This quiz contains questions and answers about the 70s music. Get questions about rock, pop, disco and all the music that was popular in the 70s.
Which member of the Rolling Stones has been described as "one of the most popular and influential frontmen in the history of rock & roll"?
What is the lead vocalist of the Rolling Stones, Micks, full name?
Which Rolling Stones member was born on July 26 1943 and grew up in Dartford?
Which former Rolling Stones member has recorded the solo albums "Monkey Grip" (1974) and "Stone Alone" (1976)?
Who designed the "Tongue and Lip Design" logo for The Rolling Stones?
Which of The Rolling Stones albums was the "Tongue and Lip Design" logo originally reproduced on?
Who designed four tour posters for the Rolling Stones between 1970 and 1974, and has also designed their well known logo, which is said to be the most famous logo in the history of popular music?
What was the working title for the Rolling Stones album "Exile on Main St."?
Which Rolling Stones album is a double album and contains the tracks "Tumbling Dice", "Sweet Virginia" and "Shine a Light"?
Which of the following albums was NOT released by the Rolling Stones during the 1970s?
On which Rolling Stones album does the song "Sweet Virginia" appear?
On which Rolling Stones album does the song "Brown Sugar" appear?
On which Rolling Stones album does the song "Angie" appear?
On which Rolling Stones album does the song "Hot Stuff" appear?
On which Rolling Stones album does the song "Beast of Burden" appear?
Which the Rolling Stones song is this: "Gold coast slave ship bound for cotton fields. Sold in a market down in new orleans"?
Which the Rolling Stones song is this: "Take me down little Susie, take me down. I know you think you're the Queen of the Underground"?
Which the Rolling Stones song is this: "Childhood living is easy to do. The things you wanted I bought them for you"?
Which the Rolling Stones song is this: "Make you shut your eyes at ev'ry woman that you meet. Could not seem to get a high on you"?
Which the Rolling Stones song is this: "Don't make a grown man cry"?
Which the Rolling Stones song is this: "But if you try sometimes well you might find. You get what you need"?
What is the name of Michael Jackson solo debut album?
How old was Michael Jackson when his first solo album "Got to Be There" was released?
When did Michael Jackson release his first solo album?
Which of Michael Jacksons albums includes the songs "Ain't No Sunshine", "I Wanna Be Where You Are", "Rockin' Robin", "Love Is Here and Now You're Gone" and "You've Got a Friend"?
Michael Jackson released his debut solo single in 1971. What was it called?
"Ain't No Sunshine" is the first track on Michael Jackson solo debut album from 1972. Who wrote and released the song on the album "Just as I Am" one year earlier?
Michael Jacksons cover version of "Rockin' Robin" was the biggest hit on his 1972 album "Got to Be There". Which artist recorded the song already in 1958?
Which song played by "The Supremes" in 1967 did Michael Jackson include in a cover version on his first solo album?
Early in his career, Michael Jackson did a cover of a song that contains the text lines "You persuaded me to love you. And I did. But instead of tenderness I found heartache instead". What's the song?
Michael Jackson's first solo album contained a cover of a known Carole King song as the last track. What song was it?
What is the name of Michael Jacksons second solo album?
Which one of Michael Jackssons album's title track was the theme song for a 1972 horror film of the same name?
Which song from Michael Jacksons second solo album contains the lyric lines: "If you ever look behind. And don't like what you find. There's something you should know. You've got a place to go"?
What song, written by The Miracles members Smokey Robinson and Ronald White, was recorded by The Temptations in 1964 and covered by Michael Jackson on his album "Ben"?
On what album did Michael Jackson do his first cover version of Lionel Hampton's "Everybody's Somebody's Fool"?
The song "Shoo-Be-Doo-Be-Doo-Da-Day" is a track on Michael Jacksons second solo album, but who co-wrote and recorded this song in 1968?
What is the full title on Michael Jackson's 1973 single "Happy"?
"All the Things You Are" is the third track on the Jackson album "Music & Me". This song was initially written for a 1939 musical called& ?
What is the name of Michael Jackson's third solo album released in 1973?
Which of the following songs was NOT included on Michael Jacksons album "Music & Me"?
What song on the Michael Jacskon album "Music & Me" was a cover of a song by Stevie Wonder?
Michael Jackson made four solo studio albums released by Motown Records. Which of following albums is NOT one of these four?
Which one of Michael Jackson's album includes the hit singles "We're Almost There" and "Just a Little Bit of You"?
"Just a Little Bit of You" is a song from a 1975 Michael Jackson album. What is the albums title?
With which album did Michael Jackson become the first solo artist to have four singles from the same album peak inside the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100?
What is the name of Michael Jackson's fifth record that was also his first record released by the American record label Epic Records?
In 1979 Michael Jackson left the record label Motown Records in favour of Epic Records. Until which year did he release his albums on the Epic Records label?
Which Michael Jackson album contains the hit singles "Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough", "Rock with You", "She's Out of My Life" and "Girlfriend"?
What does ABBA stand for?