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Pierre Six wrote:
I saw Q on stage, probably early eighties, in Forest National, Brussels.
I remember there was a huge crown above the stage, suspended by cables, and when the band started the concert, one of the cables broke and the crown fell down partially. The band ran away, lights went on and the thing was fixed, after which the show resumed. Do you have any idea which tour this may have been ?

Date: 18.07.2015 10:18:37

Diana A wrote:
this website is very useful, especially if your doing a fan account on twitter. if you guys can please follow twitter.com/1970sQUEEN we're a new account and it will be nice if you guys followed :-) btw, I will be using this information on twitter, but I will give you credit
Date: 22.06.2015 05:56:30

Carol Bently wrote:
I'll say this website must be read by others. For instance, students that make a research on something like this. It's a big help for them. Thanks.
Date: 16.05.2015 07:45:43

Cameron wrote:
Greetings from Canada!

I am a younger fan of Queen, and I have been obsessing over Queen for well over two years now. Since I am a younger fan, I don't have much of a collection, and where I live there is no record store or anything, and I can't use Ebay. But I have managed to find Freddie Mercury: The Great Pretender, Queen Rock Montreal (DVD), and Queen II (Queen 40). Hopefully I will be able to expand on my collection more as I grow older, and have a chance to see Queen live in my lifetime.

Best wishes and a happy Easter,

Date: 05.04.2015 19:20:04

Stephanie wrote:
Hello to England

I have been more than 40 years a huge big QUEEN fan. I would very much like an autograph card of QUEEN. Do you have another? Can you tell me please, please, please leave a message? I've written several times to John, Brian and Roger. But unfortunately I knew the addresses do not, so I have only written the respective names and London. But these letters have all come back again. Also, I have already written three times Mary Austin, with a request to forward the enclosed letter to John, Roger and Brian. But unfortunately do not have any mail from London now. Also, I was already in London at the home of Freddie and in Montreux at the statue and the museum. I'd be really very grateful if I can send you my address. Please enter but if I can send you my address in the next email me via e-mail communication.
I send you the very best regards from Switzerland and am looking forward to a response from you.

Date: 24.03.2015 13:18:09

Cindy wrote:
Saw Queen&Adam Lambert at the Perth Arena Western Australia last august the place was packed to the rafters they were brilliant ,Adam is very talented and the moving tribute to the late,great 'Freddie' was very touching you can see the guys miss him still heaps but are heading on into the future with Adam while still keeping a little of the past alive in their shows.
Wish they would come back again to the West!!
Date: 20.01.2015 07:55:08

Nick wrote:
I was at the Free Trade Hall, Manchester in 1975 - what a night :)
Date: 13.12.2014 00:01:32

Sherry wrote:
Very cool website. Queen with Billy Squire Sept 1982 Vancouver.
By far ..even after all these years .
The best concert I've ever been to .

Question : what is that ticket stub worth ?
Date: 26.11.2014 03:06:04

Joe Ward wrote:
Sorry... Maybe I'll get it right this time. Looked at the wrong calendar. The promotional event for "A Night at the Opera" in NYC was on Saturday, 2/7/76, not on 2/8/76. The shows were Thursday, 2/5 - Sunday, 2/8.
Date: 24.11.2014 21:58:11

Joe Ward wrote:
In my prior message I stated the event for "A Night at the Opera" in NYC was on Saturday, 2/8/75, it was 2/8/76.
Date: 24.11.2014 21:50:12

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