The Ultimate Country Music Trivia Quiz


Welcome to the Ultimate Country Music Trivia Quiz! Do you know your plaid shirts, dusty boots, broken hearts and relatable lyrics? Is your best country music playlist always on repeat? Do you know your Kenny Chesney from your Kenny Rogers from your Kenny Nash… Whatever your sound, you can’t deny that some of the best country songs right now are some of the best songs ever, but how well do you know your favourite genre? Play our 35-question Country Music Quiz now and find out!

We have divided our ultimate country music quiz into three levels; Easy, Medium, and HARD! Can you make it all the way to question 35 and be top of the country music quiz charts? Click to see the answers at the end of each round and tweet us to tell us how you got on?

The Ultimate Country Music Trivia Quiz: round one (easy)

This is the EASY round, let’s go!

1: Nashville, the US city known as the home of country music, has what nickname?

2: Carrie Underwood won which US TV talent show?

3: Connie Britton plays which character in the TV series Nashville

4: Blake Shelton is engaged to which pop star?

5: What’s the name of Dolly Parton’s theme park?

6: What was Johnny Cash’s nickname?

7. The CMAs (Country Music Awards) are the longest running annual music awards on television, TRUE or FALSE

8: Complete the lyric from Taylor Swift’s ‘Love Story’ – ‘you were Romeo, you were throwin’ pebbles and my daddy said…’

9: Name the 2005 Johnny Cash biopic starring Joaquin Phoenix as Johnny and Reece Witherspoon as June Carter

10. The Dixie Chicks renamed themselves as what in 2020?

11. Darius Rucker was the frontman for which mulit-platinum rock band before becoming a country star?

12. Keith Whitley took “When You Say Nothing At All’ to the top of the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in 1988, but which Irish pop singer took it to no.1 in the UK ten years later?

You have reached the end of the country music quiz EASY round, cowboy!

CLICK HERE to see how you go on or scroll down for ROUND TWO – the ‘slightly’ harder country music trivia questions to answer.

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Country music quiz: round two (MEDIUM)

country music trivia quiz
Country Music star Brad Paisley (Image: Craig O’Neal)

1: Who is Miley Cyrus’s godmother?
A Reba McEntire
B Shania Twain
C Dolly Parton.

2 Who is the number one best selling country artist of all time?
A Dolly Parton
B Garth Brooks
C Kenny Rogers

3: How many of the men that ‘don’t impress’ Shania Twain much can you name?

4. Eric Church’s nickname is also the title of his third album – is it:
A The Chief
B The Boss
C The Man

5: Who is the most successful artist of all time at the Country Music Awards(CMA)?

6: Which female artist has the most CMA awards?

7: Taylor Swift’s debut single was named after which country music singer?

9: The Grand Ole Opry is a giant country music venue located in which city?

10: Golden Hour won Album of the Year in the 2019 Grammy Awards for which singer?

11: Who is thought of as the first country music singer and the ‘Father of Country Music’?

You have reached the end of the country music trivia quiz MEDIUM round. A little bit trickier but a few multiple choices thrown in there to help you out.

CLICK HERE to see how you did or continue to the HARD round below:

Country music trivia quiz: round three (HARD)

country music trivia quiz
Grand Ole Opry. (Photo: Mark Stephenson)

This is the country music expert round! Are you ready? Hit it:

1: How times platinum is Shania Twain’s Come on Over certified in the US?
A 10
B 20
C 30

2: What was the name of Garth Brooks’ Australian rock and roll alter ego in the late ’90s?

3: How many country number one singles have the The Chicks had?

4: “Working Man Blues”, “Silver Wings”, and “Going Where the Lonely Go” are all songs from what great artist?

5: Which Dolly Parton s song (a country number one in 1984) starts with approximately 30 seconds of yodelling?

6: Which country music star, when playing in Buddy Holly’s backing band, gave his airplane seat to the Big Bopper who, along with Buddy Holly and Richie Valens, died when the airplane crashed?

7: Born and raised in Arkansas, which American singer-songwriter was the first female country artist to sell one million records?

8: How old was Dolly Parton in 2020?

9: Who was the first black performer to appear at The Grand Ole Opry?

10: Which country music star died in the back of a car on January 1st 1953?

And that’s it! You have reached the end of the ultimate country music trivia quiz!

CLICK HERE to see how you did in round three and add up your total score. Will you be celebrating your golden hour or singing the blues?


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