Liverpool will always have the Beatles and the Bunnymen, while Manchester can lay claim to the Stone Roses and Joy Division.

By comparison, Chester has – not surprisingly – found it hard to compete with its two powerhouse neighbours when it comes to producing internationally-acclaimed music acts.

The biggest hit song to emerge from these parts came from a ventriloquist and a green duck called Orville – and that was more than 30 years ago – but that's not to say Chester does not have its own proud history when it comes to rock and pop music.

You just have to dig a little deeper to find it.

This fun quiz celebrates that history, the cool and the not-so-cool. So give it a try and don't forget to share your results on Twitter or Facebook.

See if your friends can beat you to the No1 slot.

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The cottage named 'Nowhere' in Handbridge is said to have inspired John Lennon to write Nowhere Man. Which Beatles album is the song on?
The Chester house sign that was the inspiration for the song Nowhere Man

Gallery: You've done the quiz, now reward yourself with a look at these great pictures of the Rolling Stones playing at Chester's ABC Cinema