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Sixties Music

Bill Turnbull

 Sixties Music

1 Which actor, singer and songwriter had a top ten hit in 1960 with If She Should Come To You Anthony Newley
2 Which rocker was lead singer with sixties band The Amboy Dukes Ted Nugent
3 Which sixties number one had the backing vocals of ook-a-chunka-ook-a-chunka Running Bear
4 What song did drag artist Danny La Rue have a chart entry with in the sixties On Mother Kelly’s Doorstep
5 Who had a number one in the sixties with Runaway Del Shannon
6 Who recorded the sixties classic Sweet Soul Music Arthur Conley
7 What did sixties chart topping duo John Alford and Bob Day call themselves The Allisons
8 Who had a top ten hit in the sixties with Um Um Um Um Um Um Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders
9 Which husband and wife duo had a number one in the sixties with I Got You Babe Sonny and Cher
10 On what label were all of Cilla Black’s sixties hits Parlophone
11 Which US State featured in the title of Perry Como’s 1960 hit Delaware
12 Which sixties singer has a statue in Albert Dock Liverpool Billy Fury
13 Which company bought out Fender guitars for thirteen million dollars in nineteen sixty five CBS
14 Which song was a hit in the sixties for Sam Cooke and Johnny Nash Cupid
15 The Drifters, Jimmy Justice and Craig Douglas all had hits in the sixties with which song When My Little Girl is Smiling
16 From which sixties hit does the line Take a black cat and sit it on your shoulder come Ride A White Swan (T Rex)
17 Which American rock star survived the car crash that killed Eddie Cochran in April 1960 Gene Vincent
18 Who had a top twenty hit in the sixties with Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window Bob Dylan
19 Which sixties group featured Demis Roussos and Vangelis Aphrodite’s Child
20 Which former lead singer with the Worried Men had two number ones in the fifties and sixties and went on to appear in TV drama and write a financial column for a national newspaper (he is now deceased) Adam Faith

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Halloween Quiz

Over the past two weeks our network of FREE quiz sites have been updated several times and our visitor numbers are growing rapidly.

This is due to the hard work and dedication of our small team of quiz writers who turn out new quizzes on a regular basis.

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Have a great day and I’ll catch you later with more news.

Jim Ackroyd – Quiz4FREE

Weekly Quiz 13


Weekly Quiz 13

Here’s my weekly Quiz. Each week we publish 10 questions for you to answer.

Every week we will have a brand new quiz that won’t be published anywhere else on the Internet. So if you want to get hold of these weekly quizzes easily, just save this site to your favourites. Enjoy.

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General Knowledge

  1. What was Elvis Presley’s first British Top 10 hit?
  2. What is the capital of Estonia? Tallinn
  3. The remains of which British monarch were found in a council car park in Leicester in 2012?
  4. What is the name of Katherine Jenkins debut album, released in 2004?
  5. Which is the tallest steel arch bridge in the world?
  6. What was the full maiden name of the mother of US President Barack Obama?
  7. In which US state was the Battle of the Little Bighorn fought?
  8. What is the official language of Nigeria and Ghana?
  9. Which African country brews Bati beer?
  10. What is the most southerly point on the British mainland?

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Weekly Quiz 10 – MUSIC

Bruiser Bill3Hi, Bill Turnbull here. Here’s week 10 of the ‘Weekly Quiz’. Every week we have a brand new 10 question quiz that won’t be published anywhere else on the Internet. So if you want to get hold of these weekly quizzes easily, just save this site to your favourites. Enjoy.

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Weekly Quiz 10 – MUSIC

1. Which group had a number one in the sixties with Massachusetts
2. Which one of The Monkees was English
3. Sharleen Spiteri was lead singer with which group
4. Who had a number one in 2013 with Mirrors
5. Who was Radio One’s first female disc jockey
6. What was the name of Elvis Presley’s twin brother who died at birth
7. What nationality was the composer Chopin
8. Who lost her heart to a starship trooper in 1978
9. Which sixties chart topping band’s leader died of lung cancer in February 2013
10. In West Side Story what were the names of the rival gangs

Complete the quiz then go Here for the answers. Enjoy.

Latest News

Bruiser Bill3  Bill Turnbulls site,

Now includes amongst its 100’s of fantastic quizzes: 48 (At the last count) Jackpot Joker Quizzes. The Jackpot Joker quizzes each have up to 30 questions in several categories, making a great short quiz. Add another Jackpot Joker quiz and you have an amazing ready-made ‘Pub Quiz’.

Go along and have a look and see what YOU can steal from his site! Bill won’t mind a bit, that’s what we’re here for! Jackpot Joker

Gunslinger Tips

Gunslinger Tips

A Cowboy sitting in a saloon one Saturday night recognized an elderly man
standing at the bar who, in his day, had the reputation of being the fastest
gun in the West.

The young cowboy took a place next to the old-timer, bought him a drink and
told him the story of his great ambition. Do you think you could give me
some tips?’ he asked.

The old man looked him up and down and said, ‘Well, for one thing, you’re
wearing your gun too high, tie the holster a little lower down on your
leg.”Will that make me a better gunfighter?’ asked the young man.’Sure
will,’ replied the old-timer.

The young man did as he was told, stood up, whipped out his 44 and shot the
bow tie off the piano player.’That’s terrific!’ said the hot shot. ‘Got any
more tips for me?’

‘Yep,’ said the old man. ‘Cut a notch out of your holster where the hammer
hits it, that’ll give you a smoother draw”Will that make me a better
gunfighter?’ asked the younger man.’You bet it will,’ said the old-timer.

The young man took out his knife, cut the notch, stood up, drew his gun in a
blur, and then shot a cufflink off the piano player.’Wow!’ exclaimed the
cowboy ‘I’m learnin’ somethin’ here. Got any more tips?’

The old man pointed to a large can in a corner of the saloon. ‘See that axle
grease over there? Coat your gun with it.’The young man went over to the can
and smeared some of the grease on the barrel of his gun. ‘No,’ said the
old-timer, ‘I mean smear it all over the gun, handle and all.’

‘Will that make me a better gunfighter?’ asked the young man.

‘No,’ said the old-timer, ‘but when Wyatt Earp gets done playing the piano,
he’s gonna shove that gun up your ass and it won’t hurt as much’.

British Humour – Grown ups only!

British Humour – Grown ups only!


Having an Irish mixed grill !! New potatoes, roast potatoes, boiled potatoes, mashed potatoes, waffles and hash browns with chips.

A man walks into a crowded bar with a loaded gun and shouts “who’s been ******g my wife?” A voice in the back shouts ” you don’t have enough bullets”…..

My wife just asked me if her appendix scar made her look unattractive.
Apparently the response of “don’t worry babe, your tits cover it” wasn’t the answer she was looking for.

My wife is suffering from depression. She phoned me the other day and said “I feel like jumping in front of a bus and you’re not doing anything to help”.
So I sent her a timetable.

I cannot stand people who think they’re worse off than everybody else.
My mate Don is brilliant. He had a bad accident where he lost his voice and both legs. Does he make a song and dance about it?. Does he hell!

Weekly Quiz 8


Weekly Quiz 8

Shane Barr here with No. 8 of the ‘Weekly Quiz’. Every week we have a brand new quiz that won’t be published anywhere else on the Internet. So if you want to get hold of these weekly quizzes easily, just save this site to your favourites. Enjoy.

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1) Who is the patron Saint of Needlewomen and laundry workers?

2) How many sheaves make a thrave?

3) If you were carrying out Sartage what would you be doing?

4) What uniform did Randy Jones wear in the group The Village People?

5) Who was the first batsman to be given out for obstructing the field during a Test Match in Cricket?

6) The French call it Bourdin, The Swedes call it Pait, what do we call it?

7) Ilyena Lydia Mironoff is better known as which actress?

8) Name the islands that make up the Balearic Group?

9) Who took command of the Circum Navigation after the death of Magellan?

10) Sinology is the study of things from which country?

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Super Photo Quiz – Answers




Super Photo Quiz – Answers

1. The Maldives?

Put away your passport (and your sun cream): this perfect white sandy shore
is actually Seilebost Beach in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland.

2. Mont Blanc?

This is actually the Observatory Gully on Ben Nevis in the Lochaber area of the Scottish Highlands.
Standing at 1,344 metres (4,409 ft) above sea level, it’s the highest mountain in the UK.

3. Italy?

Good guess, but this is actually the quirky Portmeirion Village in Gwynedd, North Wales.
It was designed and built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis between 1925 and 1975
in the style of an Italian village. If it looks familiar, that might be because
it was used as the location for surreal 60s spy drama The Prisoner.
4. Ancient Greece?


No, this is Cornwall. The Minack Theatre is an open-air theatre,

constructed above a gully with a rocky granite outcrop jutting into the sea.

The theatre is at Porthcurno, 4 miles from Land’s End in Cornwall, England.


5. Normandy?


Nope, Cornwall again! St Michael’s Mount’s Cornish name means “grey rock in the woods”
and may represent a folk memory of a time before Mount’s Bay was flooded.
The Cornish legend of Lyonesse, an ancient kingdom said to have extended from
Penwith toward the Isles of Scilly, also talks of land being inundated by the sea.

6. Cyprus?
This might look like a Mediterranean sun-trap, but it’s actually Achmelvich Beach
in the Highlands of Scotland. Sutherland, to be precise.
7. Polynesia?


You don’t have to go to the Pacific Ocean to visit this reef-like inlet.
It’s actually part of the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall. Two miles to the north of
Lizard Village lies the secluded Kynance Cove, considered
one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.


8. South of France?


Although it looks Provence-like, the road signs and very British-looking onlookers
clearly show that this picture-perfect village is actually in England.
It’s called Cockington (stop sniggering) and it’s only a
stone’s throw from Torquay in Devon.


9. Portugal?


This lookalike starts with the same letters, at least. This is Porthmeor Beach in St Ives, Cornwall.
The deep blue water is popular with surfers.


10. New Zealand?


This is actually a view from the top of the deliciously named Cheddar Gorge
in Somerset’s Mendip Hills. No hobbits here!


11. India?
This Taj Mahal style building is Brighton’s iconic Royal Pavilion.
It was built in three stages as a seaside retreat for George, Prince of Wales,
who became the Prince Regent in 1811
12. Skyrim?
No, it’s not actually a location from a video game.
This is the spectacular Smoo Cave in Durness, Sutherland
(Scottish Highlands) The cave is unique within the UK
in that the first chamber has been formed by the sea
and the inner chambers by rainwater.