Musical Bingo Calls 31 – 60
Earlier this week, FreeBingo launced the UK’s first MUSICAL BINGO ROOM.
Here we reveal which musicians and songs are linked to each of our new musical bingo calls.
MUSICAL BINGO CALLS
31: Celine Dion.
Canadian singer of Titanic fame.
32: Knowing me, knowing you.
Hit single from 1977 by Swedish pop group Abba.
33: Black Eyed Peas (all the threes).
Hip hop group who reached #1 with ’Where is the Love?’
34: I Fought the Law.
Song covered by punk rockers The Clash in 1978.
35: Jump and jive.
Musical phrase for dancing.
36: Jimi Hendrix.
Famous American guitarist, singer and songwriter.
37: Three Steps to Heaven.
A UK #1 in 1960 for Eddie Cochran.
38: It’s late.
Song from Queen’s 1977 Album, News of the World.
39: Patsy Cline.
Famous American country music singer who tragically died in a plane crash in 1963.
UK reggae band from Birmingham, who scored UK #1s with ’Red Red Wine’ and ’Cant Help Falling In Love With You’.
41: Under My Thumb.
Rolling Stones song from their 1966 album, Aftermath.
42: Level 42.
English band who scored several Top 40 hits in the 80s and 90s.
UK solo artist, formerley with The Smiths.
44: The Doors (all the fours).
American rock band fronted by the late Jim Morrison.
45: Brimful of Asha (on the 45).
Pop song originally released by Cornershop. FatBoy Slim’s remix in 1998 scored a UK #1.
46: Stevie Nicks.
An American singer best known for working with Fleetwood Mac.
47: Tears in Heaven.
Ballad written by Eric Clapton following the tragic death of his 4-year-old son, Conor.
48: Never Too Late.
The tile of a 1981 Status Quo album, as well as a Kylie Minogue song in 1989.
49: Red, Red Wine.
UK #1 hit for reggae band UB40.
50: 50 Cent.
American rapper, aka Curtis James Jackson III.
51: Sex Bomb.
Tom Jones hit from the 1999 album, Reload.
52: Love Shack (the B-52s).
1989 hit for rock band the B-52s.
53: Come Fly With Me.
Frank Sinatra album released in 1958.
54: Dance Floor.
The area where people can dance. Obviously!
55: Dead or Alive.
80’s band fronted by former Celebrity Big Brother housemate Pete Burns. Most famous for their UK #1 ’You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)’.
Musical duo Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart.
57: Too Much Heaven.
A song by the BeeGees from 1979.
58: Not Half Mate.
DJ Catchphrase from Harry Enfield’s Television Programme.
59: If I Could Turn Back Time.
A 1989 hit for American singer, Cher.
60: Status Quo.
English rock band formed in 1962. They have recorded more chart hits in the UK than any other rock group in history.