Can you guess the TV shows that featured these guitars?

See if you can rock this one.

Classic TV rocks, right? This quiz proves it, banding together some of our favorite guitarists we ever saw on TV shows, from the 1950s to the 1980s.

Scroll through the scenes below and see if these scenes strike a chord. We think the biggest classic TV fans can hit every note and score 10/10.  Good luck!
  1. The star of this show rocked so hard, they put this scene in the opening credits:
  2. This teen had to choose between his family or going solo as a pop star on which show?
  3. The Mosquitoes rocked which classic 1960s show?
  4. This country bear jamboree occurred in the recognizable foyer of which TV show?
  5. We watched this jailhouse rock go down on which show?
  6. This TV Western star was a singer, too, and occasionally played songs on which show?
  7. That's Tennessee Ernie, who came for a visit, disturbing the sleep on which sitcom?
  8. Country singer T.J. Watson showed up as a spurned love and crooner on which 1970s show?
  9. The "Rock-a-billy Kid" showed up in search of a song that eerily revealed his fate on which classic show?
  10. Loudon Wainwright III made his TV debut, strumming his guitar in three episodes of this show:

Can you guess the TV shows that featured these guitars?

Your Result...

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Kenson 16 months ago
10/10 wasn't it Chad and Jeremy that also had their voices stolen in Batman?
ETristanBooth 17 months ago
10/10. They left out Chad & Jeremy on The Dick Van Dyke Show (and Jeremy on My Three Sons).
thedude1500 17 months ago
The Hoyt Axton episode on WKRP was a hoot. While the plot was kind of convoluted, it was saved a rousing rendition of "Della and the Dealer"
ErinWard 17 months ago
Got 10/10. Although I guessed on #9. Never watched the Twilight Zone hardly at all.
Geronimo 17 months ago
You have to look at the background........................10/10
UTZAAKE 17 months ago
9/10. Foiled by #4.
8. T.J. Watson was played by Hoyt Axton who also got to perform "Della and the Dealer," his big national hit at the time.
MrBill 17 months ago
10/10; easy one for me - I either knew it or saw a good clue in the photo.
EllisClevenger 17 months ago
You got 10 out of 10
You're clearly great at sight reading!
Barry22 17 months ago
10/10, too easy. Wainwright sang 'Dead Skunk' and is the father of Rufus Wainwright.
thedude1500 Barry22 17 months ago
This was his best on MASH:
AndrewHass 17 months ago
I was 9/10 I got question 9 wrong.
rycki1138 17 months ago
10 out of 10
You're clearly great at sight reading!
JeffTanner 17 months ago
You got 10 out of 10--------You're clearly great at sight reading!
LeeHarper 17 months ago

You got 9 out of 10
#1. Just never watched ALF
cperrynaples LeeHarper 17 months ago
Really, I can't imagine Fozzie Bear or Big Bird playing heavy metal...LOL!
UnicornPrincess 17 months ago
10/10! To me, this was too easy. :)
Bret 17 months ago
You got 9 out of 10
Missed #9
anthony 17 months ago
10/10.πŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒ Just seen that Twilght Zone episode for the first time watching πŸ“Ίthis years new years marathonπŸ“Ί,or I would have never got #9.That's Gary Crosby(Bings son).The episode is called "Come wander with me",and it's one of the last episodes of the original TZ.Great way to start off the week.πŸ˜€
Randall anthony 17 months ago
If l remember correctly the Rock-a-Billy Kid went on to be an L.A. cop who always hassled with Officers Reed and Malloy
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