Impossible Trivia Solved! Millions Spent on Import Americans Use During Summer?
The Moonshine Jungle Tour is the ongoing second concert tour by singer-songwriter Bruno Mars, in support of his second studio album, Unorthodox Jukebox.
The tour began in June 2013 and will continue through September 6, 2014.
After the Super Bowl XLVIII halftime show, which featured Mars as the headline act, the tickets for his second North American tour have been in high demand. Critics have given the show rave reviews!
Chris Richards’ review for The Washington Post was glowing in its praise, “Sprawling video screens. Blasts of smoke, fire and confetti. A disco ball the size of a Toyota Prius.” The performance of the singer who sold out Washington’s Verizon Center was “one of those rare, thrilling, upside-down pop concerts where instead of rigidly trying to recreate the high sheen of various hit singles, the singer takes complete control of the songbook, reshaping it at will. Which is to say, it was fantastic.”
The reviewer also mentioned the wide ranges of musical influences that Mars “hopscotched through, including Motown, new wave, late-’70s funk, mid-’90s R&B, flaunting a pop fluency that’s earned him a vast and diverse horde of admirers. You could see it in the audience — there were baby boomers, babies of boomers, babies of babies of boomers, and in Section 100, an actual baby.”
This week on Lite Rock Morning Show, I’m giving you the chance to win tickets to see Bruno Mars Thursday, July 17th, at the Susquehanna Bank Center.
To win, play Lite Rock Impossible Trivia weekday mornings at 7:20am.
This morning’s holdover question: Millions of dollars worth of this product have been imported to America for us to use this summer. What’s the product?
The answer? (American flags. Most are made in America, but about 6% come from China)
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