Heath’s Drive at 5 Brain Buster!

Join Heath Shelby and “The KWCK Ride Home”

Monday – Thursday afternoons after the 5 o’clock whistle blows for

The Drive At 5 

Heath will BLAST YOUR BRAIN 

with country music trivia for some 

SWEET SWAG 

from The KWCK Prize Closet! 

And check back here to find out the names of our ever-growing list of

Trivia Kings and Trivia Queens,

plus you can get the answers to

Heath’s Drive At 5 Brain Busters!    

 

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011 Brain Buster:  Which country act’s 1st 19 songs in a row all hit the Top 50, including 3 Pop Top 40 hits and 2 #1 country hits? 

The Answer:  Mark Wills.  Mark (real name Daryle Mark Williams) was born in Cleveland, TN.  In 2000, Mark was the voice of Huckleberry Finn in the MGM animated movie “Tom Sawyer.”  Mark’s first 19 releases all landed in the Top 50, including his #1 hits – 1999’s “Wish You Were Here” and 2002’s “19 Somethin’.” 

NO ONE busted the Brain Buster!! 

 

Monday, June 4th Brain Buster:  Only one country act has had a #1 album on the all-genre Billboard 200 so far this year.  Who was it? 

The Answer:  Jason Aldean with “Rearview Town.” 

Our Trivia Queen:  Elisha Edge from Searcy 

 

Tuesday, June 5th Brain Buster:  Which country act is the most recent country act to score #1 hits in their first three appearances on the Country Airplay Chart? 

The Answer:  Luke Combs. 

Our Trivia Queen:  Kara Moorehead from Pangburn 

 

Wednesday, June 6th Brain Buster:  Before Luke Combs, which country act was the last country act to score #1 hits in their first three appearances on the Country Airplay Chart? 

The Answer:  Kelsea Ballerini. 

Our Trivia Queen:  Sharon Bingham from Searcy 

 

Thursday, June 7th Brain Buster:  Since 1995, which country act holds the record for the most Top 10 hits on the Hot Country Songs Chart? 

The Answer:  Kenny Chesney. 

Our Trivia King:  Alan Webber from Sidon 

 

Monday, June 11th Brain Buster:  Which country act has only missed the Top 20 on the Country Airplay Chart once, with a song that was a #30 hit? 

The Answer:  Thomas Rhett with 2016’s “Vacation.” 

Our Trivia Queen:  Kristie Swafford from Searcy 

 

Tuesday, June 26th Brain Buster: Morgan Wallen and Florida Georgia Line’s “Up Down” is #1 this week on both the Country Airplay Chart and the Hot Country Songs Chart.  Which country act was the last country act to hold the #1 spot on both of those charts at the same time? 

The Answer:  Luke Bryan with 2014’s “Play It Again.” 

Our Trivia King:  Claude Dill from Heber Springs

 

Tuesday, July 10th Brain Buster:  Which country act currently has the second longest active streak of Top 10 hits in a row on the Country Airplay Chart? 

The Answer:  Luke Bryan with 25 Top 10 hits in a row. 

Our Trivia King:  Eric Keeler calling in from Pangburn  

 

Wednesday, July 11th Brain Buster:  Which country act currently has the longest active streak of Top 10 hits on the Country Airplay Chart? 

The Answer:  Carrie Underwood with 27 Top 10 hits in a row. 

Our Trivia Queen:  Haley Veazey from McCrory

 

Wednesday, August 15th Brain Buster: Which country act is the first country act since 2013 to log three or more consecutive multi-week Country Airplay #1 hits? 

The Answer:  Brett Young with “Mercy” (#1 for two weeks), “Like I Loved You” (#1 for three weeks) and “In Case You Didn’t Know” (#1 for two weeks). 

Our Trivia Queen:  Kristi Baker from Searcy 

 

Thursday, August 16th Brain Buster:  Before Brett Young, which country act was the last country act to log three or more consecutive multi-week Country Airplay #1 hits? 

The Answer:  Blake Shelton with “Honey Bee” (#1 for four weeks), “God Gave Me You” (#1 for three weeks), “Drink On It” (#1 for two weeks), “Over” (#1 for two weeks) and “Sure Be Cool If You Did” (#1 for two weeks). 

Our Trivia King:  David McDonald from Judsonia

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