Tomorrow is April Fool’s Day and, for a little humor, we’re diving into the life and works of that master of parody, Weird Al Yankovic. That’s right, thirty questions of Weird Al Trivia.
From the mid-80s through today, Al Yankovic has been delighting kids (and kids-at-heart) with his tunes. This week, we dive into his songs and his career.
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Tomorrow is April Fools and no joking, we’ve got a great show to prepare for it.
Hey gang, this is Brian Rollins and you’re listening to the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast. This week, we’re honoring that master of parody, Weird Al Yankovic. He’s funny and topical, with hits released from the 80s through 2014 (and hopefully beyond).
If you’re new to Dorky Geeky Nerdy, welcome aboard. We offer three rounds of ten questions apiece. Each round gets a little harder than the one before. If you need rules or a score card, head over to the show’s website, DorkyGeekyNerdy.com. From there you can also find other episodes to fill your trivia hunger.
That’s enough intro, so let’s get the show rolling with…
The Dorky Round
The Geeky Round
The Nerdy Round
8. What song was initially not going to be released on the 2011 album, Alpocalypse so it was released on YouTube instead?
And done. How’d you like this one? I think this may be our first musical artist-specific show. Let me know what artists we should do next. Speaking of next, here’s your clue for next week.
What decade gave us Bohemian Rhapsody, Hotel California, and Staying Alive?
Another music show. It’s Spring and vaccines are rolling out. It’s time for playing something loud and enjoying ourselves. I’ll see you back here next week.
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