Last Week’s Rockucation Question:
David Bowie did it. Sting and Huey Lewis both did it. Bruce Springsteen also did it but not in the same way they did. Paul Stanley did it in Toronto, Roger Daltry in London. Bono and The Edge wrote one, as did Billie Joe Armstrong. The list goes on. What were they involved in?
The first half acted in Broadway and off Broadway, the second half wrote a musical for Broadway.
Kathleen Flynn, Cranston, RI.
This week’s Rockucation question is:
This song is considered the longest rock song ever recorded. It takes up both sides of the album. The band stated that the album was a spoof on the idea of a concept album and adding that Monty Python type of humor in it. Mocking it as it were, It was based on a poem written by 12-year-old fictional character Gerald Bostock. The song clocks in at 43:50. What is the band and the song?
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