QUESTION: Say ‘Happy Birthday’ to one half of this country duo, originally from Kentucky, whose debut single was 1999’s “Hillbilly Shoes.” Name the duo. . . . . . ANSWER: Montgomery Gentry. Eddie Montgomery was born September 30, 1963 in Danville, Kentucky.
QUESTION: In September 2005, who had a hit with “Who You’d Be Today,” a song in which the narrator describes how much he misses a person that has passed away? . . . . . ANSWER: Kenny Chesney. The song was written by Aimee Mayo and [...]
QUESTION: Name the male artist who had a top 20 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart in 2009 with the song “All I Ask For Anymore.” . . . . . ANSWER: Trace Adkins. His distinctive baritone voice has also made him an in-demand [...]
QUESTION: Complete the title of the Tim McGraw album: “Two Lanes of -- -- -“ (a) Love, (b) Heartache, (c) Freedom, or (d) Blacktop. . . . . . . ANSWER: The answer is (c) “Two Lanes of Freedom,” Tim’s twelfth studio album and [...]
QUESTION: The Conway Twitty song, “The Grandest Lady of The All” was a tribute to whom or what? . . . . . . ANSWER: The song was written in 1976 by Mel McDaniel and Bob Morrison as a tribute to the Grand Ole Opry.
QUESTION: Waylon Jennings was the ‘voice’ of which popular TV show that ran on CBS between 1979 and 1985 and for which he also sang the theme song? . . . . . ANSWER: “The Dukes of Hazzard” and it continues to air in syndication.