Dance hall days trivia

Test your general knowledge about the musical icons, dances and venues of the 1930s to 1950s.

What popular dance craze brought to Australia by American servicemen was the defining dance of the 1940s?

Which famous American crooner was nicknamed “Ol’ Blue Eyes”?

True or False? Glenn Miller was assassinated after Dwight D. Eisenhower sent him on a secret mission to negotiate a peace deal with Nazi Germany.

What iconic Melbourne Building was referred to locally as ‘The White Elephant’ in the 1940s?

What was the Green Mill renamed to in the 1940s?

What popular Melbourne venue was owned by a husband and wife duo offered affordable dance lessons to locals throughout the 1930s, 40s and 50s?

What pianist, composer and bandleader is considered to be the father of Australian jazz?

What popular dance craze of the 1950s required a backing band and Caller.

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