Do you know who sings these Flintstones songs?

These tunes can get stuck in your head for ages – and it's about to pay off!

Bedrock may be the unofficial music capital of the Stone Age; the town played host to a bevy of musical guests, acts, and even gave the Flinstones the chance to be in the limelight. Even from its earliest season, the show boasted plenty of tunes and some big names to boot. We want to know if you remember who was singing these songs on The Flintstones.

We've gathered the names of the characters (not necessarily the guest stars themselves) who have been on the show and contributed their musical gifts. 

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  1. Who sings the Rockenschpeel Jingle for the new television program for housewives?
  2. In "The Hot Piano", who does Fred enlist to help him celebrate his and Wilma's anniversary with a rousing song?
  3. A new dance move sweeps over Bedrock when the hit song "The Twitch" hits the airwaves. Which character sang this number on the show?
  4. In "The Girls' Night Out", an amusement park souvenir turns into a top-of-the-chart hit called "The Rockin' Bird." His stage name is Hi-Fye, but who is the real singer of the song?
  5. This singer takes Fred's signature phrase and turns into a hit song called "Yabba-Dabba-Doo!" Which special guest sang this song?
  6. When a case of amnesia brings out a new side to this character, they sing the Sextet piece from the opera Lucia di Lammermore. Who sang the terrible rendition of this opera classic?
  7. Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm surprise their families when despite not being able to talk, they can play and sing this catchy kid's song. What song were they singing?
  8. In this special episode of The Flintstones, this guest star uses her sweet voice to sing a lullaby to Pebbles and a rousing rendition of "Ain't Gonna Be Your Fool No More". Which special guest are we talking about?
  9. In the episode "Masquerade Party", a band from out of this galaxy sings a track that matches their band name. Do you remember the name of this spacey bunch?
  10. When Fred and Barney attempt to open a restaurant on the sly, they end up with more than they bargained for with the Car Hop Song. Do you know the names of the characters who originally sang this?
  11. This real-life group performed their song "Laugh, Laugh" while Fred inspired a new dance craze in Bedrock. What is the Stone-Age name of the group?

Do you know who sings these Flintstones songs?

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Amalthea 5 days ago
I haven't been able to watch this show since I was a teenager watching with my little brother back around 1980...and yet, from memory (no guesses) I got 9/11!
Allison 5 days ago
8/11 guessed on a lot of them
STTOS 5 days ago
You got 6 out of 11 - Not too shabby! You've got a good ear for those Stone Age tunes! Guessed on most of them and not really a big fan or very familiar with The Flintstones so I will take this score.
MarkSpeck 5 days ago
10 out of 11. Didn't remember anyone else singing the burger jingle, aside from Wilma and Betty, and I've seen the episodes multiple times.
csaaphill 5 days ago
You got 9 out of 11
Yabba-Dabba-Doo!!! You really know your "rock" tunes!
DavidMichaelHugaert 5 days ago
11 out of 11 correct!!! I must know my Flintstones!!! :-)
MrBill 5 days ago
6/11; not too bad - I have not watched the show since I was a kid.
Jerkman 5 days ago
Haven't watched Flintstones in years, got 11 out of 11. I guess you could say I loved the show as a kid. Who am I kidding, even at 60 I love this show.
Lillyrose 6 days ago
I haven’t seen The Flintstones in decades, and I don’t remember any of these songs. I got 4 out of 10.
Shortzz 6 days ago
The flintstones are like my favorite since I was a going back in time ...
cperrynaples 7 days ago
Anyone notice that MeTV skipped "The Prowler" episode? Could it be because home invasion isn't something we can joke about today?
Or use insensitive Japanese/Asian stereotypes?
Don't remember that but I do remember Mickey Rooney in Breakfast At Tiffany's,which also featured Fred Flintstone himself as one of Audrey Hepburn's "friends"!
Mark cperrynaples 5 days ago
I remember that episode. A short, Japanese martial arts expert teaches Wilma and Betty to protect themselves when confronted by a prowler. Then they end up throwing Fred around, thinking he's the prowler.
Mark Mark 5 days ago
BTW, I didn't post the scene with the martial arts expert because I don't want to offend anybody. But this scene with Fred playing prowler is pretty entertaining.
Also John "Hannibal" Smith of The A-Team!
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