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The world lost a talented singer and musician when Freddie Mercury passed away in 1991, but the band Queen plays on. 19 years after the original band members performed for the last time on tour in 1986, the band reemerged with a guest lead singer. The 2005 revival of the band saw their beloved songs back on the stage with Paul Rodgers providing lead vocals. Audiences were hooked, and Queen enjoyed a successful comeback that few bands have matched before or since. In 2011, Adam Lambert stepped into the role of lead vocalist, selling out shows all over the world and bringing the music of Queen back to old and new Queen fans alike.
The 2018 movie Bohemian Rhapsody introduced a new audience to the band Queen, proving once again that their music was timeless, and loved by fans of all ages. Receiving critical acclaim, the movie thrust the band back into the spotlight and soon a new generation of fans was singing along with their songs. After starting the band in 1970, Queen has enjoyed a popularity that has spanned 5 decades and shows no signs of slowing down.
The band has been a trailblazer from the start and has accrued a number of accolades, including holding the honor as the first band, rather than just an individual, to be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2004. Queen was also inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2001, 10 years after Freddie Mercury’s tragic death. The group also received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame as a band in 2002. Their songs have won numerous awards, most notably “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “We Will Rock You,” and “We Are the Champions,” which were inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.
Queen has a long list of hit songs, and every Queen fan has their favorites. The band plays most of their hits at live shows, but fans can count on hearing “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “We Will Rock You,” “We Are the Champions,” “Another One Bites the Dust,” and “Who Wants to Live Forever” among many others.
Queen in Concert
Not much has changed when it comes to the way Queen runs their live stage shows. The band has always brought its A game, and has only gotten better with time. Queen concerts are an exciting experience for fans of all ages, building lasting memories that fans will cherish for years to come. Queen is just as good live as they are in studio recordings; In fact, many would argue that they are even better. There is nothing quite like a Queen concert, which is why many of Queen’s most loyal, long-time fans have seen the band several times since their first tour in 1974. Audiences can expect dazzling light design, powerful vocals, epic guitar solos, and plenty of chances to sing along with numerous hits. Queen has built their brand on connecting with the fans, and they continue to bring their loyal followers a show that is second to none.
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March 9, 2014
'Idol' Lambert Joins Queen on Tour
Queen Tour Dates Concerts Videos Queen Tour Freddie Mercury may be dearly departed, but Queen is still rocking well into this century. Last week, the band announced that American Idol alum (and his season’s runner-up) Adam Lambert would be joining them on a North American tour, acting as their lead singer. This is Queen’s first…