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Stan Rogers: Quiz


Question 1: Although Rogers was raised in Woodburn, Ontario (a community in the easternmost part of Hamilton), he often spent summers visiting family in Guysborough County, ________.
British ColumbiaNewfoundland and LabradorNova ScotiaCanada

Question 2: Rogers died in a fire aboard ________ on the ground at the Greater Cincinnati Airport at the age of 33.
Air France Flight 358Korean Air Lines Flight 007Gimli GliderAir Canada Flight 797

Question 3: He was exposed to a variety of music influences, but among the most lasting were the ________ tunes his uncles would sing during family get-togethers.
JazzCountry musicBluesAmerican folk music

Question 4: His songs are still frequently covered by other musicians, and are perennial favourites at Canadian ________ and song circles.

Question 5: Rogers signed with ________ for a brief period in the early 1970s.
Sony Music EntertainmentSony BMGRCA RecordsColumbia Records

Question 6: Rogers was born in Hamilton, Ontario, the eldest son of Nathan Allison "Al" Rogers and Valerie Rogers (née Bushell), two ________ who had relocated to Ontario in search of work shortly after their marriage in July 1948.
MaritimesCanadaNova ScotiaNew Brunswick

Question 7: His song "Northwest Passage" was featured in the last episode of the TV show ________, his songs "Barrett's Privateers" and "Watching The Apples Grow" having been previously featured.
Ally McBealDue SouthUnited StatesUnited Kingdom

Question 8: The airliner was flying from ________, Texas to Toronto and Montreal when an in-flight fire forced it to make an emergency landing at the Greater Cincinnati Airport.
Austin, TexasFort Worth, TexasDallasDenton, Texas

Question 9: As a young man, Rogers briefly attended both ________ and Trent University.
Hamilton BulldogsLaurentian UniversityMcMaster UniversityHamilton Tiger-Cats

Question 10: It was there that he became familiar with the way of life in the ________, an influence which was to have a profound impact on his subsequent musical development.
New BrunswickNova ScotiaCanadaMaritimes


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