The Pop 'N Rocker Game is a syndicated weekly game show from Ron Greenberg Productions and Alan Landsburg Productions, premiering on September 17, 1983, and running for a full year. It combined musical trivia with in-studio performances; two bands were featured on each episode.
Jon Bauman, better known as Bowzer from the band Sha Na Na, hosted without the Bowzer persona. This was the first of two game shows that he hosted; the second, Match Game-Hollywood Squares Hour, would premiere just a few weeks after The Pop 'N Rocker Game. Future Saturday Night Live alumnus and comic Phil Hartman and radio D.J. M.G. Kelly served as announcers.