‘Crazy Little Thing Called Love’ and ‘We Will Rock You’ have both been aired 7 million times since their original release.
Fans can be an integral part of their ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’ video from ‘Live Around The World.’
It's the band's tenth chart-topping album in the UK, and first since 'Made In Heaven' in November 1995.
A new video short, released alongside the new concert LP ‘Live Around The World,’ gives fans a backstage look at the band.
“I have always looked at this as a great opportunity to celebrate Queen’s catalog first and foremost.”
Hosted by BBC Radio presenter Matt Everitt, the trio sat down for a live-streamed Q&A about the new live album, their favorite performances, and the band’s enduring legacy.
The new live album presents concert highlights captured the world over personally selected by Roger Taylor, Brian May and Adam Lambert.
This dynamic rendition of the song comes from the band’s appearance at Japan’s Summer Sonic Festival.
In celebration of Freddie Mercury’s 74th birthday, fans can bid on unique items to raise funds in the worldwide fight against HIV/AIDS.
The band's first live collection in this iteration, 'Live Around The World' is due for release on October 2.
The new record's twenty tracks featured include firm Queen fan favorites and rarely-performed tracks.
The highly influential British rock band are recognized as early pioneers of the music video, employing grand theatrics and narrative arcs. But which one is the best?
Proceeds will again go to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization.
Roger Taylor's boisterous main body of the song was preceded by a glorious acappella section from a different concept of Freddie Mercury's.
Britain’s Royal Mail will commemorate the legendary rock band’s 50th anniversary with 13 postage stamps.