Which One Made Rolling Stone's Top 50 Rock Artists
Billkozy on 04/27/2007
|In 2004, Rolling Stone magazine celebrated its 50th anniversary by paying tribute to the fifty most important performers in the history of rock 'n' roll. The judges who selected the performers on this list were top musicians, historians, industry executives, and critics, all selected by the editors of the magazine. The panel voted for their choices, putting them in order of preference. Over 125 artists were chosen and then according to a calculation using a weighted point system (sort of like my Community Quiz Polls!) the ballots were tabulated and the final order was chosen, overseen by the accounting firm Ernst & Young. Then the editors chose a collection of singers, musicians, and producers to write about the artists who made the top 50. |
In this quiz, each question will list 5 rock & roll artists. However only one of the rock legends in each question made Rolling Stone's list of the Top 50 Greatest Rock & Roll Artists of All-Time. Pick the one that made it to the Top 50. The other four artists made the Top 100, but didn't crack the Top 50. The last question however, features artists who didn't even make the top 100, and you have to pick the one that did.
It's trickier than it might seem. Undoubtedly a lot of the questions will have some folks screaming, "What!!!?? This one made it but this other one didn't??!!"
Good Luck, and please don't forget to rate my quiz afterward.
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