Quiz: Can You Identify These Saturday Night Live Guest Stars From a Photo?
Can You Identify These Saturday Night Live Guest Stars From a Photo?
By: Kennita Leon
Image: Youtube via Saturday Night Live

About This Quiz

Saturday Night Live, or SNL for short, is a variety show that was created by a man named Lorne Michaels (he also created The Tonight Show). Premiering on NBC way back in the mid-1970s, the show was meant to include comedic sketches of everything that was going on in the country- which would, of course, include politics. With early cast members like Chevy Chase, Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi, the show has managed to sustain itself and its massive following to now include stars like the hilarious Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon. But what would all that laughter be if we didn't have people to serenade us afterward?

This is why we want to see how well you remember the show back in the day, and which stars appeared on it. We have the likes of musical royalty like Queen, Keith Richards and Aretha Franklin and rock gods like The Grateful Dead. But can you identify them from pictures that were taken way back when?

If you're a huge SNL fan who has been watching old re-runs and binge-watching previous episodes for a while now, then this is the quiz for you. Come see how many of these musical legends you can identify. 

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