BEATLES TRIVIA AND GAMES! Watch every week as some trivia will be for prizes (as indicated,) others are just for fun! Since July 30, 2012, trivia questions and games have been posted every Monday, and everyone has a full week (through the following Sunday) to submit their answers. One random winner is chosen every week. Write to me with your answer(s) at firstname.lastname@example.org. Answers and winners names provided with every new trivia question! You can win once every 30 days! THIS WEEK'S BEATLES TRIVIA: Choice of one of 3 prizes: 1) RINGO AT THE RYMAN DVD (courtesy UMe) 2) THE SMITHEREENS PLAY THE BEATLES WASHINGTON D.C. FEBRUARY 11, 1964 CONCERT new CD (courtesy The Smithereens!) 3) DAYS THAT I'LL REMEMBER: SPENDING TIME WITH JOHN LENNON AND YOKO ONO by Jonathan Cott (courtesy Vintage Books and Anchor Books.) Beatles trivia: The following song lyrics lead directly into the titles for each song (Beatles or solo.) Each song title has 3 words. Give me the correct titles for both. 1) Please come on back to me, I'm lonely as can be..... 2) So tell me what I wanna know, I'll be waiting on the other side for your..... Answers must be submitted by March 9, 2014. Please indicate which prize you prefer. Write to Ken at email@example.com.
LAST WEEK'S GEORGE HARRISON TRIVIA (FOR GEORGE'S BIRTHDAY): Choice of one of 3 prizes: 1) LIVING IN THE MATERIAL WORLD George Harrison documentary DVD (courtesy UME.) 2) KISSES ON THE BOTTOM Paul McCartney CD (Courtesy Concord Music Group/Hear Music.) 3) DAYS THAT I'LL REMEMBER: SPENDING TIME WITH JOHN LENNON AND YOKO ONO by Jonathan Cott (courtesy Vintage Books and Anchor Books.) TRUE-FALSE STATEMENTS (2): For each of the following statements tell me if they are true or false. You must get both of them correct to win! According to the Billboard Charts (Singles/Albums) in the U.S..... 1) George Harrison was the first Beatle to have a #1 single as a solo-artist. 2) George Harrison was the first Beatle to have a #1 album as a solo-artist. ANSWERS: 1) TRUE - George's "My Sweet Lord" hit #1 the week ending Dec. 26, 1970, stayed there for 4 weeks, and was the first #1 single for a Beatle in his solo-career. 2) FALSE - Though sometimes George's "All Things Must Pass" is erroneously referred to as the first #1 album from a solo-Beatle, Paul's debut album "McCartney" hit #1 the week ending May 23, 1970 and held the top spot for 3 weeks, thus making it the first solo-Beatle album to top the U.S. charts! WINNER: BOB BROWN (Orlando, FL) - wins "Days That I'll Remember: Spending Time With John Lennon and Yoko Ono" by Jonathan Cott