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    The A’s of Music
    1. A famous four-member Swedish group of the '70s.
    2. U.S. rock group headed by brothers Duane and Gregg.
    3. Actor and singer nicknamed "The Singing Cowboy."
    4. He was nicknamed "Satchmo."
    5. This vocal group consisted of sisters LaVerne, Maxene and Patty.
    6. Canadian rock star who had a hit with "(Everything I Do,) I Do It for You."
    7. U.S. rock group led by vocalist Steven Tyler.
    8. Singer who is married to director Blake Edwards.
    9. Singer/songwriter responsible for Frank Sinatra's "My Way."
    10. Bandleader, trumpeter and composer known for his "Tijuana Brass" sound.
    11. British composer best known for his "Warsaw Concerto."
    12. He was nicknamed "The Tennessee Ploughboy."
    13. French-born singer who had a hit in the 1970s with "The Old Fashioned Way."
    14. In 1959, his songs "Venus" and "Why?" both went to No. 1.
    15. Composer whose hits include "Sleigh Ride" and "The Typewriter."

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    The A’s of Music

    1. A famous four-member Swedish group of the '70s. ABBA

    2. U.S. rock group headed by brothers Duane and Gregg. THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND

    3. Actor and singer nicknamed "The Singing Cowboy." GENE AUTRY

    4. He was nicknamed "Satchmo." LOUIS ARMSTRONG

    5. This vocal group consisted of sisters LaVerne, Maxene and Patty. THE ANDREWS SISTERS

    6. Canadian rock star who had a hit with "(Everything I Do,) I Do It for You." BRYAN ADAMS

    7. U.S. rock group led by vocalist Steven Tyler. AEROSMITH

    8. Singer who is married to director Blake Edwards. JULIE ANDREWS

    9. Singer/songwriter responsible for Frank Sinatra's "My Way." PAUL ANKA

    10. Bandleader, trumpeter and composer known for his "Tijuana Brass" sound. HERB ALPERT

    11. British composer best known for his "Warsaw Concerto." RICHARD ADDINSELL

    12. He was nicknamed "The Tennessee Ploughboy." EDDIE ARNOLD

    13. French-born singer who had a hit in the 1970s with "The Old Fashioned Way." CHARLES AZNAVOUR

    14. In 1959, his songs "Venus" and "Why?" both went to No. 1. FRANKIE AVALON

    15. Composer whose hits include "Sleigh Ride" and "The Typewriter." LEROY ANDERSON
     

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