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thank you for playing in holland, i'll probilly had the the most bad place in ahoy i still enjoyd the concert and i showed my daughter of 20 years what it means to me what a concert of queen will do with me. for the first time she understood what's si to be a queen fan for so many years. the performance was great and i enjoyed every minute of it with her this was the 43 time that i saw a concert of queen and we really had a very good evening together she now knows what it is to be a fan of queen, she grew up with the music but never understand to be in in a concert because of her age, so you have a new fan. thank you really very much and i hope to see you againDate: 10.10.2008 00:31:15
Thank you so much for the trip back in time! My first rock concert was Queen at the Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, Las Vegas on December 15, 1977. I was 13 yrs. old.Date: 09.10.2008 01:15:08
God Bless, Ron Z
brilliant site,i really enjoyed looking at the concertography.i found the queen gigs from the 70,s i attended and it brought back some great memories looking at the set lists.going to see queen next friday at nottingham arena,i,m counting down the hours i can,t wait.Date: 04.10.2008 00:42:15
Amazing site! I especially love the Queen fan stories (Tracy Chevalier's story in particular garnered a few chuckles out of me). I am 24; was only 7 when he passed away. In 1996, my mom started listening to an album called 'The Miracle.' The cover scared me to death, so much that I was afraid to even touch it! Now it's my favorite Queen album, with my favorite Queen song being 'Was It All Worth It.' I would have given anything to have been around, seeing Freddie at the helm of this magnificent band when performing live!!! Their albums and videos will have to sustain me (for now). Long live Queen, and Freddie...my guardian angel!Date: 02.10.2008 06:51:35
If anyone dares to know I am a 100% Queen Luver. I luv this band. Freddie died when I was 5 years old. But in my heart hes alive playing on stage. IM 21. Ha ha. Okkkkk. Point was such a delightful person. By the way he made his music. As far as I am concered.Date: 20.09.2008 05:15:32
Please tell me that Queen is coming to the U.S. too?!Date: 16.09.2008 22:47:52
Wow! Really cool page I'm from South America, Chile it was good to see the concert in Santiago de Chile on Nov 19. I'm so looking forward to see Queen here it's like a dream!!!!!!!Date: 11.09.2008 03:35:43
Freddie will be missed and remembered but still seeing Brian and Roger is good enough for me this time
OK, cheers and keep up with the good work!
Love Freddie so much. I wish I could have seen him in concert. I am only 13 years old. I wish I could have met him. Everyone who knew him, was very fortunate to have him in their lives. I know in my heart, Freddie is happy now, with no worries, no concerns, no hard life, just singing to God in Heaven! Loyal to you always.Date: 07.09.2008 09:09:18
Amazing site - saw queen 5 times - first time at Hammersmith Odeon xmas 1979, Works tour , Milton keynes, Wembley Stadium. I have just realised how close I lived to Freddie for more than 5 years in Penywern Road, Earls Court and I didn't even realise back in the 80's wow!!Date: 06.09.2008 22:33:06
Hi Queen fans & collectorsDate: 02.09.2008 16:43:56
I've been a queen fan & collector since 1973 , my collection is not a patch on some of yours .
Due to ill health i am having to sell up , if anyone can help as to the best way of selling and advertising the contents of my collection please contact me at email@example.com ,
I would rather sell to real collector than just putting them on ebay .