Libraries Rock

Listen for the rock question during The River’s morning show form 6a-9a to win!

Prizes include tickets to amusement parks, Pirate tickets, books from the rock stars, tickets to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and more!  Plus two grand prizes of a

Fire 7 with Alexa Tablets! 

Friday’s 6/22 we asked:  In his book, “Kill & Grill It”, this rock star says his family “doesn’t waste good hunger…or family mealtimes on fast food or junkfood.  We think of fast food as mallard or quail garlic’d and buttered to perfection.”  Who’s the rock star?  And the answer is Ted Nugent!  Terry Ziegler of Rayland won a Libraries Rock apron and 8 Washington Wildthings tickets!

Thursday’s question was: “He may not be able to drive 55 but this artist proved in his cookbook he can rock it in the kitchen just as hard as he can on stage.  Who is this rock star?”  The answer is Sammy Hagar!  And the winner was Terry Clark of Toronto who won Sammy’s Cooking and Partying Handbook called “Are We Having Fun Yet? and Pittsburgh Zoo tickets!

Wednesday’s Libraries Rock question was: after a world-wide success as a bass player, this rocker left the band, started a family, and went back to school to enroll in business classes in Seattle – he even made the principal’s list.  Who the rock star?  Answer is Duff McKagan of Guns N’ Roses.  Our winner is Shirley Frankovitch of Amsterdam and she won a $25 gift card from the Hard Rock Cafe.

On Tuesday’s (6/19) show Bob Jackson of Bellaire won a Libraries Rock coffee mug and a dozen donuts from TREAT in Steubenville.  The question was Carole King  just released her big hit album Tapestry and she went on the road to promote it.  She was the opening act for this artist who just happened to be married to Carly Simon.  Who was the main act?  Answer James Taylor!

Monday June 18th’s question was:  what group originated in Gainesville, Florida, performed at a Super Bowl halftime, and their 1981 hit album included the lead singer performing a duet with Stevie Nicks?  The answer is Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.  The prize is a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Board game.

Friday June 15’s question was…name this group – Each member of this group has been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame TWICE!  And after the shootings at Kent State, they wrote the protest song, “Ohio.”  Answer is Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young.  Todd Kildow of Bethesda won the Rock & Roll Hall board game!!

On Thursday June 14 question 4 was This lead singer appeared in Wayne’s World, The Simpson’s, and has his own version of guitar hero.  In his book he was quoted saying “a song is constructed like a tree – from roots to branches – and when it’s done you hope it bears fruit.”  The answer is Steven Tyler!  Brian Kuntz of Toronto is our winner of Steven Tyler’s autobiography (Does The Noise In My head Bother You) and 20 tickets to the Washington Wildthings for his little league team!

Question 3 given on Wednesday June 13 was:  The son of this rock star, who passed away in 2016, said on twitter that his dad was a beast of a reader.  The son then started an online book club using his dad’s favorite books.  Name the rock star dad?
Answer:  David Bowie!
Our winner is Scott LaRue of Wintersville AND he won 2 tickets to The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland!

Question #2 on Tuesday, June 12 was:  Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, Brian Jones of The Stones, Jimi Hendrix, and more all died at the same age.  How old were they all when they died?
Answer:  27 and our winner of 2 Kennywood/Sandcastle/Idlewild is Dave Herman of St. Clairsville!

Question #1 on Monday, June 11 is:  Sometimes in rock & roll, the wives become just as much the story as the players in the band.  Name the woman who was married to both legendary musicians George Harrison and Eric Clapton?
Answer: Pattie Boyd!
Winner:  Yea! Scott Baumgardner of Beech Bottom.  Winner of the book “Wonderful Tonight: George Harrison, Eric Clapton, and Me” by Patti Boyd