In recent years particularly, labels like Rhino and Sony Legacy have released more best-of collections and box sets than ever. But how many is too many? If nearly all the compilations are identical in tracklisting, what’s the point?
The ceremony featured a “Symphony of British Music” over the last 50 years, which included a mega-set by The Who; a touch of Queen, Pink Floyd and The Kinks; five songs by the Beatles (though no Beatles performed in the ceremony); and the first performance in years by the reunited Spice Girls.
Queen’s keyboardist, Spike Edney, may have had a bad case of loose lips during a keyboard demonstration with Korg.
While artists speaking out against music piracy is nothing new, a formidable collection of UK music stars are urging British Prime Minister David Cameron to take action in the matter.
If Freddie Mercury made your rockin’ world go ’round back in the day, September is going to be a very exciting month for you.
Although Freddie Mercury passed away in 1991, Queen has soldiered on, even releasing and album and touring with Paul Rodgers as the lead singer. To quote their own song, Queen isn’t ready to bite the […]
A Canadian man is arrested for intoxication. He’s thrown in the back of a Royal Canadian Mounted Police cruiser. He thinks the charges are bogus. After pleading his case to the police and a failed […]
Did you know that Vanilla Ice quit the rap game and began singing Indie Rock in Silver Lake? We didn’t either… until we realized that crazy homeless man with glasses was actually the ninja-rapper himself. […]
This year marks Queen’s 40th anniversary, so what better time to learn about the band’s history in a new documentary?
Pop quiz: What do you get when you mix [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Pink Floyd[/lastfm], [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]The Beatles [/lastfm](heavy dose of these guys), and [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Queen[/lastfm]?