I listen to all sorts of music and always have. My cash was never "ring-fenced" for Queen, so there isn't now more available for other artists.
I like listening to Beethoven, Motorhead, Nina Simone and Eminem, among a couple of thousand others
I am also a Muse fan and have seen them a few times live, great band.
I managed to blag my way into their VIP viewing area at Earls Court in 2004, something I would never considered trying at a Queen gig!
I very nearly ended up in the Mosh Pit at their Wembley Stadium gig in 2007, but my Wife threatened me with divorce if I indulged.
As you get older, you get bolder (in my case anyway).
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Anyone who was alive during the reign of Queen is well aware of who Mercury was and the sound of his music. ... It was Mercury who convinced the group to change their name to Queen. The following year, they recruited John Deacon to play bass and began recording their first album, the self-titled Queen, released in 1973. link link
Queen + Adam Lambert perform as the group kicks off its 10-date limited engagement, "The Crown Jewels," at Park Theater at Park MGM on Sept. 1, 2018 in Las Vegas. Four years since releasing The Original High, Adam Lambert is ready to release new music in the form of his upcoming album, Velvet. share it
The band's former bass player has long since retired from the limelight. While guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor continued to record and tour following Mercury's death in 1991, Deacon called it quits long ago. ... After auditioning a number of bass players, Queen chose Deacon in part because of his demeanor. installvidmate.com