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Music Trivia Questions and Quizzes

Test your trivia knowledge or become a quiz master with these challenging Music Trivia questions with answers. Music is a universal language that can bring people from different walks of life together. Everyone will know something or everything about bands, musicians, songs, compositions, and concerts. Be prepared for conflict and controversy as music lovers tend to take great pride in their knowledge of the smallest details about their favorites. Keep track of your trivia references as this is one of the topics that tend to fuel feuds among family and friends.

What was U2’s 14th album?

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Songs of Experience
The album “Songs of Experience” was based on lead singer Bono’s collection of letters written to people and places dearest to his heart.

How many species of birds are mentioned in the Twelve Days of Christmas song?

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6 species of birds: Partridge, Turtle Doves, French Hens, Calling Birds, Geese, and Swans.
The version of the “Twelve Days of Christmas” that we know today dates back only as far as 1909 when Frederic Austin’s transcription of the words and his own tune were published in London. The lyrics of the “Twelve Days of Christmas” sound jolly, but the light-heartedness obscures a mixture of astronomical mnemonics, numerology, and pagan cosmology. There are a total of 184 birds in the 12 Days of Christmas.

What was Bruce Springsteen’s biggest and most iconic single?

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Born in the U.S.A.
This single, from the album of the same title, became Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band’s greatest single and bestselling album. Critics call it heartland rock, and the album’s success paved the way for John Mellencamp, Pete Seeger, and Tom Petty.

Which rapper won a Pulitzer Prize for music?

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Kendrick Lamar.
Kendrick Lamar is the first rapper to be awarded a Pulitzer Prize for the song “DAMN.” It is the first non-classical or non-jazz music to win a Pulitzer.