Last Week’s Rockucation Question:
This band has won more Grammys than any other band. The guitarist got his nickname from the shape of his nose, not his guitar playing. The lead singer developed a friendship with President George W. Bush for relief efforts with HIV/AIDS In Africa. The singer supposedly got his nickname from a hearing aid store, some say it was from the Latin word for good voice. Both the singer and guitarist both wrote music for a failed Broadway play about a Marvel hero. Who is the band?
Darryl Sampson, Kingston, MA, Phyllis Bourque, Pawtucket, RI, Kathleen Flynn, Cranston, RI ,Nina McCarthy, Westerly, RI and Chuck Dressler, North Kingstown, RI.
This week’s Rockucation question is:
There is a conspiracy theory this band’s 1979 album predicted the events of 9/11 in America from its album cover. The album if held to a mirror shows that the bands logo has two letters in it that show 9-11 over the twin towers. You also see the city from plane seat window as it’s flying to New York City. If you flip over the to the back of the record you will see a picture of the then band’s manager and he is a Free-Mason and he bands name if translated in the Chrian bible also makes reference to the city of sin. Who is the band and the album?
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