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A group of Australian golfing buddies have taken on British super group Queen's most iconic hit, Bohemian Rhapsody, in a seven-minute parody littered with sporting references .
There have been plenty of cover bands through the years that have tried to duplicate an original band, and in a lot of cases, the quality just isn't the same.
Due to overwhelming demand, an East Rutherford, NJ show has been added to the Queen Adam Lambert summer tour.
"QUEEN -- IT'S A KINDA MAGIC!" When: ; 520-7469, ticketswest.com His former assistant, who was originally hired to take care of the band's costumes, holds on to the memories, using them to help polish the touring show "Queen -- It's a Kinda Magic!" which stops at the Pikes Peak Center on Wednesday.
You see them cavorting in their ridiculous costumes, making references upon corny reference to snippets of songs from the long distant and recent past .
The event will be July 26 at Man o' War Harley Davidson at 2073 Bryan Road as a fundraiser for the Progeria Research Foundation.
In this hilarious Queen cover, YouTube user Ryan Mitchell combined a variety of screams from different horror flicks to the tune of 'Another One Bites the Dust.'
Adam Lambert is the latest in a line of Freddie Mercury fill-ins to front Queen in the last couple decades.
The songs in the jukebox musical "We Will Rock You" now playing at the Ahmanson certainly rock, but unless you're really rolling in cash, you might want to pass.
Queen with Adam Lambert, Chicago. Veterans Roger Taylor and Brian May were their usual solid selves, but the game changer was "American Idol" alum Lambert, 32, whose powerful voice and confident stage presence were unquestionably the best match for Queen's powerhouse music since the 1991 death of Freddie Mercury.
The memory of the late Freddie Mercury is alive in this summer's Queen + Adam Lambert 24-city North American tour.
Thanks to the Internet, and the charitable work of YouTuber Ryan Mitchell, a cover of Queen's "Another One Bites the Dust" now exists, created using nothing but screams from beloved blockbusters.
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