A sneak peak of what their 2018 Aussie tour could look like.
Don’t stop them now!
Follow the band’s career in this special edition game.
is this the real life?
The International Astronomical Union has honoured the Queen legend for his 70th birthday.
*literally squeals with joy*
Garth would be proud.
Borat’s got mud on his face.
Cohen’s interpretation of Mercury’s “extreme lifestyle” was apparently too extreme for Queen
Did they do it justice?
Gonna need some shades for all this shade.
Music’s power to help us drown out our sorrows is well documented, but so is its ability to make us feel fan-frickin-tastic. So to figure out how music picks us up, a cognitive neuroscientist has determined which popular songs have the most fun-loving musical formulas. Literally. As the Daily Mail reports, Dr Jacob Jolij from
If legendary Queen frontman Freddie Mercury was still among us, he would have been celebrating his 69th birthday this week. Sadly, he couldn’t be here to mark the occasion, so Foo Fighters did it for him. During their first make-up gig in the UK following Dave Grohl’s broken leg, the Fooies brought out the big
The world may have been without Queen frontman Freddie Mercury since November 1991, but thanks to the wonders of the internet, some genius has used footage of Freddie to show us how he might have reacted to Kanye West‘s recent cover of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody. Yeezy’s headline set at Glastonbury over the weekend included a
Kanye West has used his headlining set at Glastonbury to once again to declare himself “the greatest living rock star on the planet” and, perhaps to drive the point home, he also chose to tackle one of the greatest rock songs of all time. It could be that Yeezy himself was feeling a little bit
Yep, English rockers Queen have announced their very own beer, called Queen Bohemian Lager. The new brew, which is named after the 1975 Queen classic Bohemian Rhapsody, has been released into the wild to mark the song’s 40-year anniversary. As NME reports, Queen Bohemian Lager is being brewed in the Czech Republic, and the bottle
A new trailer for Queen‘s upcoming love song compilation, Queen Forever, has been released. The trailer features samples of the three previously unreleased tracks set for the album, including the Freddie Mercury/Michael Jackson duet There Must Be More to Life Than This, which was previewed last month. In addition to the long-awaited completed version of
Queen will finally unveil There Must Be More to Life Than This, a duet between frontman Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson, 33 years after the band first began working on the track. The much coveted tune will make its first appearance on the upcoming Queen Forever compilation, out Stateside this November. There Must Be More
For those lucky enough to catch Panic! At The Disco on their recent Gospel Tour, one of the highlights of the experience was no doubt watching the Las Vegas favourites perform their cover of the classic Queen cut Bohemian Rhapsody. But was it as good as Ball Park Music‘s rendition at Splendour In The Grass?
After promising they would play “until they tell us to shut the fuck up,” the Foo Fighters concluded their headlining set at the recent Firefly Music Festival in Dover, Delaware with a series of bar band staples. The Foos performed covers ranging from hard rock classics to ’70s Rolling Stones hits. As Rolling Stone reports,