IMPOSSIBLE TRIVIA: 20% of Online Harassment Victims Say It Happened Here?
Grammy Award-winning rocker Rick Springfield brings his remarkable catalog of old favorites and new hits to the Golden Nugget this Saturday, November 29th.
With 25 million records sold, a Grammy Award for his No. 1 smash-hit “Jessie’s Girl,” and 17 Top 40 hits including “Don’t Talk to Strangers,” “An Affair of the Heart,” “I’ve Done Everything for You,” “Love Somebody” and “Human Touch,” Springfield is a musical force that shows no signs of slowing down.
Springfield has toured for over 30 years, performing more than 100 concerts each year and hand-delivering the hits to millions of fans worldwide during his legendary, high-energy live shows.
Springfield discovered music in his native Australia at 12 years old when he picked up a guitar for the first time. A handful of hits in his homeland in the early ‘70s led to emigrating to the United States to pursue music further. While trying to find his footing, Springfield landed the role of Dr. Noah Drake in the daytime TV phenomenon “General Hospital.” In 1981, his album “Working Class Dog” began his journey toward multi-platinum superstardom with follow-up releases “Success Hasn’t Spoiled Me Yet,” “Living in Oz,” the “Hard to Hold” soundtrack and “Tao.”
Springfield chronicled his musical journey in his bestselling memoir “Late, Late at Night,” which Rolling Stone named one of the Top 25 rock autobiographies of all time.
Lite Rock 96.9 WFPG is giving you the chance to win tickets to see Rick Springfield this Saturday at the Golden Nugget.
To win, play Lite Rock Impossible Trivia weekday morning at 7:20am on the Lite Rock Morning Show with Eddie Davis.
This morning’s question: 20% of victims of online harassment say it happened to them when they were online here. Where did it happen?
The answer? (In the comments section!)
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