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Question 1:
What is the origin of Lonestar?
Brooklyn, New York USA
Nottingham, England
Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
Camden, London, UK

Question 2:
Which of the following labels did Lonestar work with?
Mercury Nashville, BNA, BareTrack/Capitol Nashville/EMI Canada
BNA, Oarfin
BNA, Lonestar/Co5
BNA 69035

Question 3: However, it was soon followed by the ballad "________", which became the group's biggest crossover hit.
Smile (Lonestar song)What About Now (Lonestar song)AmazedI'm Already There (song)

Question 4:
Which of the following genres does Lonestar produce?

Question 5:
Lonestar name is associated with which of these acts?

Question 6:
Who of the following is a current member of Lonestar?
Dominik Stammen
James F.T. Hood
Dean Sams
James Steele

Question 7: Dean Sams - (August 3, 1966; keyboards, ________, melodica, background vocals) (1992-present)
HarmonicaBluesWillie DixonRichter-tuned harmonica

Question 8: [7] Lonestar's first compilation with Collins as lead singer was a ________ compilation titled My Christmas List, available exclusively at the restaurant and gift shop chain Cracker Barrel.
Christmas EveChristmas carolSanta ClausChristmas music

Question 9: Only two singles were released from this album: "You're Like Comin' Home" (#8 on the country charts) and "I'll Die Tryin'", both of which were previously recorded by the Canadian country band ________ on their 2004 album What If?.
Emerson Drive discographyEmerson Drive (album)Emerson DriveCountrified (Emerson Drive album)

Question 10: Richie McDonald - lead vocals, rhythm guitar, ________, keyboards (1992-2008)
Percussion instrumentTimpaniPianoVibraphone







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