Do You Know The Nicknames Of These Music Icons?

These music icons could get feet tapping and folks singing, but do you know the nicknames that belonged to each of these music legends? Take this quiz and find out if you can match the nickname to the icon. You might just find yourself feeling more stumpe
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Which musician was known as the "King of Folk?"
Peter Seeger
James Taylor
Bob Dylan
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Which female icon was known as the "First Lady Of Country?"
Tammy Wynette
Patsy Cline
Dolly Parton
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Which musician was simply known as "The King?"
Bruce Springsteen
Fats Domino
Elvis Presley
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Which legendary musician was known as "Satchmo?"
Louis Armstrong
Nat King Cole
Bring Crosby
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Which artist was known as the "Godfather of Grunge?"
Kurt Cobain
Neil Young
Eddie Vedder
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Which artist was known as the "King of Soul?"
Luther Vandros
James Brown
Sam Cooke
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Which musician was known as "Lady Day?"
Billie Holiday
Aretha Franklin
Diana Ross
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Which artist was known as the "King of the Movie Soundtrack?"
Michael MacDonald
Kenny Loggins
Randy Newman
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Which artist is simply known as "The Boss?"
Sting
Jon Bon Jovi
Bruce Springsteen
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Which lively artist was known as "Mr. Dynamite?"
James Brown
Robin Gibb
Barry Gibb
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Which female singer was known as the "Empress of Soul?"
Sara Vaughn
Aretha Franklin
Gladys Knight
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Which charming artist was known as "The Chairman of the Board?"
Dean Martin
Frank Sinatra
Fred Astaire
Result
Uh-oh! This quiz proved you're a bit of a nickname novice! While you may know some classic music icons and their famous nicknames, you could use a bit more research before considering yourself a true music expert. Fret not, you'll get to know the history behind these icons soon!

C+, Nickname Novice

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Whoa, this quiz revealed that you're pretty nifty when it comes to nicknames! It's clear that you're a music buff with a deep love of history and the icons that made music what it is today. We think you're a total trivia rock star!

B+, Nickname Nifty

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Based on the results of this quiz, you're a total nickname natural! It's obvious that you know your music legends and music history like only a true music fan can. Not only do you know your music nicknames, but we suspect you know just about everything there is to know about music history!

A+, Nickname Natural

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1
Which musician was known as the "King of Folk?"
Peter Seeger
James Taylor
Bob Dylan
2
Which female icon was known as the "First Lady Of Country?"
Tammy Wynette
Patsy Cline
Dolly Parton
3
Which musician was simply known as "The King?"
Bruce Springsteen
Fats Domino
Elvis Presley
4
Which legendary musician was known as "Satchmo?"
Louis Armstrong
Nat King Cole
Bring Crosby
5
Which artist was known as the "Godfather of Grunge?"
Kurt Cobain
Neil Young
Eddie Vedder
6
Which artist was known as the "King of Soul?"
Luther Vandros
James Brown
Sam Cooke
7
Which musician was known as "Lady Day?"
Billie Holiday
Aretha Franklin
Diana Ross
8
Which artist was known as the "King of the Movie Soundtrack?"
Michael MacDonald
Kenny Loggins
Randy Newman
9
Which artist is simply known as "The Boss?"
Sting
Jon Bon Jovi
Bruce Springsteen
10
Which lively artist was known as "Mr. Dynamite?"
James Brown
Robin Gibb
Barry Gibb
11
Which female singer was known as the "Empress of Soul?"
Sara Vaughn
Aretha Franklin
Gladys Knight
12
Which charming artist was known as "The Chairman of the Board?"
Dean Martin
Frank Sinatra
Fred Astaire