Question of the Week

Song with "Easy" or "Hard" in the Title?
WJON's Question of the Week is asking listeners to name a song with "easy" or "hard" in the title? Answers could include "Take it Easy" or "Hard Days Night". Answer this question between 9:10-10 by calling 320-252-5852, email jay@wjon.com
Song with "Cover", "Face" or "Breath" in the Title?
WJON's Question of the Week is asking listeners to name a song with "cover", "face" or "breath" in the title. With face coverings now mandatory in the state in indoor public places and outdoors when social distancing isn't possible we are wearing masks more o…
Song with "Touch", "Kiss" or "Hug" in the Title?
WJON's Question of the Week is taking some of you out of your comfort zone this week. Can you name a song with "touch", "kiss" or "hug" in the title? This is not creepy. Let me know what song comes to mind for you between 9:10-10 this morning by calling 320-252-…
Song That Reminds You of Dad?
WJON's Question of the Week is asking you to name a song that reminds you of your father? We are just a few days after father's day and many spend some time last weekend with Dad.
Song from an African American Artist?
WJON's Question of the Week is asking listeners to name a favorite song from an African American singer. This could be anything from Prince, Michael Jackson, Ray Charles, or James Brown just to name a few. Answer this question between 9:10-10 this morning by calling 320-252-5852, email jay@wjon.com
Song About Protest or Reaction to Crisis?
WJON's Question of the Week is asking listeners to name a song about protest or a reaction to a crisis. Examples include "Get Up Stand Up" by Bob Marley, or "Eve of Destruction" from Barry McGuire. Answer this question between 9:10-10 this morning by calling 320-252-5852, …
Song That Reminds You of Mom or Fishing?
WJON's Question of the Week is asking listeners to name a song that reminds them of their mom or fishing. With the Fishing opener Saturday and Mother's Day Sunday we look to salute anglers and mothers. Answer this question between 9:10-10 this morning by calling 320-252-5852, email jay@wjon.com

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