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Question 1: The father, Eric LeBlanc, Sr., played fiddle, guitar, ________ and harmonica, and his children, Roland, Eric Jr., Joanne and Clarence took up music at a young age.
Country musicBluegrass musicBanjoOld-time music

Question 2: In 2003, White was accorded #41 on ________'s list of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time".
Hot PressNMEEMIRolling Stone

Question 3: His parents were ________ from New Brunswick, Canada.
QuebecAcadiansCajunFrench Canadian

Question 4: Many of the most influential flatpickers of the 20th century cite White as a primary influence, including Dan Crary, Norman Blake, and ________.
Tony RiceTony Rice (Tony Rice album)Bluegrass Album BandRice, Rice, Hillman & Pedersen

Question 5: It is activated by pushing down on the neck, and produces a "________" type sound.
Pedal steel guitarHarmonicaString instrumentJust intonation

Question 6: Periodically fronting the group, White sang the Browne composition "Jamaica Say You Will" on ________ and the bluegrass standard "Farther Along", providing the title for the group's final album.
The Notorious Byrd BrothersUntitled (The Byrds album)Dr. Byrds & Mr. HydeByrdmaniax

Question 7: Clarence White (born Clarence LeBlanc) (June 7, 1944 – July 15, 1973) was a guitar player for Nashville West, ________, Muleskinner, and the Kentucky Colonels.
Gram ParsonsMr. Tambourine Man (album)The ByrdsThe Notorious Byrd Brothers

Question 8: Marty Stuart, another guitarist influenced by White's playing, now owns and regularly plays White's 1954 ________ with the prototype B-Bender.
Fender TelecasterFender StratocasterElectric guitarFender Tele Jr.

Question 9: In 1958 the band cut their first single, and had become well enough known to land several appearances on the ________.
Return to MayberryMayberryGomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.The Andy Griffith Show

Question 10: His final road jaunt was a three-date "country-rock" package tour with the likes of Gram Parsons, ________, Sneaky Pete Kleinow, and Chris Etheridge.
Songbird: Rare Tracks and Forgotten GemsEmmylou Harris discographyEmmylou Harris appearancesEmmylou Harris


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