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The Freddie and QUEEN Experience

£15 advance £18 doors + Booking Fee

All Standing

Friday

Nov 08

20:00

Along with the many fans who mourn the loss of Freddie Mercury, Freddie & The Queen Experience, aim to celebrate the wealth of talent that came together in Queen by recreating, with breathtaking accuracy, the style and excitement of a LIVE Queen concert, which sadly, will never again be seen.

 

A Brief History . . .

Having played together for more years than they care to remember; and realising that the Queen songs that they performed received rapturous approval, as opposed to the songs of other artistes, B-fifteen, as they were then known, decided to embark on a monumental task – To recreate the best, most talented rock band EVER.

 

Are They Serious?

You bet your life they’re serious. Being staunch Queen fans themselves, the last thing Freddie & The Queen Experience want to do is alienate Queen fans, either by name or performance.

 

By aiming to replicate a live Queen performance, with all its charm and charisma; and where possible, adding the studio harmonies, QEII aim to please and impress as many people as possible.

 

In The Beginning . . .

In 1993 Freddie & The Queen Experience formed to pay tribute to the World’s No.1 band. The arduous task of co-ordinating lighting, image, clothes, make-up, (Yes, make-up! If Freddie & The Queen Experience do a job, the job is done professionally throughout!), mannerisms and not least, by any means, the harmonies and music of the greatest band in the world. The Stoke-based band rehearsed behind closed doors for twelve months to perfect the show – The 1986 Magic Tour.

 

Freddie & The Queen Experience are now critically acclaimed as The UK’s top Tribute to Freddie Mercury & Queen

 

The rest, as they say, is history.

Venue

Cheese & Grain, Market Yard, Justice Lane, Frome, Somerset, BA11 1BE

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