious, this style of rock music shocked people in the '70s punk 800 May 7, 2004
Despite their name, at least 1 member of this band has already hit 20:"That is how we want it /Floorfiller /That is how we need it" the A-Teens 1000 May 7, 2004
The title character of this Beatles song is "wearing the face that she keeps in a jar by the door" "Eleanor Rigby" 200 January 1, 2004
For most of the '70s, Elton John collaborated with this lyricist on songs like "Your Song" Bernie Taupin 400 January 1, 2004
She stayed at No. 1 for 8 weeks in 1993 with "Dreamlover" Mariah Carey 600 January 1, 2004
In 1978 Barbra Streisand & Neil Diamond had a No. 1 hit with this duet "You Don\'t Bring Me Flowers" 800 January 1, 2004
She made her Top 40 debut with 1972's "You Turn Me On, I'm a Radio" Joni Mitchell 1000 January 1, 2004
In 2002 this rocker wed Gavin Rossdale, vocalist/guitarist of the group Bush Gwen Stefani 200 February 12, 2003
In the summer of 2002 this Canadian teen made her debut with the hit song "Complicated" Avril Lavigne 400 February 12, 2003
Nickelback's Chad Kroeger is featured on this song, heard here, a hit from a 2002 soundtrack "Hero" 600 February 12, 2003
Liz Phair was a guest vocalist on this Sheryl Crow song that says, "I don't have digital, I don't have diddly squat" "Soak Up the Sun" 800 February 12, 2003
Tunes from this singer-songwriter include "No Such Thing" & "Your Body is a Wonderland" John Mayer 1000 February 12, 2003
Before checking into "Heartbreak Hotel", this superstar drove a truck for the Crown Electric Company Elvis Presley 200 November 8, 2002
They're the fraternal goodbye-sters who sang the 1957 hit "Bye Bye Love" The Everly Brothers 400 November 8, 2002
This band's albums include "Animals", "A Saucer Full of Secrets" & "Dark Side of the Moon" Pink Floyd 600 November 8, 2002
In their Top 40 hit "Born to Be Wild", this band is credited with popularizing the term "heavy metal" Steppenwolf 800 November 8, 2002
Golden Earring's first Top 40 hit, this "love" song cruised to No. 13 in 1974 "Radar Love" 1000 November 8, 2002
This band's 2001 CD "Weathered" spent 8 consecutive weeks atop the Billboard album chart Creed 200 May 9, 2002
'70s classic heard here"Plucked her eyebrows on the way /Shaved her legs and then he was a she /She says, 'Hey babe'" "Walk On The Wild Side" 400 May 9, 2002
Aaron Lewis is the lead singer of this "It's Been Awhile" alterna-band Staind 600 May 9, 2002
This group heard here gets its name from a hockey penalty"I'm more than a bird /I'm more than a plane /I'm more than some pretty face /Beside a train" Five for Fighting 800 May 9, 2002
Footage from a concert at the Fillmore is included in his video for "Babylon" David Gray 1000 May 9, 2002
Mick Jagger & this group have had a satisfying career with hits like "Satisfaction" & "Jumpin' Jack Flash" The Rolling Stones 100 February 14, 2001
This Latin singing sensation sang "Cup of Life" at President George W. Bush's inauguration Ricky Martin 200 February 14, 2001
In 2000 these gals released "Forever", their first album since "gingery" Geri Halliwell left the group the Spice Girls 300 February 14, 2001
This group with Agnetha & Bjorn came to fame in the '70s after "Waterloo" won the Eurovision song contest ABBA 400 February 14, 2001
It was "smooth" sailing for this guitar great who released his award-winning "Supernatural" album in 1999 Carlos Santana 500 February 14, 2001
Her 1990 greatest hits album is called "The Immaculate Collection" Madonna 100 February 5, 2001
He was "Born in the U.S.A." on Sept. 23, 1949 Bruce Springsteen 200 February 5, 2001
This Beatles song begins, "When I find myself in times of trouble, Mother Mary comes to me" "Let It Be" 300 February 5, 2001
This rock band's 1991 concert film "At the Max" was shot during their Steel Wheels tour The Rolling Stones 400 February 5, 2001
It's the group heard here Blondie 500 February 5, 2001
In May 2000 she released her second album, "Oops!...I Did It Again" Britney Spears 100 December 29, 2000
"Bye Bye Bye" from the album "No Strings Attached" was a hit for this group \'N Sync 200 December 29, 2000
Their 1998 album "Dizzy Up the Girl" includes the songs "Slide", "Broadway" & "Black Balloon" the Goo Goo Dolls 300 December 29, 2000
His song "You Make Me Wanna" was nominated for a Grammy Usher 400 December 29, 2000
This single-named singer-turned aactress is aalphabetically first in "The Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits" Aaliyah 500 December 29, 2000
1969's Las Vegas Entertainer of the Year was this "King of Rock & Roll" Elvis Presley 100 April 8, 1999
This band with an "Appetite for Destruction" is known as G N' R Guns N\' Roses 200 April 8, 1999
This "Fly" group's latest CD "14:59" plays on their so-called 15 minutes of fame Sugar Ray 300 April 8, 1999
When INXS went home, they went to this country Australia 400 April 8, 1999
Before recording their own songs in 1969, he & Bernie Taupin wrote for other artists Elton John 500 April 8, 1999
Ladies' Home Journal named this "Like A Virgin" singer one of the 100 most important women of the 20th century Madonna 100 March 22, 1999
Their rock opera albums "Tommy" & "Quadrophenia" were both turned into films The Who 200 March 22, 1999
The group that finished the '80s as Starship first took off in the '60s under this name Jefferson Airplane 300 March 22, 1999
This '60s singer-guitarist called "Foxy Lady" "about the only happy song" he'd ever written Jimi Hendrix 400 March 22, 1999
This group was reeling in the '70s with hits like "Reeling in the Years", "Peg" & "Do It Again" Steely Dan 500 March 22, 1999
In February 1995 he reunited with his E Street Band to perform for a "Murder Incorporated" video shoot Bruce Springsteen 100 July 13, 1998
Feedback was first used in pop music in this Beatles song heard here: "I Feel Fine" 200 July 13, 1998
This group's "Night Fever" stayed at No. 1 longer than any other single of 1978--8 weeks the Bee Gees 300 July 13, 1998
This Tony Orlando & Dawn hit became a theme of hope during the Iranian Hostage Crisis, 1979 to 1981 "Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree" 400 July 13, 1998
After disbanding in 1968 these "brothers" reunited in 1974 & had a No. 3 hit with "Rock And Roll Heaven" The Righteous Brothers 500 July 13, 1998
It's the "Fab" group heard here: The Beatles 100 July 9, 1998
No whats or whys about it; it's the band heard here: The Who 200 July 9, 1998
A Tennessee native, this singer heard here was born Anna Mae Bullock: Tina Turner 300 July 9, 1998
Daughter of an opera singer heard here with a 1992 No. 1 hit: Mariah Carey 400 July 9, 1998
Group that flew up the charts with the song heard here: Counting Crows 500 July 9, 1998
His 1982 album "Thriller" spawned the No. 1 hits "Beat It" & "Billie Jean" Michael Jackson 100 May 5, 1998
Andre Young is better known as this influential "physician" of rap Dr. Dre 200 May 5, 1998
Noted singer & tour organizer heard here Sarah McLachlan 300 May 5, 1998
Despite its name, this group seen here is better known for its music than its encounters with the police Arrested Development 400 May 5, 1998
In 1995 Montell Jordan had a No. 1 pop & R&B hit with "this" "This Is How We Do It" 500 May 5, 1998
A revised version of this song sold over 3 million copies its first week of sales, Sept. 23-29, 1997 "Candle In The Wind" 100 March 31, 1998
Released August 29, 1997, her album "You Light Up My Life" went platinum October 10 LeAnn Rimes 200 March 31, 1998
Celine Dion's "Tell Him" came out one week before this lady, her duet partner, released it on her album Barbra Streisand 400 March 31, 1998
The 1995 Best Male Rock Vocal Grammy went to this singer for "You Don't Know How It Feels" Tom Petty 500 March 31, 1998
(Hi, I'm Vanessa Marcil.) I've appeared in 2 of this symbolized singer's videos, "Undertaker" & "The Most Beautiful Girl In The World" The Artist Formerly Known As Prince March 31, 1998
We were shocked to hear this Rolling Stone was the guest vocalist on the Jacksons' hit "State of Shock" Mick Jagger 100 January 16, 1998
His then-wife Christie Brinkley painted the cover of his 1993 album "River of Dreams" Billy Joel 200 January 16, 1998
Cindy Birdsong sang with Patti LaBelle's Blue Belles before joining this Motown trio in 1967 The Supremes 300 January 16, 1998
Elton John & Kiki Dee had a No. 1 hit with "Don't Go" doing this Breaking My Heart 400 January 16, 1998
In 1978 he asked, "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?" & also recorded "I Was Only Joking" Rod Stewart 500 January 16, 1998
In 1974 her song "The Way We Were" was replaced at No. 1 by "Love's Theme" but regained the top spot a week later Barbra Streisand 100 July 1, 1997
This band's 1987 album "Appetite For Destruction" has sold over 13 million copies Guns N\' Roses 200 July 1, 1997
In 1992 Michael Bolton reached the Top 20 with "Missing You Now", a duet with this saxophonist Kenny G 300 July 1, 1997
With 10 weeks, her "Physical" single spent more time at No. 1 than any other single of the 1980s Olivia Newton-John 400 July 1, 1997
Of the many times "Unchained Melody" has reached the Top 40 by various artists, 3 times were by this duo The Righteous Brothers July 1, 1997
This leader of the Heartbreakers backed Stevie Nicks on her 1981 solo album "Bella Donna" Tom Petty 100 April 30, 1997
Selections from this Irish group's "Pop" CD were available on the internet prior to its March 1997 release U2 200 April 30, 1997
He won a 1996 Grammy for Best Male Rock Performance for "Where It's At" from his "Odelay" CD Beck 300 April 30, 1997
This group won a 1996 Grammy for Best Hard Rock Performance for "Bullet With Butterfly Wings" the Smashing Pumpkins 400 April 30, 1997
Her self-titled debut album, which included the hit "Vision of Love", reached the top of the charts in 1990 Mariah Carey 500 April 30, 1997
This Chubby Checker hit charted twice, both times reaching No. 1 "The Twist" 100 April 16, 1997
"Beefy" singer whose first No. 1 hit was "I'd Do Anything For Love" from his 1993 CD "Bat Out Of Hell II" Meat Loaf 200 April 16, 1997
This group's 1995 album "Pulse" includes a live performance of all the songs from "Dark Side of the Moon" Pink Floyd 300 April 16, 1997
Her 1991 hit "Coming Out of the Dark" was about her tour bus accident of the preceding year Gloria Estefan 400 April 16, 1997
R&B quartet consisting of "Squirt", "Bass", "Slim" & "Alex Vanderpool" Boyz II Men 500 April 16, 1997
Pink Floyd & the Velvet Underground were inducted into this at a January 1996 ceremony The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 100 March 6, 1997
This Miss America had a 1995 hit with "Colors of the Wind" Vanessa Williams 200 March 6, 1997
Born David Thomsett, this British-born singer sang for Blood, Sweat & Tears under this name David Clayton-Thomas 300 March 6, 1997
These 2 singers, with 4 first names between them, had the 1991 No. 1 hit "Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me" Elton John & George Michael 400 March 6, 1997
He's been paired musically with Roberta Flack, Celine Dion, Regina Belle & Kenny G on top 40 hits Peabo Bryson 500 March 6, 1997
This rocker's 1988 album "Tina Live in Europe" won a Grammy for Best Rock Vocal Performance Tina Turner 100 January 8, 1997
On Feb. 9, 1964 the Beatles made their live U.S. TV debut on this show, reaching an audience of 73 million <i>The Ed Sullivan Show</i> 200 January 8, 1997
Dean Torrence of Jan & Dean sang on this group's 1966 hit "Barbara Ann" The Beach Boys 300 January 8, 1997
Of Emerson, Lake & Palmer, he was the drummer (Carl) Palmer 400 January 8, 1997
Mariah Carey joined with this group to record the 1995 hit "One Sweet Day" Boyz II Men 500 January 8, 1997
Her best-selling autobiography was titled "I, Tina: My Life Story" Tina Turner 100 January 2, 1997
B.B. King joined this band on "When Love Comes To Town" on their "Rattle And Hum" album U2 200 January 2, 1997
This 1960s pop & country star opened a hotel in Nashville called King Of The Road Roger Miller 300 January 2, 1997
Elvis' one appearance on this WSM country music program, October 2, 1954, was considered lackluster Grand Ole Opry 400 January 2, 1997
In 1969 this lead singer of Paul Revere & The Raiders began pursuing a solo career Mark Lindsay 500 January 2, 1997
Little Richard has a street named for him in Macon in this state Georgia 100 December 27, 1996
His 1961 hit "Let's Twist Again" received a Grammy for best rock & roll recording Chubby Checker 200 December 27, 1996
This group's "Hotel California" album spawned 2 No. 1 hits, "New Kid In Town" & the title tune The Eagles 300 December 27, 1996
This "American Pie" singer was the subject of "Killing Me Softly With His Song" Don McLean 500 December 27, 1996
In 1978 this group earned Motown its first million seller in the U.K. with the following:"You're once, twice, three times a lady, and I love you..." The Commodores December 27, 1996
This 1995 Disney film won Oscars for its musical score & for best song, "Colors Of The Wind" "Pocahontas" 100 December 9, 1996
Once a backup singer for David Bowie, he released 2 early albums with his own band, Luther Luther Vandross 200 December 9, 1996
"Valotte" was this first Top 10 hit for this son of a Beatle Julian Lennon 300 December 9, 1996
Karen & Richard Carpenter won their 1st Grammys in 1970 & this Carpenter won her 1st Grammy in 1992 Mary Chapin Carpenter 400 December 9, 1996
Steven Spielberg film that inspired the 1982 hit heard here:"Turn on your heartlight /Let it shine wherever you go..." <i>E.T.</i> December 9, 1996
Before forming this group Keith Richards & Mick Jagger played in Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated The Rolling Stones 100 September 11, 1996
In 1991 his "Ropin' the Wind" became the first country album to enter the pop charts at No. 1 Garth Brooks 200 September 11, 1996
In 1985 Sammy Hagar replaced him as lead singer of Van Halen David Lee Roth 400 September 11, 1996
His first pop hit, "Fingertips Part 2", came from the 1963 album "The Twelve Year Old Genius" Stevie Wonder 500 September 11, 1996
In 1996 radio listeners got "Up Close & Personal" with this singer of the film's theme:"You were my strength when I was weak /You were my voice when I couldn't speak /You were my eyes when I couldn't see /You saw the best there was in me /Lifted me up..." Celine Dion September 11, 1996
His 1973 hit "Love Me Like a Rock" featured the Dixie Hummingbirds on vocal backup Paul Simon 100 September 4, 1996
In 1980 Pink Floyd scored its only No. 1 single with "Another" one of these a "Brick In The Wall" 200 September 4, 1996
Anthony Kiedis is the lead singer of this "Hot" rock group the Red Hot Chili Peppers 300 September 4, 1996
In 1978 this Fleetwood Mac LP won a Grammy for Album of the Year <i>Rumours</i> 400 September 4, 1996
In 1990 this Righteous Brothers hit recharted & went platinum after its exposure in the movie "Ghost" "Unchained Melody" 500 September 4, 1996
In 1995 the Leader Federal Bank in Memphis issued a Mastercard featuring 3 images of this performer Elvis Presley 100 May 28, 1996
This group got "Satisfaction" in 1964 with its first U.S. Top 10 hit, "Time is on My Side" The Rolling Stones 200 May 28, 1996
It's the musical instrument played by Dave Clark of the Dave Clark Five drums 300 May 28, 1996
This vocalist with the Lovin' Spoonful wrote the group's hit "Do You Believe in Magic?" John Sebastian 400 May 28, 1996
Jackson Browne was once a member of this "grubby" group whose hits included "Mr. Bojangles" Nitty Gritty Dirt Band 500 May 28, 1996
Entertainment Weekly reported the video for his "Scream" duet with sister Janet cost $7 million Michael Jackson 100 May 6, 1996
Members of this "Joshua Tree" band began playing together as Dublin high school students U2 200 May 6, 1996
Her "All I Wanna Do" earned a Grammy as 1994's Record of the Year Sheryl Crow 300 May 6, 1996
This group's tour was delayed in 1995 when drummer Bill Berry was struck by an aneurysm R.E.M. 400 May 6, 1996
Trent Reznor is the only permanent member of this band, NIN for short Nine Inch Nails 500 May 6, 1996
The original title of this Roberta Flack hit was "Killing Me Softly with His Blues" "Killing Me Softly with His Song" 100 April 26, 1996
"U.N.I.T.Y." is a pro-female rap song about self-respect by this "Queen of Rap Music" Queen Latifah 200 April 26, 1996
In 1982 he sang "The Girl is Mine" with Michael Jackson & "Ebony and Ivory" with Stevie Wonder Paul McCartney 300 April 26, 1996
These brothers made "Cathy's Clown" a No. 1 hit in 1960; Reba McEntire did the same in 1989 The Everly Brothers 500 April 26, 1996
This 1978 film based on a Broadway musical gave us the No. 1 hit heard here: "You're the one that I want (you are the one I want), ooh ooh ooh..." <i>Grease</i> April 26, 1996
In 1960, the year of his Army discharge, he had 3 No. 1 hits including "It's Now Or Never" Elvis Presley 100 April 9, 1996
His 1983 hit "Beat It" featured Eddie Van Halen on guitar Michael Jackson 200 April 9, 1996
This band adapted its name from Leonard Skinner, a gym teacher who loathed their long hair Lynyrd Skynyrd 300 April 9, 1996
Her 1985 hit "Crazy For You" reached the Top 5 in the U.K., as did its 1991 remixed version Madonna 400 April 9, 1996
While touring with The Beach Boys, she was cast in a major role in "To Sir With Love" Lulu 500 April 9, 1996
On July 6, 1964 this first Beatles film premiered in London <i>A Hard Day\'s Night</i> 100 November 20, 1995
In 1989, Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend & John Entwistle reunited as this group for an American tour The Who 200 November 20, 1995
"Killing Me Softly With His Song" was inspired by a concert performance by this "American Pie" singer Don McLean 300 November 20, 1995
In 1969 Sam Phillips sold this Memphis-based record label to Shelby Singleton of Nashville Sun Records 400 November 20, 1995
This performer won a 1981 Grammy for Record of the Year for "Bette Davis Eyes" Kim Carnes 500 November 20, 1995
This Doors vocalist left the group after recording "L.A. Woman" & moved to Paris to write poetry Jim Morrison 100 October 3, 1995
This Neil Diamond tune begins, "Where it began, I cant begin to knowin', but then I know it's grown' strong" "Sweet Caroline" 200 October 3, 1995
This "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?" singer performed the hot harmonica licks on 1964's "My Boy Lollypop" Rod Stewart 300 October 3, 1995
1 of 2 California prisons where Johnny Cash recorded live albums in the late '60s (1 of) Folsom or San Quentin 400 October 3, 1995
Barbra Streisand teamed with him to win a 1980 Grammy for "Guilty" Barry Gibb 500 October 3, 1995
As this group, Donny & his brothers had only one No. 1 record in the U.S.: "One Bad Apple" in 1971 The Osmonds 100 September 27, 1995
"Piano Man", released in 1973, was his first successful album Billy Joel 200 September 27, 1995
You "can't trust that day", according to The Mamas & The Papas Monday(, Monday) 300 September 27, 1995
At age 40, she won 3 Grammys for "Nick of Time", 1989's album of the year Bonnie Raitt 400 September 27, 1995
This British group's 1979 album "The Wall" included the hit single "Another Brick in the Wall" Pink Floyd 500 September 27, 1995
Georgia quartet whose hits include "Stand" & "Losing My Religion" R.E.M. 100 February 6, 1995
On the CD "If I Were" one of these, Sheryl Crow & 4 Non Blondes emulated Karen & Richard a Carpenter 200 February 6, 1995
In 1994 Luther Vandross & Mariah Carey remade this Lionel Richie/Diana Ross duet "Endless Love" 300 February 6, 1995
Trent Reznor's alternative band who recorded the album "The Downward Spiral" Nine Inch Nails 400 February 6, 1995
Singer heard here, she's been compared to Bruce Springsteen & Janis Joplin:"Come to my window /Crawl inside, wait by the light of the Moon /Come to my window /I'll be home soon..." Melissa Etheridge February 6, 1995
This group's debut LP, "Please Please Me", topped the U.K. charts in 1963 The Beatles 100 January 20, 1995
Dr. Dre & Digable Planets won Grammys in 1994 for performances in this music genre rap 200 January 20, 1995
His Top 10 hits in the 1960s include "Little Sister" & "Return To Sender" Elvis Presley 300 January 20, 1995
In 1968 his "(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay" became the first No. 1 posthumous hit by a solo artist Otis Redding 400 January 20, 1995
His 1959 Top 10 hit "Oh! Carol" was dedicated to singer-songwriter Carole King Neil Sedaka 500 January 20, 1995
Prior to The Beatles, he was the drummer for Rory Storm and the Hurricanes Ringo Starr 100 November 18, 1994
This American rocker's 1st Top Ten hit in the United Kingdom was "Dancing in the Dark" in 1985 Bruce Springsteen 200 November 18, 1994
Prince's #1 hit, "Let's Go Crazy", was from this 1984 film "Purple Rain" 300 November 18, 1994
In 1967 Cindy Birdsong replaced Florence Ballard in this trio The Supremes 400 November 18, 1994
This Elton John hit is subtitled "I Think It's Gonna Be A Long, Long Time" "Rocket Man" 500 November 18, 1994
Her 1993 album "janet." reached No. 1 partly due to the success of the single "That's The Way Love Goes" Janet Jackson 100 February 21, 1994
Groups from this country have included INXS & Men at Work Australia 200 February 21, 1994
In October 1993 this group's "Vs." album debuted at No. 1 with sales of 950,000 copies Pearl Jam 300 February 21, 1994
This "Funky Divas" quartet consists of Dawn Robinson, Terry Ellis, Cindy Herron & Maxine Jones En Vogue 400 February 21, 1994
This group's "Janie's Got A Gun" single won a 1990 Grammy for Best Rock Vocal by a Duo or Group Aerosmith 500 February 21, 1994
"Oh, Pretty Woman" in 1964 was this artist's last Top 10 hit until "You Got It" reached No. 9 in 1989 Roy Orbison 100 November 17, 1993
In 1962 he teamed with Dee Dee Sharp to record yet another dance hit, "Slow Twistin'" Chubby Checker 200 November 17, 1993
No. 1 song that begins "Imagine me and you, I do, I think about you day and night..." "Happy Together" 300 November 17, 1993
This Irish group's "Rattle and Hum" album topped both the U.S. & U.K. album charts U2 400 November 17, 1993
In 1983 this group from down under hit it big with "Down Under" Men At Work 500 November 17, 1993
"Let's" do this dance "again, like we did last summer" "The Twist" 100 September 28, 1993
The soundtrack to this 1984 Prince movie was No. 1 for 24 straight weeks <i>Purple Rain</i> 200 September 28, 1993
She won a Best Female Pop Vocal Grammy for her 1980 song "The Rose" Bette Midler 300 September 28, 1993
It begins, "Standing on a mountain looking down on a city, the way I feel is a doggone pity..." "Mountain of Love" 400 September 28, 1993
Since 1974 it's been Bob Seger's band Silver Bullets 500 September 28, 1993
This singer's "Born in the U.S.A." album spawned 7 Top 10 singles (Bruce) Springsteen 100 February 22, 1993
This rapper topped the charts in 1990 with "Ice Ice Baby" Vanilla Ice 200 February 22, 1993
It's the title of Natalie Cole's 1992 Grammy-winning album & song of the year "Unforgettable" 300 February 22, 1993
Madonna's hits "Vogue" & "Hanky Panky" were from the CD inspired by this 1990 film <i>Dick Tracy</i> 500 February 22, 1993
(Video Daily Double)Rock star who, in October 1992, released the album whose title is pictured here: Prince February 22, 1993
"Photograph" and "You're Sixteen" made him the only ex-Beatle to have two consecutive songs reach #1 in the U.S. Ringo Starr 100 November 19, 1992
This Stones hit begins "It is the evening of the day, I sit and watch the children play" "As Tears Go By" 200 November 19, 1992
"But don't forget who's takin' you home and in whose arms you're gonna be, so darlin', save" this "The Last Dance For Me" 300 November 19, 1992
This rock star of the '50s & '60s hit the charts again in the '70s with the Stone Canyon Band Ricky Nelson 400 November 19, 1992
This 1961 Lawrence Welk pop hit takes its title from the name of a city in India & features a harpsichord "Calcutta" 500 November 19, 1992
This duo won 1989's Best New Artist Grammy, but later it was rescinded Milli Vanilli 100 October 27, 1992
Dionne Warwick's "That's What Friends Are For" was knocked out of No. 1 by this first cousin's "How Will I Know?" Whitney Houston 200 October 27, 1992
In 1982 he & Andrew Ridgely formed the successful duo Wham! George Michael 300 October 27, 1992
In 1978 John Travolta & this singer teamed for 2 Top 5 hits, "You're the One that I Want" & "Summer Nights" Olivia Newton-John 400 October 27, 1992
Formerly of Cream, this legendary rock guitarist is nicknamed "Slowhand" Eric Clapton 500 October 27, 1992
Folk songs written by this performer include "Times They are A-Changin'" & "Mr. Tambourine Man" Bob Dylan 100 March 26, 1992
In this song, "He's gonna get caught, just you wait & see, 'why is everybody always pickin' on me?'" "Charlie Brown" 200 March 26, 1992
Of Crosby, Stills, Nash or Young, the one born in England Graham Nash 300 March 26, 1992
Juice Newton peaked at No. 2 with this song named after a playing card "Queen of Hearts" 400 March 26, 1992
This record by Kyu Sakamoto is the only Japanese language song to reach No. 1 in America "Sukiyaki" 500 March 26, 1992
In 1966, he had 4 Top 40 hits including "It Was A Very Good Year" Frank Sinatra 100 September 10, 1990
After Big Brother and the Holding Company she sang with the Full Tilt Boogie Band Janis Joplin 200 September 10, 1990
Velvety-voiced singer who starred with Dorothy Dandridge in the 1954 film "Carmen Jones" Harry Belafonte 400 September 10, 1990
Freda Payne sang with Duke Ellington in the 1960s & in 1970 had her 1st hit with this song about a wedding ring "Band Of Gold" 500 September 10, 1990
Heard here, this singer's last No. 1 single was released posthumously in 1973:"If I could save time in a bottle..." Jim Croce September 10, 1990
Completes the title of the 1975 album that includes "Sara Smile", "Daryl Hall &..." John Oates 100 June 20, 1990
Her 1989 album "Warm and Tender" is filled with lullabies & ballads for her little daughter, Chloe Olivia Newton-John 200 June 20, 1990
He didn't do too badly in 1982 with "Hurts So Good" John Cougar (Mellencamp) 300 June 20, 1990
No. 1 hits he wrote include Peter, Paul & Mary's "Leaving on a Jet Plane" & his own "Annie's Song" John Denver 400 June 20, 1990
Born Malcolm Rebennack, in 1973 he had a big hit with "Right Time, Wrong Place" Dr. John 500 June 20, 1990
This group's "Beauty & the Beat" album was the first by a female rock band to reach No. 1 The Go-Go\'s 100 May 10, 1990
"Dancing in the Street" from the Live-Aid concert paired David Bowie with this rock legend Mick Jagger 200 May 10, 1990
In 1984 this comic parodied Michael Jackson's "Beat It" with record & video versions of "Eat It" "Weird Al" Yankovic 300 May 10, 1990
When David Lee Roth left Van Halen, he jumped in Sammy Hagar 400 May 10, 1990
These "Sultans of Swing" did "The Walk of Life" in 1985 Dire Straits 500 May 10, 1990
FYI, for your information, FYC is this group that gave us the album "The Raw And The Cooked" Fine Young Cannibals 100 February 6, 1990
"Wheel of Fortune" is mentioned in his 1989 hit "We Didn't Start The Fire" Billy Joel 200 February 6, 1990
Parts of her "Electric Youth" video were filmed on the stage next to ours Debbie Gibson 300 February 6, 1990
It's what the numbers in the title of Dino's hit "24/7" refer to 24 hours a day/7 days a week 500 February 6, 1990
In 1963 Eydie Gorme sang "Blame It On The Bossa Nova"; in 1989 this group sang the following:"Blame it on the rain..." Milli Vanilli February 6, 1990
Nickname of Robert Bell, who along with "the Gang", had hits like "Jungle Boogie" & "Celebration" Kool 100 June 9, 1989
His "Graceland" album won a Grammy in 1987; his "Graceland" single won one the following year Paul Simon 200 June 9, 1989
According to this Credence Clearwater Revivial song, "People on the river are happy to give" "Proud Mary" 300 June 9, 1989
This group's 1982 debut album "Business as Usual" & debut single "Who Can It Be Now?" both reached No. 1 Men at Work 500 June 9, 1989
1 of 2 singers with whom Julio Iglesias had Top 20 singles in 1984 (1 of) Willie Nelson (or Diana Ross) June 9, 1989
In 1964 the Beatles exclaimed, "She's in love with me and I feel" this fine 100 March 31, 1989
In her 1971 hit, Carole King sang that she felt this under her feet the earth move 200 March 31, 1989
"Strollin' in the park, watchin' winter turn to spring...that's the time" Roberta Flack felt like doin' this makin\' love 300 March 31, 1989
In his biggest hit, Guy Mitchell sang he "never felt more like" doing this, the song's title "Singing the Blues" 400 March 31, 1989
In 1975 Morris Albert "wo wo wo"ed his way onto the pop charts with this hit "Feelings" 500 March 31, 1989
After singing lead for 9 years, Peter Gabriel left this band in '75 & Phil Collins took over Genesis 100 March 3, 1989
In 1988 Shadoe Stevens replaced him as host of American Top 40 Casey Kasem 200 March 3, 1989
In her big hit "Mashed Potato Time", Dee Dee Sharp asked for this on her mashed potatoes gravy 300 March 3, 1989
If he were "Stuck on You", he might say "Hello", "You Are" "Truly" "My Love" -- "All Night Long" Lionel Richie 400 March 3, 1989
1 of 2 girls in the title of No. 1 hits by the Everly Brothers Susie (or Cathy) 500 March 3, 1989
In '70s song titles this word preceded "Down", "Wonderland", & "Oogie, Oogie" boogie 100 September 15, 1986
Drum-pounding Prince protege, her "E." stands for Escovedo Sheila 200 September 15, 1986
He said he changed his name because "Stuart & the Ants" didn't sound right Adam Ant 300 September 15, 1986
In "Desperately Seeking Susan", she was "Into the Groove" Madonna 100 September 25, 1985
He went from writing McDonald's jingles to breaking record in 1983 for fastest sell-out Barry Manilow 200 September 25, 1985
In 1985, this Chicago hit proved "addictive" "You\'re A Hard Habit To Break" 300 September 25, 1985
She was 1st Canadian female to earn a gold record in the U.S. Anne Murray 400 September 25, 1985
She recorded, then performed at 1980 Oscars 2 themes up for Best Song, "Ice Castles" & "The Promise" Melissa Manchester 500 September 25, 1985
In '62, the Four Seasons asked this "Baby" "Can you come out tonight?" Sherry 100 May 30, 1985
Fleetwood Mac album, or chatter about Mick going bankrupt & Lindsey being lonely <i>Rumours</i> 200 May 30, 1985
This "Wonderful, Wonderful" singer is said to have been 1st Black singer to reach millionaire status Johnny Mathis 300 May 30, 1985
Contrary to their '84 hit, this duo is definitely not "Out of Touch" Hall & Oates 400 May 30, 1985
Written by Bruce Springsteen, this song was a "hot" number for the Pointer Sisters in '79 "Fire" 500 May 30, 1985