It was reported around these parts late last month that Island would be reissuing the last five albums released by influential rockers Queen. The reissuing project is designed to mark 40 years since the band formed and 20 years since the death of flamboyant frontman Freddie Mercury, who passed away in 1991. The album’s release
English rock legends Queen will release reissues of their last five albums as apart of their 40 year anniversary celebrations. The albums will be released on the 5th of September, the date that would have been Freddie Mercury’s 65th birthday.
Rumour has it Queen will make an appearance at our Sydney Harbour New Year’s Eve show. The band will play the show with a revolving roster of frontmen, including George Michael. Triple M’s music reporter Nui Te Koha, who previously reported a rumour about Foo Fighters playing an Australian Tour later this year, spoke to
In a post on the Queen website, guitarist Bryan May has said that the biopic on the band’s legendary singer Freddie Mercury will start shooting this year and that Ali G and Borat creator Sacha Baron Cohen is looking to be playing him. “Work is now fully under way for the much-vaunted feature film on