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I was one of about 6 people who saw the Hornsey Town gig on 19th February 1971. It was my first ever gig, and as 'The Queen' (as they were billed) were bottom of the bill, they were the first band I ever saw live. They were supporting the Pretty Things and The Pink Fairies, and I was one one the few people who had turned up early enough to see them. Little did I know I was seeing history in the making, and there were loads of fliers & posters around the hall which I am now kicking myself for not picking up. I have often wondered whether 'The Queen' were 'Queen', and it was really great to have that confirmed by this website. I remember enjoying the set, and I'd like to imagine that I saw the star quality immediately, but to be honest what I remember most clearly about that night was how great the 'Parachute'-era Pretty Things were. (And I missed the Pink Fairies altogether as I had to get the last bus!). My wife has seen Queen at Wembley, so we've seen both ends of the spectrum 6 to 70.000!Date: 24.04.2010 23:42:53
Queen Rocks!!!! i am doing a project on Freddie Mercury, do you know any cool facts about him??????Date: 21.04.2010 16:16:44
Hello QueenDate: 20.04.2010 00:15:13
People from Portugal need to see concerts of your band
please make a single concert
and it will be the best concert ever
GO TO PORTUGAL QUEEN
Dear members of Queen,Date: 10.04.2010 12:37:03
I am 13 years old and I live in Hong Kong. But I don't see any tour that you guys had were in Asia. I hope you guys will vist Asia in some time.
Me and my mum love to listen to you guys music very much! Our favirote song of all is "Say it's not ture". I will be very greetful if you send me back an e-mail. Thank you very much!
I wish you all heath and happiness! Once again thank you.
Freddie was a true man and long may he reign.But Roger and Brian can still go on and tour the world as they have been doing so in the past. LONG LIVE "QUEEN"Date: 22.02.2010 00:58:55
Just so you know. The 3/30/76 show in St. Paul included Kansas as an unbilled warm-up band. Also, the venue is the St. Paul Civic Center Theatre (The Civic Center had three halls: Arena (about 15,000), Auditorium (about 8,000), and Theatre (about 3,000).Date: 19.02.2010 18:29:25
Thanks and good luck!
Very happy to have found you! Long live Freddy!Date: 29.01.2010 19:36:42
freddie mercury is my idol. this site is greatDate: 21.01.2010 13:34:54
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hiDate: 16.01.2010 00:31:03