QUEEN Recreates Legendary Live Aid Performance With ADAM LAMBERT
Queen and Adam Lambert tore the house down in Australia and took fans back to the band's legendary "Live Aid" set from 1985.
The rock icons delivered a banging performance during the Fire Fight Australia benefit concert and recreated their 22-minute Live Aid performance – something Queen hasn't done in 35 years!
For First Time In Its History, Queen, Fronted By Singer @adamlambert will perform the Band’s Iconic 1985 Live Aid Set tonight for #FireFightAustralia!👑 Queen will perform the original 22 minute Live Aid set widely regarded as one of the greatest live performances of all time! pic.twitter.com/BTBssIqshk— Queen (@QueenWillRock) February 16, 2020
Of course, a lot of you are aware that their Wembley Stadium set with the late Freddie Mercury (featuring the hits "Bohemian Rhapsody", "Radio Ga Ga", "Hammer To Fall", "Crazy Little Thing Called Love", "We Will Rock You" and "We Are The Champions") is widely regarded as one of the best live music performances of all time. Nearly four decades after the history-making performance, they still managed to pull it off much to the astonishment of their Australian fans. Check out some of their performances here:
Last week, guitarist Brian May got involved in a heated altercation with an Australian reporter after he refused to stop filming the band's arrival in the country.