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Crawdaddy!: Quiz


Question 1: Named after the legendary Crawdaddy Club in England at which the ________ played their first gig, Crawdaddy! was started on the campus of Swarthmore College.
Street Fighting ManKeith RichardsThe Rolling Stones(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

Question 2: In May 2007 the magazine was re-launched as a daily online publication [16], edited by Jocelyn Hoppa, equipped with video and ________ capability.
Audio compression (data)Advanced Audio CodingMP3MPEG-1

Question 3: [6] The magazine spawned the career of numerous rock ________.
Music criticPhil CollinsRock musicRolling Stone

Question 4: [9][10]) Crawdaddy! quickly moved from its ________ roots to become one of the first rock music "prozines", with newsstand distribution.
Fan filmFanzineAmateur press associationAlternative comics

Question 5: O'Rourke and ________, plus a roster of columnists including at times William S. Burroughs, Paul Krassner, David G. Hartwell, the Firesign Theater, and sometimes Paul Williams himself.
Sofia CoppolaCameron CroweAlmost FamousAcademy Award for Best Writing (Original Screenplay)

Question 6: Crawdaddy's features section regularly covered scenes from New Orleans funk to Austin, Texas' cosmic cowboys to ________, est and disco.
XenuScientologyScientology controversiesScientology status by country

Question 7: In 1976 the magazine published the first in-depth article on the life and bizarre death of country-rock pioneer ________, anticipating the wealth of information published about him in later years.
Gram ParsonsGene ClarkChris HillmanThe Byrds

Question 8: Among Crawdaddy's scoops: the first major profile of ________, written in December 1972[12] by Peter Knobler with special assistance from Greg Mitchell.
Working on a Dream TourE Street BandBruce SpringsteenMagic Tour (Bruce Springsteen)

Question 9: Preceding both ________ and Creem, Crawdaddy! is regarded as the U.S.
NMERolling StoneEMIHot Press

Question 10: Crawdaddy! was the first U.S. magazine of rock and roll ________.
NMEArchitecture criticismMusic journalismArt criticism

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