Can you fill in the blank and complete your favorite musicians' nicknames?

It's a nickname-game!

A cool musician needs to have a cool nickname, those are just the facts. But sometimes nicknames are a bit hard to keep up with, especially when it seems like every other artist is being labeled The King or Queen of Something. In this quiz, we're seeing how well you can remember your favorite music artist's nicknames by giving you a tiny part of their title, and asking you to fill in the rest!

  1. As a duo, Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel were known by the press as "Tom and _____."
  2. Often shouted during concerts, fans love to call Bruce Springteen "The _____."
  3. As the lead singer of Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne adopted the nickname "The Prince of _____."
  4. Singer Jim Morrison was frequently called "The _____ King"
  5. Similar to this Gilligan's Island character, Neal Pert of Rush's nickname was "The _____"
  6. Today, Elvis Presley is known as "The King of ______."
  7. In addition to being called "The Ox," John Entwistle also bore the nickname of " _____fingers."
  8. The Beatles were dubbed "The _____ Four"
  9. Frank Sinatra was commonly known as "Chairman of _____."
  10. As lead singer of The Smith's Morrissey's nickname is "The Pope of _____."

Can you fill in the blank and complete your favorite musicians' nicknames?

Your Result...

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70 Comments

daDoctah 27 days ago
In the British spy spoof "Carry On Spying" (ninth in the Carry On series), the agents are given code names for their mission: Kenneth Williams is "Red Admiral", Charles Hawtrey "Yellow Peril", Bernard Cribbins "Blue Bottle", and Barbara Windsor (in her first Carry On appearance, embarrassed to reveal it) is "Brown Cow".
RobertK 30 days ago
8 of 10. Not too bad, I had no clue on the two that I missed!
trogg888 1 month ago
As big a fan as I was of the who I never knew John had a nick name
trogg888 1 month ago
I played in a cover band for over 50 years so this was pretty easy
SuzeQ 1 month ago
People, please! It's NEIL PEART.
Say it: Neeel Peeert.
Neil "Pier" + t.
Neil Peart!

Thank you.
AgingDisgracefully 1 month ago
Music hasn't been the same since The Mormon Tabernacle Choir broke up to pursue solo careers.
That was what happened with the New Christy Minstrels.
TownOfMayberry 1 month ago
I missed #7.
You got 9 out of 10

Sorry Bruce Springsteen, because you're now The Boss!
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