A rock music-trivia game show.






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Series cast summary:
James Black ...
 Himself - Musician (128 episodes, 2005-2012)
Peter Luscombe ...
 Himself - Musician (128 episodes, 2005-2012)
Mark Ferrie ...
 Himself - Musician (128 episodes, 2005-2012)
Brian Nankervis ...
 Himself (127 episodes, 2005-2012)
Julia Zemiro ...
 Herself (126 episodes, 2005-2012)
Dugald McAndrew ...
 Himself - Roadie / ... (61 episodes, 2005-2012)


A rock music trivia game show. Every week two teams, each made up of two members of the audience and a music celebrity guest, battle it out to see who has the better musical knowledge. Largely based on general music knowledge but there is also an "identify the song" section, with the tune played by the house band. Each of the celebrity guests enters to do one of their songs. At the end the two guests combine to do a duet of a famous tune. Written by grantss

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The Best Ever Rock and Roll Trivia
13 May 2006 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

This is the best rock and roll trivia show ever. Set against the well loved Esplinade in Melbourne's St Kilda. Rock brain Brian Nankervis has created an original and engaging show. The orchestra (read rockin' band) seem like magicians as they are able to play an endless variety of music, and match their performance to that of each guest artist. Last but not least is the amazing, the gorgeous, the incredibly talented Julia Zemiro, who makes sure the contestants are well looked after, and gives a bit of (well-deserved) cheek to the guest artists. This is a far better show than Spicks N Specks. It would be great to see them get some more international guests on the show, and maybe invite guests who have already appeared to come back and sing the finale duets with others.

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