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Webb Pierce: Quiz


Question 1: He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in October of 2001 and into the ________ in 2008.
Louisiana Music Hall of FameFats DominoDr. JohnCosimo Matassa

Question 2: Other hits included "Back Street Affair", "Why Baby Why", "Oh, So Many Years", and "Finally"; the latter two being duets with ________.
It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk AngelsLoretta LynnKitty WellsPatsy Cline

Question 3: In September 1953, the ________ needed to fill the vacancy left by the firing of Hank Williams, and Pierce was invited to join the cast.
Grand Ole OpryRyman AuditoriumOzark JubileeCountry music

Question 4: His 1954 recording of "Slowly" was one of the first country songs to include a ________[4].
Pedal steel guitarJust intonationHarmonicaString instrument

Question 5: In 1951, Pierce got out of his 4 Star contract and was quickly signed by ________.
Deutsche GrammophonDecca RecordsUniversal Music GroupMercury Records

Question 6: "There Stands The Glass" was featured in the 2005 documentary No Direction Home by Martin Scorsese about early influences on ________.
The Basement TapesPlanet WavesBob DylanBefore the Flood

Question 7: Webb Pierce has a star on the ________ at 1600 Vine Street.
Hollywood Walk of FameHollywood, Los Angeles, CaliforniaAcademy AwardCinema of the United States

Question 8: He made regular appearances on ABC-TV's ________ including as a guest host once a month during 1956.
Country musicRed FoleyFive Star JubileeOzark Jubilee

Question 9: In 1958, he recorded a ________ record, "The New Raunchy"/"I'll Get by Somehow" for Decca under the name Shady Wall.
Rock and rollCountry musicRock musicRockabilly

Question 10: After he was discharged, the couple moved to ________, where Pierce worked in the men's department of a Sears Roebuck store.
Shreveport, LouisianaBossier City, LouisianaBaton Rouge, LouisianaShreveport – Bossier City metropolitan area


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