a. He's self-conscious about his very tiny teeth.
b. He finds awfully hard to say he's sorry.
c. He had to have his jaw wired shut for a while, and he got used to singing that way.
d. He's practicing to be the next Jeff Dunham.
2. Chicago founding member Robert Lamm’s biggest regret:
a. There was no such thing as ringtones at the hight of the group’s popularity.
b. That the band wasn’t more adventurous.
c. He never bothered to learn how Roman numerals work after III.
d. A tattoo on his forehead that reads E-V-O-L.
3. Doc Watson got his nickname because:
a. A radio announcer suggested his real name, Arthel, was too long.
b. He actually went to med school before settling on a music career.
c. His picking skills were so sick.
d. He had an uncanny resemblance to the dwarf of the same name.
4. Doc Watson is so humble he once:
a. Gave up his seat for a 13-year-old German shepherd.
b. Said he'd like to be remembered as just a regular guy.
c. Was mistaken for a janitor and so he cleaned up when a guy dropped his beer.
d. Was mistaken for a barber and so he gave a guy a not-too-bad haircut.
5. In a recent New Yorker interview, Lucinda Williams revealed the real reason she keeps her lyrics on a music stand while performing is:
a. It allows her to focus on singing.
b. It allows her to earn money endorsing music stands.
c. It allows her to wear her leopard print reading glasses while performing which she finds "edgy, in a senior-kind-of-way."
d. It allows her to keep her jeans unbuttoned because she often feels bloated while traveling.
6. Lucinda Williams decided to marry her husband during an encore of her 2009 tour because:
a. Her younger sister dared her to.
b. Her father told her he wouldn't pay for a reception.
c. Her father thought it would be a good tribute to Hank Williams Sr. who married his second wife on stage.
d. If they married in the beginning of the show what would they do for an encore?
Answers: 1)c; 2)b; 3)a; 4)b; 5)a; 6)c
Possibly the first band to master the power ballad, Chicago blows into Harrah’s Cherokee Casino on Saturday, Oct. 15 at 7:30 p.m. They are best known for their hits "If You Leave Me Now," and "Saturday in the Park."
Bluegrass legend and Deep Gap, N.C., native Doc Watson performs with David Holt at Diana Wortham Theatre on Saturday, Oct. 15 at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m.
NPR called her "the Billie Holiday of Alt Country," and her 1998 album Car Wheels on a Gravel Road topped every music critic "Best Of" list in the land. Lucinda Williams plays a benefit concert for Wild South on Saturday, Oct. 15 at 8 p.m. at Pisgah Brewing.