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Neil Young and Crazy Horse- Inca Queen 11-86- San Francisco

There is a very good reason why no one in the sold-out Cow Palace audience in November 1986 clapped in recognition to the first beginning notes of “Inca Queen” performed by hometown heroes Neil Young and Crazy Horse: it had not been released yet, and would not be until it appeared on Life  the following […]

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Queen- News of the World 40th Anniversary- Brian May 11-27

In November 1977, Queen boldly musically declared “We  Will Rock You” and “We Are the Champions”, and they did, they were, and amazingly they continue to be, deep into 2017 forty years on. Brian May and Roger Taylor return In the Studio for the details behind those iconic songs plus “Spread Your Wings”,”Get Down, Make […]

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Queen’s Dr. Brian May,PhD Has Orbited Sun 70 Times

In the last ten years or so three highly improbable goals have been achieved by Queen songwriter/guitarist Brian May. First off, he became Dr. Brian May, PhD in Astrophysics. “It was the hardest thing I’ve ever done. Several times I thought, ‘ I just can’t do this. My mind can’t handle it.’ But several supportive […]

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Queen-A Night at the Opera-Brian May,Roger Taylor

Life’s big breaks don’t come with an engraved invitation, but Queen‘s big star-making effort A Night at the Opera did, right there on the cover. But it is a miracle they ever got the chance. Already one album past their initial three-album deal with their record company, the London four-piece had a only a couple […]

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Queensryche- Best I Can- Hammersmith Odeon London 11-15-90

Twenty-five years ago this week Queensryche planted the flag of American rock in the heart of the British Empire, London’s venerable Hammersmith Odeon theater, while debuting their new album then, Empire, which would go on to dominate the sales chart the following year of 1991 and culminate with the Seattle-Tacoma band conquering the Grammy Awards. […]

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Queensryche- Empire 25th Anniversary

Watching the February 1992 internationally-televised Grammy Awards, there was Queensryche performing the most unlikely Top Ten Billboard hit and Grammy-nominated Rock Song of the Year “Silent Lucidity”, live with a symphony orchestra conducted by the late Michael Kamen, telecast worldwide to hundreds of millions. I couldn’t help but note how far they had come – […]