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The ever dapper Mr Ferry had solo hits such as Let's Stick Together and Don't Stop The Dance - but which group did he grace as lead singer?
Bit of an easy one to start with. Bryan Ferry fronted Roxy Music in their seventies heyday. That's him on the left...
The gravel-voiced crooner is best known for Maggie May, You Wear It Well and Sailing. Can you name the late 60s/early 70s band he was in?
Not to be confused with The Small Faces who dropped the 'small' when the rather tall Rod and Ronnie Wood joined in 1969. The band had hits such as Stay With Me and Had Me A Real Good Time.
Oh You Pretty Thing was his big solo hit in 1971, but what group did Peter front before he did his own thing?
I'm Into Something Good was their major hit in 1964 and Herman's Hermits were actually more successful in America than they were back here. Noone left the Hermits in 1971.
This is an easy one! Diana Ross is one of the icons of Motown but which singing stars did she start out with?
Throughout most of the Sixties, Diana Ross was a key member of The Supremes, leaving to pursue a solo career in 1970.
Forever remembered for the much-imitated drum solo on Something In The Air Tonight, Phil was coaxed into the spotlight from behind the drum set of which prog-rock band?
Genesis went more commercial when Peter Gabriel left the band and Phil stepped from behind the drums to become lead vocalist. 1986 single Invisible Touch was the peak of their success.
Sting's distinctive tones made hits of If You Love Somebody Set Them Free, Russians, An Englishman In New York and Desert Rose. He made his name with one of the most successful groups of the late 70s/early 80s. Who were they?
Didn't take too much detective work, did it? The Police - Sting, Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland - dominated the charts for years with hits such as Message In A Bottle, Roxanne, So Lonely, Can't Stand Losing You, Every Breath You Take and many, many more.
A possible tricky one to end with. The Big O was known for Only The Lonely but he did pal up with a few others at one point. What was the name of the band?
Branded a super-band, The Wilburys also boasted Bob Dylan, Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty and George Harrison in their ranks. Handle With Care was their best-known product from a short-lived collaboration which ended with Roy's death in 1988.