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Donna Standridge wrote:
I saw my heroes in August 1982 in Dallas, TX at Reunion Arena, with Billy Squier opening. I was 16, and it was my first concert. We had fantastic seats level with the stage. Got great pics and even greater memories. The most fondest of memories was Freddie making eye contact with me as he was singing, and smiling at me.
Date: 31.03.2011 12:31:32

Jonathan Griffiths wrote:
We saw Queen twice in 1984 at the B'ham NEC on the first two nights, we would of gone and seen them on the 3rd night as well but we couldn't afford it - we were all earning a pittance at the time. But i can't remember how it came about but suddenly myself and my mate Andy talked our parents into lending us the money to go and see Queen in Belgium 21:09:84 on a coach trip, it was a fantastic experience, one thing that really stands out was when they played Sheer Heart Attack my mate Andy was pulled to the front by these Skinheads and they were all headbanging!!!! In fact i remember Freddie saying to us before Hammer to fall: ' You like it heavy over here, i can tell and use that' !!!!
Date: 31.03.2011 12:03:00

David wrote:
I saw Queen in concert in Ft. Wayne ,Ind. 1976. They were on a round stage in the middle of War Memorial Colosseum. Such a wonderful memory for a 17 yr. old. Wish there were videos!!
Date: 31.03.2011 03:02:09

ken wrote:
incredible site! really really great work there. there are shows that i know i saw, that aren't on here, but it really doesn't matter because i don't know the exact dates. thank you so much for the memories
Date: 08.03.2011 00:34:05

Darren Toledo wrote:
Really nice site you have here.
Date: 06.03.2011 13:03:25

Tim wrote:
Great site.

Date: 04.03.2011 11:53:18

emie wrote:
I'm french. I don't speak english very well !
your collection and site web are very interesting . I love photos and comment about queen . It's very fun and cool ! congratulation for your work.
freddie was a fantastic artist. I love herwork and style, music , all queen. Same when he starded out. Her success is largely due to great talent. he was merely a genius !!!
Date: 03.02.2011 12:37:23

Chris wrote:
Wonderful, best site of Queen which I ever saw. A beautiful trip into my youth - I saw Queen three times in Vienna - with Freddie Mercury.
Greetings from Vienna
Date: 12.01.2011 13:04:27

Eva wrote:
Long live Freddie Mercury. He is the greatest performing artist ever to have walked the face of the earth.
Date: 02.01.2011 02:24:37

Eva the diva wrote:
I luv queen. Music never dies. And Queen will always remain my favorite classical rock band. I know every song word for word. And I luv Freddie. Rock on!!
Date: 29.12.2010 23:51:42

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