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After the release of their 1st album, how many years must an artist/band wait until eligible for nomination?
a) 15 years b) 25 years c) 5 years d) 10 years
How many PERFORMERS are inducted every year?
a) 3-5 performers b) 7-9 performers c) 5-7 performers d) 9-12 performers
What are the categories of inductees?
a) Performers/ Non-Performers/ Announcers/ DJs b) Performers/ Producers/ Sidemen/ DJs c) Performers/ Non-Performers/ Sidemen/ Early Influences d) Performers/ Sidemen/ Early Influences/ DJs
How old was Jimi Hendrix when he got his first guitar?
a) 11 years old b) 10 years old c) 13 years old d) 12 years old
What musical genres are represented in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
a) Rock and Roll b) All of these c) Rock and Roll / Gospel / Jazz / Pop / R&B d) Rock and Roll / Country / Blues / Hip-Hop
How old was Jimi Hendrix when he died?
a) 20 years old b) 67 years old c) 35 years old d) 27 years old
In what genre of music did Johnny Cash get his start?
a) Rockabilly b) Gospel c) Country d) Rock and Roll
What was the song that Jimi Hendrix played that changed his entire career?
a) God Bless America b) Sweet Caroline c) We Will Rock You d) The Star Spangled Banner
What did Johnny Cash think was the most important aspect of music?
a) The guitar playing b) Emotion c) The beat d) The singing
When was the Rock and Roll HOF established?
a) 1983 b) 1973 c) 1963 d) 1953
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