His hits included "Open the Door, Richard," "April in Paris," "One O’Clock Jump," and "Jumpin’ at the Woodside." He died in 1984. A: William ‘Count Basie.
How many bees does it take working their entire lifetime to make a tablespoon of honey? A: 12
On Aug. 21, 1935 who introduced a new "big-band" jazz style, at the Palomar Ballroom in Los Angeles and was hailed as "The King of Swing?" A: Benny Goodman
In the movie "Ferris Bueller’s Day Off," what city did Matthew Broderick and his friends go for a fun-filled day in downtown? A: Chicago
Fun Fact: The average person is about one-fourth of an inch taller at night.