“Thanks again, loved the wee men 🙂 Cheers"Fish“Thank you to Musical Brick for this special little version of me."Jerry Marotta“I'm a lot taller than Steve Hogarth though 🙂 "Fish“Thank you Dan. Best Regards"Steve Hogarth“I love this! Warm wishes,”Peter Gabriel“I really enjoyed the Lego ‘me’ and the Lego Lamb. All the best"Steve Hackett“Many thanks for this incomparable mini-brick! Best,”Bill Bruford"I can retire happy knowing I have been immortalised in Lego"Robert MeadTo Daniel, Nice One!Phil Collins"Absolutely wonderful gift from Musical Brick. I’m Lego!"Craig Blundell"Forget the awards & the signature model guitar - I now exist in lego!!"Jakko M Jakszyk"This has to be the album cover if a 50th Anniversary live album gets released"Pat Mastelotto"I bought this for a woman I like. It worked! We’re a couple now."Jimmy McCullough"I've always wanted to be a Lego!"Adam Holzman
Recreate the iconic Queen at Live Aid from 1985. This display set features all four band members with their instruments.
Instruments include Steinway grand piano, three guitars, bass guitar and drums. Also on the stage are Brian May’s signature amp-wall and guitar pedals.
Position Freddie into his classic moves for ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ ‘Hammer to Fall’ and ‘We Will Rock You.’
The number one Live event in the history of Rock and Roll now in LEGO bricks!
“Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?”
This project has been a total joy to design and build. I have to thank the people who have kept encouraging me to complete this and to expand it into what you see now.
Trying to include all the Pepsi and beer cups on the Steinway grand piano was one of the first details I worked on. It was apparently Freddie Mercury’s piano which was used by most of the artists including Phil Collins on the day.
As timing was so essential to the Live Aid event, and there were so many acts, there was a rotating stage. This allowed acts to prepare as another was finishing. The stage would rotate, and another band would be ready to come on and begin playing almost immediately. Unfortunately the Lego stage does not rotate like the real one did. However I’ve left a brick outline of the curved platform.
“Hammer to Fall”
I do like the hanging camera behind the drum kit. This was a later detail I added.