Day 6

Riffed from the Headlines 06/08/2013

Riffed from the Headlines is our weekly music-meets-the-news quiz. Can you guess the story that connects the three riffs? Listen below. Email us at daysix @ cbc dot ca with your answer. Don't forget to include your mailing address, and put "Riffed From The Headlines" in the subject line. One random winner scores a Day 6 tote bag. To find...

Riffed from the Headlines is our weekly music-meets-the-news quiz. Can you guess the story that connects the three riffs? Listen below. Email us at daysix @ cbc dot ca with your answer. Don't forget to include your mailing address, and put "Riffed From The Headlines" in the subject line. One random winner scores a Day 6 tote bag.

To find out last week's winner, follow the "Read More" link.
Last week's riffed connected three songs to the ongoing allegations of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine in a cellphone video. The songs were, Shinehead's "Gimme No Crack", Shaggy with "It Wasn't Me" and "It's Not True" by The Who. Congrats to Shona Campden from Bowen Island BC. She scores the Day 6 tote bag.

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