Queen Tribute Brazil
The British rock left its mark in history when Freddie Mercury and company, formed one of the largest and most innovative rock bands of all time: Queen.
All musical styles mixed their compositions and each year new surprises mesmerized its growing audience. It was in this fever that formed the QUEEN TRIBUTE BRAZIL where bring to the stage a work that rescues faithfully with emotion musically and visually classics that eternalized the Queen of Rock that keep on top of the charts to the present day , attracting both new generations as those who followed the band des its beginning.
The Queen Tribute Brazil has played in venues, events, shopping malls, business events and theaters always with Blockbuster. The repertoire, songs like Bohemian Rhapsody, We Will Rock You, Under Pressure, Radio Ga Ga, We Are The Champions, Love Of My Life, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Another One Bites The Dust, Somebody To Love and more.
The band was formed by members who in 1991 formed the first cover band Queen in Brazil, the Queen cover. At that time the band was supported by the EMI
(Queen label at the time), and also one of the largest collectors of rare materials from the Queen, Antonio Seligman.
Since then, the band has started its tour through several states, including the annual meeting "Freddie for a day", an event that brings together fans worldwide in support of collections for AIDS victims. In 1992 Brian May (Queen guitarist), when passing by Brazil on tour for his solo album "Back To The Light" personally praised copies of concert recordings that received the cover band. The Queen cover was featured in several of the most important TV shows like: All Program Your (Roni Von - TV Gazeta) The big chance (Gilberto Barros - TV Bandeirantes), Special cover bands (MTV), Clip Trip Program (TV Gazeta ), TV Globo Santos in theaters as Dom Pedro (Ribeirao Preto), Colosseum (Santos), Castro Mendes (Campinas), Mario Covas (Ubatuba), Clara Nunes (Diadema), Gomes Freitas (São Bernardo do Campo) hills (São José dos Campos), Paulo Autran (Cerquilho), Municipal baueri, Mauá, and at prestigious venues such as: Café Piu Piu, Xoc Lady, Kazebre, Manifesto, Aeroanta, Woodstock Palace (now HSBC), Raphsody , event Queen's day (with special participation of Andreas Kisser, João Gordo and Bruno Sutter), and events of several prefectures of SP, SC, MT, RJ, BA. His biggest audience was at the meeting of motorcyclists Macaé - RJ, with 10,000 people.
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