Test your musical knowledge with these fun country music trivia questions and answers.
Is your country music knowledge in key or is your memory missing a beat or two?
Find out by taking this fun country music trivia quiz.
Q. Which singer famously played two live shows at Folsom Prison in January 1968?
Q. In 1980, which country legend had a number one hit with “He Stopped Loving Her Today”?
Q. Which country music star wrote and first recorded “I Will Always Love You”, a song which later became one of the biggest selling singles of all-time for Whitney Houston?
Q. Which country legend duetted with Julio Iglesias on the 1984 single, “To All the Girls I’ve Loved Before”?
Q. In Bobby Gentry’s “Ode to Billie Joe”, what is the name of the bridge that Billie Joe McAllister jumps off?
Q. “Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)” was the first single released by which singer?
Q. Which singer, known as “The King of Country”, won a Grammy in 2009 for his album “Troubadour”?
Q. Which influential country singer-songwriter died at the age of just 29, while being driven to perform a concert in Ohio on New Year’s Day, 1953?
Q. Billie Jo Spears hit the number one spot on the Billboard country chart in 1975, with which song?
Q. Which singer, who has won more Grammy awards than any other male country music artist, was hired by the Eagles in 2017, following the death of Glenn Frey?
Q. Who rose to fame with their debut single “She’s in Love with the Boy” in 1991?
Q. In the late 60s and early 70s, Dolly Parton had a regular spot on which country singer’s weekly syndicated TV show?
Q. Whose album “Not A Moment Too Soon”, featuring the number one record of the same name, was the best selling country music album of 1994?
Q. “There’s Your Trouble”, “Cowboy Take Me Away” and “Landslide” were hit records for which country music group?
Q. Tommy beats up the Gatlin brothers after they assault his woman Becky, in which Kenny Rogers hit song?
Q. Which country legend died in a plane crash at the age of 30, on March 5, 1963?
Q. Which singer, known as the “First Lady of Country Music”, is best known for the song “Stand by Your Man”?
Q. Which influential star had several stints in juvenile detention centers when growing up, as well as spending time in San Quentin Prison from 1958-60 before turning his life around and finding success in country music?
Q. In 2007, which singer released a collaborative album called Raising Sand with Robert Plant, of Led Zeppelin fame?
Q. Which two country stars had a massive world-wide hit in 1983 with the Bee Gees-penned song “Islands in the Stream”?