Welcome to Billy Healy’s ‘Wide Bay Today’ ‘Classic Calendar Quizzes’ for Wednesday March 7th.
All the answers after 9am today on Wide Bay Today!
On this date in 1954 ‘The Sydney Morning Herald’ reported on a new craze, flattening pennies under what train? On this date in 1966 Tina Turner recorded her vocals for ‘River Deep, Mountain High’. The song, together with whom, was a top 5 hit. On this date in 1987 ‘The Beatles’ first 5 albums were released on what?
On this date in 1970 Simon & Garfunkel’s ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’ started a ten week stay at the top of the US albums chart. The duo had done what earlier? On this date in 1976 Elton John was immortalised in wax at Madame Tussaud’s Wax Works in what city? In 1991, on this date, ‘Rollingstone’ Magazine readers voted what Brit best male singer and sexiest male artist of the year?
On this date in 2007 brother of Michael Hutchence Rhett Hutchence defended his decision to do what? He said at the time he needed the money to set-up home with his new girlfriend. On this date in 2012 the sales of ‘Monkees’ records soared after what happened? On this date in 1946 Lead Singer of The J. Giles Band – Peter Wolf was born in The Bronx, New York. He was once married to whom?