“Queen: The Story Begins – Keep Yourself Alive” premiered on Friday and is the first of its episodes to air until March 2022 to celebrate 50 years.
Quinn published the first chapter ofBald eagles“, A documentary that they celebrate and remember 50 unforgettable moments in their musical lives.
* You can read: Roger Taylor remembers when George Michael called to replace Freddie Mercury.
Episode titled “Queen: The story begins – keep yourself aliveIt premiered on Friday, March 19, and takes fans of the British group to meet or review some of the Queen’s most famous moments and discover some aspects of history.
Introduction in chronological order, ”Bald eaglesPerformances from Queen’s early shows in the Rainbow and Odeon, London, across vast arenas around the world, to their current performances with Adam Lambert.
With pictures of parties and sound checks behind the scenes Rare access after the show, “The Gregest QueenInvites for 50 weeks through three-minute videos, to explore the stories behind the songs, songs, and album clips extracted from the extensive photos in the official archive of Queen.
* Remember: The Queen and Adam Lambert sing the song “You Are the Champions” and dedicate it to the medical professionals.
“It’s unlike any other documentary, and I hope fans around the world enjoy celebrating a variety of achievements, timeless themes, and historical presentations by Freddy, Brian, Roger and John.. Simon Lupton, producer and creator of the series, said, “As we look at some of their most important accomplishments, I hope they find content surprises that impress people, whether they are old fans or newcomers.”
The first few episodes will focus on classic songs like Killer Queen, Somebody To Love and of course,Bohemian Rhapsody“.
In addition, the huge concert in Hyde Park in London and the first tours of the band in Europe, Scandinavia and North America will be remembered.
* It might interest you: Quinn and YouTube challenge fans to match Freddy Mercury’s voice.
Really Queen Preparing for a concert tour in the UK for 2022. At the moment, members of the group do not know if they will be able to appear in other European countries after Brexit.
In fact, Roger Taylor is one of the British artists who criticized the government the most for not guaranteeing work facilities for artists, as it is not clear what kind of visas would be required of them.