Lego Queen Live Aid Stage

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…

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Bohemian Rhapsody Movie Re-Created Queen’s Entire Live Aid Performance

The cast of Bohemian Rhapsody filmed a straight run-through of the entire Live Aid performance, and it could be released on the movie’s home release. Originally Queen played a six-song set on that day: ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, Radio Ga Ga’, ‘Hammer to Fall’, ‘Crazy Little Thing Called Love’, ‘We Will Rock You’ and closer ‘We Are the Champions’. The movie only played four recreated songs from the live Aid event. Interestingly they performed all six songs so that they could edit…

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Queen & Freddie Mercury in Lego

Queen Mini-Figures   Officially Freddie Mercury currently only exists as an official Lego Mini-figure in the LEGO Rock Band computer game. So unfortunately Queen have never existed in physical form, or appeared in any official LEGO sets. Also appearing in the game as LEGO mini figures are; guitarist Brian May, bassist John Deacon and drummer Roger Taylor. They can be seen playing We Will Rock You and We Are The Champions. More songs can be downloaded including; Killer Queen, Somebody…

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12 Lego Rock and Pop Minifigures

  Lego have teamed up with movies and TV shows, plus have their own line of themed sets, but what about music? There are a number of general pop, rock music themed sets and minifigures. However there are not many actual rock and pop icons that have been immortalised in Lego (officially that is). Here we list 6 official and 6 non-official Lego rock and pop Minifigure icons: 1 to 4. The Beatles: John, Paul, George and Ringo Top of the…

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Who Else Loves Genesis and Queen?

Two of the most spectacular visual artists of the 70’s era are definitely Genesis and Queen. They both used the progressive genre as a stepping stone to a new type of theatrical rock characterised by lyrical whimsy, weird costumes, and outrageous stage gestures. Bohemian’s Ready   We Will Rock You Mama Back in 1970 Roger Taylor, subsequently drummer for Queen, turned down an invitation to audition for Genesis. However he has since been seen playing with the group and even…

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