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Question 1: After serving as a paratrooper with the United States Army, he went to ________, hoping to sell his music.
Glendale, CaliforniaSan Jose, CaliforniaLos AngelesLong Beach, California

Question 2: Harlan Perry Howard (September 8, 1927–March 3, 2002) was a prolific American songwriter, principally in ________.
Country musicAmerican folk musicJazzBlues

Question 3: As a child he listened to the ________ radio show.
Country musicOzark JubileeRyman AuditoriumGrand Ole Opry

Question 4: Among his biggest hits was "________", co-written with Hank Cochran and recorded by Patsy Cline.
I Fall to PiecesBelieve Me Baby (I Lied)Trisha YearwoodHow Do I Live

Question 5: Buoyed by these two major hits, Howard moved to ________ in 1960.
Columbus, OhioNashville, TennesseeBostonMemphis, Tennessee

Question 6: For the ________ sociologist, see Perry Holbrook Howard.
United StatesMississippiArkansasLouisiana

Question 7: Howard was born in 1927 in ________, and grew up on a farm in Kentucky.
DetroitMetro DetroitDearborn, MichiganGrosse Pointe







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