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Johnny O'Keefe: Quiz

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Question 1: "Wild One" was revived in 1986 and recorded by ________ as Real Wild Child.
Iggy PopSkull RingThe StoogesLust for Life (album)

Question 2: he met with record executive Mickey Shaw who signed him to a deal with ________.
Liberty RecordsBonzo Dog Doo-Dah BandEMIKenny Rogers

Question 3: His tenure with Six O'Clock Rock ended in mid-1961, and in October he moved to ________ as compere of the The Johnny O'Keefe Show[28].
Seven NetworkHSV (TV station)TCNATN

Question 4: A cover by Christopher Otkasec was used on the soundtrack for the movie "________" starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere.
Runaway Bride (1999 film)Frankie and Johnny (1991 film)Beaches (film)Pretty Woman

Question 5: His parents were both good singers, his mother was an excellent pianist[5] and his father occasionally played in a ________ band.
JazzBluesAmerican popular musicDixieland

Question 6: Johnny O'Keefe's life changed irrevocably after seeing and hearing ________ singing "Rock Around the Clock" in the film Blackboard Jungle in June 1955.
RockabillyBill HaleyBill Haley & His CometsMarshall Lytle

Question 7: By this time O'Keefe was reaching the limits of his physical and mental endurance, and in all probability he was suffering from the effects of ________.
Major depressive disorderBipolar disorderPosttraumatic stress disorderAnxiety disorder

Question 8: It was also recorded by Jerry Lee Lewis, Everlife, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Glamour Camp, Marshall Crenshaw, ________, and Wakefield and Jet.
Brian SetzerStray CatsBuilt for SpeedThe Brian Setzer Orchestra

Question 9: O'Keefe continued to issue singles, including a cover of the Harry Vanda-George Young song "Saturday Night", originally recorded by ________.
Stevie Wright (Australian singer)Vanda & YoungThe EasybeatsFriday on My Mind

Question 10: It was also reported that he was deeply depressed by the death of his idol ________ in August 1977, and that he had repeatedly remarked to friends "I'll be next".
Elvis PresleyHound Dog (song)Don't Be CruelHeartbreak Hotel







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