Shun college radio? If you love nothing but the Top 40 over and over again, then we've got some trivia for you. See if you know what goes on behind the music with this Pop Music Quiz.
The Bay City Rollers threw a dart at a map that landed on Bay City, Mich. The band, originally called the Saxons, wanted a more American-sounding name.
The band's album "Achtung, Baby" took the band in a different direction from the more rhythm and blues feel of "The Joshua Tree."
The Rolling Stones' "Paint It Black" is among their most covered songs. Duran Duran, Judas Priest, Led Zeppelin and other groups have paid homage to the Stones by covering it.
The Blues Brothers, featuring surviving member Dan Ackroyd and stand-ins Jim Belushi and John Goodman, played Super Bowl XXXI with the Godfather of Soul and the Texas boys with the cool car.
Hootie and the Blowfish had a hit with "Cracked Rear View."
Albarn and Jamie Hewlett created Gorillaz in 1999. The bandmates are four cartoons: 2D, Noodle, Murdoc and Russel.
Elvis Presley mentioned his early training in singing gospel hymns as a possible reason for why he wore himself out by the end of his shows.
"Holiday," was Madonna's first big single from her debut album "Madonna." The single peaked at number 16 in 1983.
Mark David Chapman shot John Lennon outside the Dakota Hotel in New York on Dec. 8, 1980.
The Sex Pistols' "God Save the Queen" singles on vinyl were given as gifts to outgoing executives when record label A&M closed its London office in 1998. Those who sold them got about $25,000 for the records.