Queen’s Roger Taylor celebrates his birthday today (July 26), and while he’ll forever be known for being the drummer in one of the greatest bands of all time, we’d like to focus on some of his solo work.
When you think of band merchandise, the first band you likely think of is KISS (and understandably so), but many bands have upped their merch game as of late, and one band that has stood out, in particular, is Queen.
Today (July 13th) marks the 31st anniversary of Live Aid. The legendary benefit show, which took place at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia and Wembley Stadium in London, helped raise more than $125 million for African famine relief efforts and was broadcast live in 110 countries and was watched by over a billion people worldwide. Here are some of our favorite performances from that historic day.
If you ever needed any proof that great music will endure the test of time, this invigorating video of 65,000 Green Day fans in London singing 'Bohemian Rhapsoday' while waiting for Green Day to take the stage proves it. Crank it up and enjoy!
Want to fly the friendly Freddie Mercury skies? You can do it now, thanks to the Norwegian airline. The company is putting the late Queen front man’s face on the tails of two of its Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft this summer to commemorate his 71st birthday on September 5. It's part of the airline's Tail…