WOMAN WHO ROCK EXAM 3: 30/30 1 This 1989 _____________ song made its national debut on TV's The David Letterman Show and was from their Grammy-Award-winning second album. Bangles Indigo Girls Go-Go's B-52's Plasmatics 2 Considered the most controversial and radical female artist of her day, ____________ unleashed raw sexual energy during violent stage theatrics including explosives, chain saws, and nearly nude costuming. Pat Benatar Madonna Wendy O. Williams Janet Jackson Joan Jett 3 As one of the founding mothers of blues-rock, ____________ redefined the role of women in contemporary Blues with her signing, songwriting, and slide guitar technique. Bonnie Raitt k.d. lang Melissa Ethridge Sheryl Crow Tracy Chapman 4 This artist's first album, She's So Unusual , was the only debut release in history to yield four Top 5 singles in 1984. She is _____________. Annie Lennox
Cyndi Lauper Madonna Joan Jett Pat Benatar 5 The 1981 single "O Superman" by _____________ combined spoken word with effects and tape loops of steady synthesized vocal "ah ahs." Joan Jett Annie Lennox Pat Benatar Laurie Anderson Cyndi Lauper 6 "Opposites Attract" was one of several singles from the 1988 Forever Your Girl album by ____________. Madonna Janet Jackson Paula Abdul Whitney Houston Cyndi Lauper 7 Working with guitarist Dave Stewart, _____________ recorded the single and video for "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)." Paula Abdul Whitney Houston Annie Lennox Cyndi Lauper Madonna 8 In 1999, ____________ released her a live album, featuring friends such as the Dixie Chicks, Chrissie Hynde, Eric Clapton, and Keith Richards. Her 2002 album C'mon, C'mon included Stevie Nicks and actress Gwyneth Paltrow.
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- Grammy Award winners, American female singers, Cyndi Lauper