Music Quiz 1
Freddie Garritty, lead singer of Manchester group Freddie and the Dreamers, was renowned for his frenetic on-stage antics – including high jumps and split kicks. In fact, he was described as a little dynamo. But how tall was he?
What was the title of Stockport band 10cc’s first single? It went to No. 2 in the UK charts in October 1972
Believe it not, three groups from Manchester – Freddie and the Dreamers, Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders and Herman’s Hermits – recorded consecutive Number One hits in the US singles chart of spring 1965. What was the title of the Mindbenders’ song that featured in the run?
In which year did The Beatles, frequent visitors to Manchester, release their best-selling single She Loves You? So far, it has notched up 1.92 million sales!
David Bowie played some famous gigs in Manchester, including Maine Road on his 1990 Sound and Vision tour. What was his real name?
In what year were world-famous boy band Take That formed in Manchester?
Which 1974 Hollies’ song did Eric Clapton say had ‘more soul’ than anything he’d ever heard?
Manchester band Herman’s Hermits went to Number One in the UK charts with their debut single. What was it?
What was the name of the Bee Gees first family skiffle group that played in the garage of their Chorlton-cum-Hardy home in the mid-1950s?
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