Originally released in 1984 as a Giorgio Moroder-produced synth-pop solo single from Freddie Mercury, this version is closer to the classic Queen sound.
A day after news of their Killer Queen vodka broke, Queen have announced a string of other non-liquor releases this year.
There is now a spirit to let you honor the late Queen frontman’s, well, spirit.
You have GOT to see this live cover performance of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Panic! At the Disco. This is from their official YouTube account on Sept 15th. Video by Jon Hoeg
It’s a full-on diva/divo throwdown when Lambert and Gaga tackle the classic made famous by the late Freddie Mercury.
Orbit, who previously worked with Madonna on her 1998 album Ray Of Light and 2012’s MDNA, took to Twitter yesterday to announce he is “definitely working with QUEEN. Amazing songs. That’s all I’m sayin 4 now. Watch this space.”
Music, especially punk and metal music, have used Satanic and Nazi imagery to shock fans for years, but for an ‘Indonesian Idol’ judge, it might not have went as planned.
Turns out releases from Michael Jackson and Johnny Cash may not be the only albums getting the old-is-now-new treatment in the coming months.
The moment is here ladies and gentlemen- Queen is going on TOUR! I know that you cannot replace Freddie Mercury, but those guys have such a huge catalog of songs and you can sing them […]
It’s finally happened, Queen is bringing Adam Lambert on tour with them.