Subject: Classic rock and classic rockers. The answer to the packets title: it didn’t. Tossups

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Voodoo Chile” and “Voodoo Child (Slight Return)”
9. In 1981 this artist leveraged his previous success to force MCA to cut the price on his album Hard Promises. He produced Del Shannon’s Drop Down and Get Me, led the backing band on Bob Dylan’s 1986 tour, and scored a top three hit with Stevie Nicks on “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around”. Although his solo efforts Wildflowers and Full Moon Fever were successful, he’s better know for hits like “American Girl”, “Don’t Come Around Here No More”, and “Free Fallin’” recorded with his own particular backing group. FTP, who is this leader of the Heartbreakers?

Answer: Tom Petty

10. In the late seventies, the Palladium, a disco club, occupied this site at Second Avenue and Sixth Street. Formerly known as the Village Theater, blues guitarist Albert King appeared on both its opening and closing night bills. Between March 8, 1968 and June 27, 1971, the Joshua Light Show provided the special effects at this locale, the first of whose headliners was Big Brother and the Holding Company. Among the live albums recorded at this Bob Graham presented-site were the Grateful Dead’s Ladies and Gentlemen, Miles Davis’s It’s About That Time, and one by the Allman Brothers Band. FTP, what was this New York City concert venue whose West Coast companion was in San Francisco?


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