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Pick: Which Christmas music would you rather hear?

Is Bing your thing? How popular are your holiday opinions?

Do you know the nicknames of these celebrated music icons?

The biggest stars in music become kings, queens, masters and misters.

Pick: What music would you listen to in 1969?

It's time to decide: Are you more Beatles or Rolling Stones?

Pick: Which overlooked artists belong in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?

Hey hey, there's the Monkees ... and all these other artists the Hall of Fame forgot!

Can we guess where you grew up based on your taste in music?

The pop you play will reveal the place you call home.

Can you complete the names of these 1970s one-hit wonders?

You definitely know the songs, but do you remember the band names?

Can you name these 1960s rock bands from their fonts?

Love classic rock? You're just the "type" to take this quiz.

Can you guess the lyrics to these Bee Gees songs?

You'll be reading the lyrics in falsetto.

Do you know who sang these hit pop songs used as ALF episode titles?

ALF episodes were titled after classic hits. But whose hits?

Poll: How popular are your opinions about the Beatles?

John, Paul, George or Ringo?

Can you guess the top song for each year of the 1970s?

It was the decade that gave us the Gibb brothers and ABBA.

Can you guess the lyrics to these pop songs from the 1960s?

Wouldn't it be nice to get a 10/10 on this quiz?

Can you guess the lyrics to these 1970s pop songs?

What type of animal was Jeremiah?


10 essential pop albums recorded by classic TV stars

There's no shame in playing these platters at parties.

These infectious songs have been stuck in our heads since the 1960s

A bit too much "Na na na na," and maybe not enough "goodbye."

The 10 best K-tel compilation albums of the 1970s

Did you shell out money for Dumb Ditties and Disco Fire?

17 underrated and underplayed Christmas songs of the 1970s

Dig a little deeper in Santa's sack for these glam, country and soul gems.

The 'Saturday Night Fever' soundtrack turns 40 years old

What would the world have been like with Boz Scaggs instead of the Bee Gees?

Randy Newman honed his chops composing music for these 1960s TV shows

Classic TV's got a friend in Randy Newman.

Here are the runner-ups every time The Beatles went to No. 1

"Help!" says every band stuck at No. 2 behind The Beatles.

10 TV Western stars who released catchy songs in the '50s and '60s

Find out how country star Roger Miller played second fiddle to this 'Rawhide' star.

The 10 weirdest songs that went No. 1 in the 1970s

Who needs lyrics when you have a quacking duck or Beethoven?

Watch: Lynda Carter's final Wonder Woman appearance on TV was a duet with Kenny Rogers

His farewell show featured duets with Dolly Parton, of course.

R.I.P. rock & roll pioneer Fats Domino, whose hit "The Fat Man" changed music forever

Fats wrote and released more than 60 nationally charting singles.

13 intriguing facts about the 1962 graveyard smash the ''Monster Mash''

It indeed caught on in a flash and now stalks the airwaves as an immortal hit.

The top 10 surprisingly scary album covers of the '50s and '60s

Remarkably, the Beatles' butcher album cover managed to scar collectors of both yesterday and today.

10 spooky and kooky Halloween disco tracks for your perfect 1970s-themed party

Put the "Boo!" in "Boogie!"

16 things you never knew about the Captain and Tennille

They put the Queen to sleep, hosted a TV show and sang with Pink Floyd. This '70s pop duo did it all.

A complete illustrated guide to all 107 classic TV references in Beastie Boys lyrics

We explain every reference in the rhymes, from Doris the Finkasaurus to Dr. Bombay.

12 forgotten country music gems from 1971

Even country skeptics can't help but fall in love with songs by Faron, Skeeter, Ferlin, Del and Jim Ed.

8 TV stars from the 1980s who recorded one-hit-wonder pop songs

Tracey Ullman, Bruce Willis, Max Headroom and "Bo Duke" were big singers, too.

Darla Hood of 'The Little Rascals' went on to record hip tiki music in the 1950s

A recording of "Quiet Village" led to her final film role alongside Vincent Price.

Listen: Bob Crane of 'Hogan's Heroes' once added kooky lyrics to 'The Green Hornet' theme song

The sitcom star also recorded his take on tunes from 'Andy Griffith' and more.

Listen now: 10 classic pop hits to soundtrack your solar eclipse experience

'Fly Me to the Moon,' 'Moondance,' & more hits from many moons ago

40 years ago, this song was No. 1: The Emotions ''Best of My Love''

Three sisters from Chicago gave us sunbeams and chills with this disco classic.

Bill Mumy of 'Lost in Space' has a new band with a member of the Bangles

Members of the Beach Boys and Bangles join the former Will Robinson in Action Skulls.

These 6 instrumental TV themes became unlikely pop hits in the 1980s

You'll be humming along to these slick jams.

10 sunshine, good time one-hit wonders from 1972

Are you in the mood for some "Popcorn," "Sunshine" and "Joy"?

50 years ago, this song was No. 1: The Association "Windy"

Who's tripping down the streets of the city, smilin' at everybody she sees?

50 years ago this week, the Beatles starred in the world's first live international TV broadcast

"All You Need Is Love" helped kick off the Summer of Love in 1967.

You probably forgot these one-hit wonders all broke into the Top 20 in 1982

Did you have Pac-Man Fever, eh?

"A Whiter Shade of Pale" was released exactly 50 years ago today

Procol Harum's debut single became one of the best-selling songs of all time.

You probably forgot these songs all went No. 1 in 1968

A chart topper can become a deep cut after half a century.

The 'Wonder Woman' soundtrack is going to be released for the first time ever

All the world is waiting for this!

At last, 'The Rifleman' has an official soundtrack album

Fans can finally hear a rare vocal version of the classic Western theme song.

10 truly unlikely songs that made the Top 30 in 1967

Some tracks put the wonder in one-hit wonder.

50 years ago "San Francisco (Wear Some Flowers in Your Hair)" kicked off the Summer of Love

The Scott McKenzie hit had every hippie yearning for California.

10 sweet things you never knew about the Archies

True facts about the ultimate fictional pop band.

How many fictional TV bands can you identify on our fantasy music festival poster?

Only a TV trivia master can recognize all 44 acts.

10 shaggy, soulful one-hit wonders from 1973

A MeTV star and a funky piece of movie music proved to be pop smashes.