2011/11/07

Freddie Mercury will resurrect to "Queen" in 2012

http://www.rockmusic.org/queen/presentacion/logo_queen.gifShortly after the 20th anniversary of the disappearance of one of the most charismatic characters of the Rock of the twentieth century and one of the most prodigious voice, Freddie Mercury, which was shut down because of the AIDS disease November 24, 1991; out to light one of the most awaited news for all those fans of the British rock band and can do of year 2012 one of the best years musically.
 


No wonder. Bryan May, guitarist and founding component of the group, said that along with drummer Roger Taylor are reviewing the file recording to be able to create, develop and realize a new musical work, and this time with Freddie Mercury was the head as well in the 20 years they were together in the music scene. In the words of May: "The songs are there, it's just a matter of finding the time to have the correct production.".

The last album of Queen was in 1991 entitled "Innuendo" gave way to a more philosophical than usual and was the first words of the epitaph that song after song was indicating, indirectly and as its title indicates "implying" the end of the life of Mercury. With "The show must go on" and a video clip that went over some of his best music video of his story he gave final shelved 20-year history of the British rock band, but in 1995 came the album "Made in Heaven" tribute the singer and had their participation in some of the songs recorded in the last days of his life.

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-CzeuhvmEpaw/TqrALy0MBEI/AAAAAAAABqc/vrsiTELD0hY/s400/queen1.jpgWith the intention of returning to the stage Queen met again this time without bassist John Deacon as he retired in the late 90's and with a new singer Paul Rodgers British fellow though he was not to replace Freddie Mercury but that, in his words, was his presentation and collaboration that lasted until the year 2009. The band was not completely homogeneous as this "presentation" call ended "Queen + Paul Rodgers".
But is not the end all and that the flame of Queen is still alive for a long time and as part of this year's celebration of 40 anniversary of the band, drummer Roger Taylor has embarked on the U.S. talent search for give them the opportunity to star in Queen Extravaganza Tour Live. This has organized a contest for those who believe they have the artistic talent, musical and performing the band and can assist and Bryan May play in "Sheer Heart Attack" or sing like Freddie Mercury "Bohemian Rhapsody" can upload their audictions to www.queenextravaganza.com. Here everyone who wants can listen and vote for the people who best represent the essence of Queen. The award is something dreamed up by the vast majority of fans and the possibility that at least one part of a band that will take you to the Queen Extravaganza Tour across the United States.

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