All about this Live Queen tribute band – Having played together for more years than they can remember, this stunning Lancashire based group decided to embark on a monumental task: to recreate the best, most talented rock band EVER. And so began the journey of the outstandingly talented Live Queen Tribute Band
Being staunch fans themselves these five remarkable guys have carefully styled themselves both in image, vocals and as musicians to replicate the rock band that has dominated for over 40 years.
This totally Live Queen Tribute Band has now been performing together since their formation in 1993. They are complete perfectionists in their desire to pay true homage to their heroes and their dedication is clear in this outstanding tribute. Combining powerful vocals and instrumental wizardry, the phenomenal performances of this band have become critically acclaimed! Now considered to be the UK’s leading tribute to Queen, this is a show as close as you will get to the rock legends themselves.
Interesting facts about Queen and Freddie Mercury:
People often think that rock stars dedicate their whole life to music and hence are not much good in any other studies. Other than Freddie Mercury, every other band member has a post graduate degree.
When Freddie Mercury was born, he was named Farrokh Bulsara as he belonged to an Indian family from Gujarat. He adopted the name Freddie Mercury. Strangely his name in his passport is Fredrick Mercury.
Freddie Mercury designed the famous emblem of ‘Queen’ himself. His degree in art and graphic helped him to design this beautiful emblem. Even though he had claimed that he does not believe in anything related to astrology, yet his emblem consists of a Western star sign of the four members of the band.
Brian May had claimed that the main inspiration behind the song “I want it all” was his wife Anita Dobson. He got the idea when his wife said I want it all and I want it now!
In the early days of Queen’s show, the microphone stand of Freddie Mercury broke. But instead of finding a new stand, he held the stub of the stand containing the microphone and kept singing.
John Deacon is actually a trained electronics engineer. Most of the equipment that the band uses is built by John Deacon himself.
Quite contrary to the lyrics of the song “Bicycle Race”, Freddie Mercury didn’t like riding bicycles.
“Crazy Little Thing Called Love” was composed in a bath.