What Don McLean 1971 mega-hit often refers to 'the day the music died'?
Stairway To Heaven
'The day the music died' refers to the 1959 deaths of early rock and roll performers Buddy Holly, The Big Bopper, and Ritchie Valens. How did they die?
While many consider Don McLean a 'one hit wonder', in 1971 he had another #1 single about a famous Dutch Post-Impressionist painter? What song was it?
What kind of car was driven to the levee?
What is it that might "save your mortal soul"?
What was wrong with "the church bells"?
They were all broken
They were cracked
They were too loud
They were missing
Who 'caught the train to the coast'?
The Father, Son and Holy Ghost
Larry, Curly and Moe
John, Paul, George and Ringo
What 1960s science fiction show gets inadvertently mentioned in the course of the lyrics?
Lost In Space
"I met a girl who sang the blues, And I asked her for some happy news". What did she do?
Smile and turned away
Laughed in my face
Gave me a kiss
Stared at me
Who made what is considered one of the worst cover versions of "American Pie" in 2000?
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