Queen signed A Kind of Magic Tour programme Freddie Mercury

Genuine Queen signed A Kind of Magic Tour programme. Signed on the inside middle page by the band. Freddie Mercury signing in black marker pen. Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon signing in ballpoint pen.

 

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Genuine Queen signed A Kind of Magic Tour programme. Signed on the inside middle page by the band. Freddie Mercury signing in black marker pen. Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon signing in ballpoint pen.

 

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Genuine Queen signed A Kind of Magic Tour programme. Signed on the inside middle page by the band. Freddie Mercury signing in black marker pen. Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon signing in ballpoint pen. Program is from Queen magic tour.

 

 

 

 

The Magic Tour, a European concert tour by the British band Queen in 1986. The tour was in support of their latest album, A Kind of Magic, and featured 26 shows across Western Europe. In addition, the band performed one show behind the Iron Curtain in Hungary.

The highlight of the tour, the two sold-out shows at Wembley Stadium on 11-12 July. The second concert professionally filmed and released as Queen at Wembley. The final show of the tour, held at Knebworth on 9 August In front of at least 120,000 fans, marked a significant moment in the band’s history. The last time Freddie Mercury performed live with Queen before his death five years later. Order a genuine signed Freddie Mercury magic tour programme.

 

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Queen’s tour in 1986 featured 26 shows and marked the band’s first concert series since their performance at Live Aid in July 1985, which earned them high praise and boosted their popularity. The tour included support acts such as the Alarm, Belouis Some, Marillion, INXS and Status Quo.

Preparations for the tour started in May 1986, and the band rehearsed for four weeks, which was their longest preparation for a stage show. Despite promoters’ uncertainty about whether they would sell enough tickets for stadium and outdoor venues, the gigs were met with high demand. Magic Queen tour signed programme.

 

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In addition to debuting new songs like “One Vision” and “Who Wants to Live Forever”, the band decided to reintroduce some older tracks and an acoustic rock ‘n’ roll medley into their set. The final part of the show repeated the six songs Queen had played at Live Aid. The band also added a new song, “Friends Will Be Friends”, as the final encore between “We Will Rock You” and “We Are The Champions”. Freddie Mercury personally asked his friend Diana Moseley to design stage clothes for the band, including a large crown and gown which he wore at the end of the show. The stage was 160 feet (49 m) long and flanked by two 40-foot (12 m) runways. Roger Taylor said the new stage show would make “Ben Hur look like the Muppets”. Purchase authentic Queen autographs for sale today with authenticity.

 

 

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The tour began on 7 June 1986 in Stockholm. During the 21 June concert at the Maimarktgelände, Mannheim, Marillion frontman Fish sang “Tutti Frutti” with Mercury. Five days later at the Waldbühne, West Berlin, the group played an impromptu version of Led Zeppelin‘s “Immigrant Song”. A cover of Shirley Bassey’s “Big Spender” subsequently re-added to the set, having been regularly featured in the group’s early days.

 

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The concert at Slane Castle on 5 July, marred by bad weather and crowd violence. The group played St James’ Park, Newcastle, on 9 July. All profits for the concert, donated to Save The Children Fund. Support band INXS were delayed because of traffic. During the show, Mercury told the audience about rumours that Queen would disband, and flatly denied them.

 

 

 

 

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