Queen have enjoyed one of the more prolific and entertaining careers in music and fairly soon fans will be able to enjoy a new multi-touch electronic edition of the band's '40 Years of Queen' book that provides fans extra media components.
Queen's Roger Taylor has seen his musical vision come to life and next year North American audiences will get more of the Queen Extravaganza. Dates have been revealed for 2013, with touring set to launch Jan. 11 in Tarrytown, N.Y. and continuing through the end of the band's Quebec City residency on Sept. 1.
While the Olympians fight it out to win their gold, silver and bronze, the entertainment world is placing bets on what world famous artists might be featured in the closing ceremony on Sunday (Aug. 12).
During a promotional video for Korg keyboards, Queen keyboardist Spike Edney may have revealed more than he intended. Now speculation is running wild that the band will tour the world with Adam Lambert as their singer in 2013.
This summer Queen will re-package their two greatest video hits releases into one box set. The two-disc package called ‘Greatest Video Hits’ will be available on Aug. 28, featuring 33 promo videos from the ’70s and ’80s, as well as new commentary from Brian May and Roger Taylor.
While it’s likely that Queen’s Freddie Mercury wasn’t drawing inspiration from salty snacks when he wrote ‘Crazy Little Thing Called Love’ back in 1979, the song from the band’s 1980 release ‘The Game’ has recently been tapped by Lays potato chips for their latest television spot.
Roger Taylor’s vision has come to life as the ‘Queen Extravaganza’ opened Thursday night (May 31) at Detroit’s Fox Theater. The drummer set out last year to put together a production of musicians that could pull off the Queen catalog with the idea that it would keep the aging band’s legacy alive for future generations.
Like many other classic rock songs before and after it, Queen‘s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ will never die. Hot on the heels of being performed on ‘American Idol’ last night, the song is treated to a car ride sing-a-long by three adorable kids.
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