Queen’s Live Aid performance has not only gone down in history as the day’s show-stopping event, but one of the greatest live concerts of all time.
As the Queen biopic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ proved, the best music biopics can have a cultural impact that goes far beyond devoted fans. Here are 30 must-sees.
The legendary band outsold The Beatles, David Bowie, Pink Floyd and Fleetwood Mac on wax last year.
In a poll of 20,000 listeners, the legendary song beat off strong challenges by Oasis, The Stone Roses, David Bowie and more.
All tickets already purchased will be valid for the rescheduled dates.
The band say, "Between staying safe and looking out for loved ones, we are sure you will need something uplifting to raise your spirits."
The band performed in full its original 22 minute, 6-song Live Aid set including the legendary 'Bohemian Rhapsody'.
As a solo artist beyond Queen he released two highly regarded solo discs: the tongue-in-cheek but accurately titled Mr. Bad Guy and the full-blown Barcelona.
Queen's Brian May said: "We’re very happy to be able to do our bit to help Australia to fight back against the terrible fires."
The newly-announced shows are the final dates to be added to the 'Rhapsody' tour and the last opportunity to see the band perform in the UK in 2020.
The widely-renowned composer is celebrated for his scores for films such as 'Gladiator', 'The Da Vinci Code' and the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' series.
The Scottish star's signature ballad ‘Someone You Loved’ alone racked up 228 million streams.
Queen’s A Night At The Opera Tour included an invite to A Night At The Odeon. Take a seat in the royal box and relive the glory.
The classic festive song first spent six weeks in the UK charts over the Christmas/New Year period 1984/1985 and remains a fan favourite.
The rock legends and the comedy duo may currently be locked in the battle of the biopics, but Queen once battled Laurel And Hardy on the singles charts…