‘Blue Suede Shoes’ Answers

1. Which singer was trying to mambo in 1955? 

  1. Rosemary clooney
  2. 2. In the Everly Brothers’ hit of 1957, “Wake Up Little Susie”, when did “Little Susie” finally wake up?

    “The movies over its 4 o’clock”
    1. In 1955, Bill Haley and His Comets had their only Number One hit on the Billboard Top 40 Pop Singles. Which song was it?
    ‘Rock Around the Clock’
    1. What was the name of the park that the Small Faces sang about in 1967?
    Itchycoo Park
    1. Who sang the 1969  number one ‘Something in the Air?
    Thunderclap Newman
  3.  6: Complete the title of this 1968 hit for The Foundations 

    “Build me up………….Buttercup!”

    7: Who was the lead singer on the Monkees hit ‘Daydream Believer’?


    Davy Jones
    1. What a Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong was a hit in which year?
      a) 1964
      b) 1967 
      c) 1971
  5. b) 1967.

    1. Penny Lane by the Beatles refers to a real person True or False?
    False (it is a street in Liverpool)

    10.’Tired of waiting for you’ – was a hit by which group?


    The Kinks.

‘VE Day Quiz’ Answers

1. What does VE Day commemorate?

VE Day marks the day at the end of World War II when fighting against Nazi Germany came to an end in Europe.

2. What does VE Day stand for?

Victory in Europe Day

3. Who was the British Prime Minister at the time of VE day?

Winston Churchill

4. How many years are we celebrating since VE day in 2020?

75 Years

5. Where in London did crowds gather to celebrate VE day?

Trafalgar Square and up the Mall to Buckingham Palace

6. Which came first VE or VJ (Victory in Japan Day)?

VE Day came first on May 8, VJ followed on Sept 2, 1945 – the day Japan surrendered to the Allies.

7. The nations involved in the war formed two opposing alliances – what were they called?

Axis & Allies

8. In what year did Germany invade Poland?


9. On what date was Pearl Harbour attacked by the Japanese?

7th December 1941

10. During the war, what nickname did the British give to the Germans