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Your name and contact details are only required if you want to go into the prize draw.
Rules of engagement:
Anyone can enter the quiz to test their knowledge of music trivia.
Only people who donate during the Radiothon are eligible for the prizes.
Winner and runner-up prizes will be awarded.
Only entries with correct answers go into the draw for the prizes.
Answer as many questions as you can on a form on the Station website.
The more correct questions, the better chance you have of going into the draw for prizes.
If you don’t know an answer, better to leave the question blank than guess wrongly.
Forms will be ‘marked’ by Sunshine FM volunteers after the Radiothon.
If no one achieves a 100% result, the 99%ers go into the drawn, and so on until at least 20 entries are available for a draw.
Entrant’s names are checked against a list of donors.
Names go into a barrel and the winner and runners-up drawn.
Answers, and winner and runners-up names, will be posted on the website following the Radiothon.
Q 1. Who heard Father MacKenzie’s sermon?
Q 2. Where would you find the howling old owl and the horny backed toad?
Q 3. What is the shortest Top 10 song title?
Q 4. Who has a snail for a lock upon his garden gate?
Q 5. Who made “a load of compromising’ on the road to [his] horizon”?
Q 6. Who “will not encumber me”?
Q 7. In what song would you hear the line: “my brain is squirming like a toad”?
Q 8. In what song would you hear mention of someone “sweet on Wagner”?
Q 9. Which band sang about the editor of Australian Women’s Weekly?
Q10. In what year did Lily die?
Q11. “I left my heart to the sappers”… Where?
Q12. “Talk of opportunity, TV breaks and movies rang true”… Where?
Q13. Where did the Pinball Wizard play?
Q14. Give the real names of two of the Walker Brothers.
Q15. “You fill up my sense”… like what?
Q16. Name 1 of the bands Rod Stewart has sung with.
Q17. Name the only three-time inductee to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Q18. Who sang: “At first I was afraid, I was petrified”.
Q19. “The rooms were so much colder then. My father was a soldier then.” When?
Q20. What do Tom Tom Club, The Drifters, Billy Joe Royal, Bruce Willis, Lyn Anderson, Bette Midler and The Rolling Stones have in common?
Unfortunately we cannot feedback your answers to you when you SUBMIT, so keep a record for yourself.
Answers will be posted on this site following the
along with the name of the winner and runners-up.