Gary Alan's Christian Oldies  

Gary Allan's Christian Oldies - Contemporary Christian Music 1965-1985

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The Purpose of Christian Oldies Trivia is to help you think back. To remember what God was doing in your life many years ago.  On the home page a new trivia question will appear daily.  Below is a few popular trivia questions which will also change from time to time.  Check back each day and see if you know the answers to our daily trivia.  Then drop us a line and let us know how you done.

  • They were brothers who were both responsible for forming the country rock band Mason Profitt that was formed in 1969. Can you name them? Answer
  • A husband and wife rock/jazz duo. Both were members of Seawind from 1977-80. The husband formed The Front. What were there names? Answer
  • Debbie Amstutz was a pop singer/songwriter who recorded from 1980-81. She was also a protégé of Dallas Holm. The title song to her album was a duet with Dallas. Name that tune. Answer
  • This Christian music pioneer from San Jose, CA started his first band at age 15. His Christian Oldie hits included “Turning Thirty” and “Who Will Save The Children”. Who was this artist? Answer
  • This artist had chart toppers like, "What a difference you've made in my life" and "I want to be more like Jesus" in 1979, and "Jesus on my mind" hit number 1 in 1980. Who was the artist? Answer
  • James Ward began recording in 1973 and wrote songs for artists including the Imperials, Truth and Pat Boone? He had a couple of chart toppers. What was the recording company he recorded with? Answer
  • What Ohio-born guitarist whose fluent style won the praise of no less than Jimi Hendrix released his first solo album, "What A Day" in 1973? Answer
  • Bill Gaither and the Bill Gaither Trio had many award winning songs over the years. Can you name three of them? Answer
  • The Archers started recording in 1972 and were popular through the end of the Christian Oldies era. How many of their chart topping hits can you name? Answer
  • They recorded two chart toppers in 1984 – “Surrender” and “Don’t Run Away”. They were formed in 1984 by Bob Carlisle. Name the group. Answer
  • What Contemporary Christian artist once worked with Joe Cocker and also won a CBS-TV talent show defeating “The Carpenters”? Answer
  • What Contemporary Christian band had a lead singer/guitarist who was a descendant of Francis Scott Key and also included a singer/keyboardist a descendant of Davy Crockett? Answer
  • Name three of the songs that Wayne Watson had that were in the top ten on CCMs charts in the Christian Oldies era. Answer
  • He joined The New Christy Minstrels in 1962, went solo in ’65 and recorded the #1 anti-war theme “Eve of Destruction”. Who is the artist? Answer
  • Brown Bannister was very influential in developing the contemporary Christian music sound. He began by working in the studio with Chris Christian. Can you name some of the artists that he produced? Answer