‘Instruments of Change’ Bookazine Trivia
With the second No Depression bookazine officially releasing this week, we thought it would be fun to hold a little trivia contest. Whoever answers the most questions correctly wins a copy of both bookazines.
No Depression #77, Instruments of Change officially releases on Mar. 16, and centers around the various ways the phrase “instruments of change” can be interpreted. This includes looking at the musical instruments employed by folks like Dock Boggs, Chris Thile, and Bob Moore, as well as the lyrics of Phil Ochs and the innovations of folks like Jason & the Nashville Scorchers. ND #77 was co-edited by Peter and Grant and includes a photo essay and an appendix featuring reviews of some of the higher-profile roots-oriented records of recent months.
Without further ado, here are your trivia questions. You have until Tuesday (the official release date) at midnight PST to leave a comment with your answers. Good luck!
1. Name all the Scorchers.
2. What’s Jason Ringenberg’s side project of children’s music called?
3. What does the soldier in Phil Ochs’ “Draft Dodger Rag” claim to have wrong with him?
4. Where was Phil Ochs born?
5. What was Phil Ochs’ first instrument?
6. How long have Buddy & Julie been married?
7. Name five artists with whom Julie Miller has sung.
8. Name five Buddy with whom has performed.
9. What’s Julie’s zodiac sign?
10. Who produced Middle Cyclone?
11. Name three other artists that producer has worked with.
12. What was Doug Sahm’s zodiac sign?
13. With which country legend did Sahm make his live debut?
14. Which band recorded ‘Songs of Sahm’ for Bloodshot Records?
15. Name the members of that band.
16. What’s Dock Boggs’ real name?
17. What is Dock Boggs’ banjo-picking style called?
18. What kind of mandolin does Chris Thile play?
19. What does Chris Thile call his mandolin?
20. Name all the Punch Brothers.