60's Music Quiz

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60's Music

Questions in this Quiz

When was the English rock band The Rolling Stones formed?

Where was the English rock band The Rolling Stones formed?

The first settled line-up of the band The Rolling Stones consisted of six members. Who was NOT one of those?

How many people is or has been members of the English rock band The Rolling Stones?

Which one of following musicans has been a member of The Rolling Stones?

Which one of following musicans has NOT been a member of The Rolling Stones?

Ronnie Wood played for which band prior to joining The Rolling Stones?

What musician inspired The Rolling Stones' name?

Which member of the Rolling Stones is married to a woman named Shirley and has a daughter named Seraphina?

Which Rolling Stones member was born on June 2 1941 and grew up in Kingsbury, London, England?

What is the Rolling Stones member Charlies full name?

Who is on the cover of the Rolling Stones album "Get Yer Ya - Ya's Out"?

Which co-founder of the Rolling Stones was first to respond to Brian Jones's advertisement seeking musicians to form a rhythm & blues group?

When did the Scottish keyboardist Ian Stewart join the Rolling Stones?

Which Rolling Stones member was dismissed from the line-up in May 1963 but remained as road manager and pianist?

Which one of following keyboardist was a member of The Rolling Stones between 1962-1963?

What is the former Rolling Stones member Bill Wymans full name?

What is the title of the debut album by the rock band The Rolling Stones?

When did the English rock band The Rolling Stones release their debut album?

The American edition of The Rolling Stones debut LP had a slightly different track list and a subtitle had been added. Which title was that?

In 1964, The Rolling Stones released "The Rolling Stones" in the UK. The following month "England's Newest Hit Makers, The Rolling Stones" was released in the US. Which opening song was absent from the UK released album?

The Rolling Stones had a pseudonym they used for group compositions from 1963 to 1965. What was this?

Nanker Phelge is strongly associated with the rock band The Rolling Stones, but how?

Which record label first signed The Rolling Stones?

Which album by The Rolling Stones includes the tracks "Tell Me", "Now I've Got a Witness" and "Little by Little"?

The Rolling Stones second single "I Wanna Be Your Man" released in 1963 was written by..?

Which one of following The Rolling Stones albums was NOT released during the 60's?

Which Rolling Stones album was released in 1966 and included the songs "Under My Thumb" and "Take It or Leave It"?

Which The Rolling Stones song is this: "The girl who once pushed me around. It's down to me"?

Which The Rolling Stones song is this: "She comes in colors everywhere. She combs her hair"?

Which The Rolling Stones song is this: "War, children, it's just a shot away. It's just a shot away"?

Which Rolling Stones song is this: "I was drowned, I was washed up and left for dead. I fell down to my feet and I saw they bled."?

"Sympathy for the Devil" was released as opening track for the 1968 album "Beggars Banquet" making people think that the band members were devil worshipers. Bill Wyman did not play bass on the song, but who did?

Which song is known as one of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards' most politically inclined works to date and was featured on their 1968 album Beggars Banquet?

Which 1966 US released album was the first by The Rolling Stones to consist entirely of songs written by Jagger/Richards and other members of the band?

Which single by the Rolling Stones was released in 1967, with "Dandelion" as the B-side and features uncredited backing vocals by John Lennon and Paul McCartney?

"You Can't Always Get What You Want" is a classic Rolling Stones song but, strangely, Charlie Watts does not appear on the track. Instead, the producer of the "Let It Bleed" album took a turn behind the drum kit. Who was this?

In September, 1965, "Get Off of My Cloud" became the second US Number One single by The Rolling Stones. Which album contained the song?

Which 1969 simultaneous US and UK release was the final album released by the Rolling Stones in the sixties?

Which Rolling Stones song is this: "Don't question why she needs to be so free. She'll tell you it's the only way to be. She just can't be chained"?

Which Rolling Stones song has these lyrics: "I'm gonna tell you how it's gonna be. You're gonna give your love to me. I'm gonna love you night and day"?

The 1969 album "Let It Bleed" featured guitarist Keith Richards singing lead vocals on one song. Which song is this?

What happened in 1969 when The Rolling Stones played at "The Altamont Speedway Free Festival in northern California"?

When and where was a 18 year old boy stabbed to death in the crowd during a performance by The Rolling Stones?

At which festival did The Rolling Stones play when a fan was tradically killed by Hells Angels?

Which concert is the biggest concert The Rolling Stones have ever made?

Two of the Rolling Stones' members got to know each other during their childhood. One was Mick Jagger, who was the other?

Before the Rolling Stones were formed, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Dick Taylor and three others played together in a band they called..?

Where did Jagger, Richards and Jones with Stewart and Dick Taylor on bass billed as "The Rollin' Stones" play their first gig on 12th of July 1962?

"I Want to Be loved" was the B-side of which early Rolling Stones hit single?