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Today I have the pleasure to be sharing with you my latest video of the incredible drum cover of The Show Must Go On by my favourite band ever… QUEEN!
Queen and Roger Taylor are the reason why I play drums! I absolutely love everything about this incredible legendary band!
If you are a fan of great grooves and rock music, you will not want to miss this!
You can watch the full video here below embedded directly from my You Tube channel. Hope you enjoy it!
I absolutely love Queen and I really enjoyed putting my spin on this wonderful classic.
If you want to know more about The Show Must Go On you can read here below directly from WikiPedia:
“The Show Must Go On” is a song by the British rock band Queen, featured as the twelfth and final track on their 1991 album Innuendo. It is credited to Queen, but written mainly by Brian May.
The song chronicles the effort of Freddie Mercury continuing to perform despite approaching the end of his life, although his diagnosis with HIV/AIDS had not yet been made public in spite of ongoing media speculation claiming that he was seriously ill.
Mercury was so ill when the band recorded the song in 1990 that May had concerns as to whether he was physically capable of singing it.
Recalling Mercury’s performance, May states; “I said, ‘Fred, I don’t know if this is going to be possible to sing.’ And he went, ‘I’ll fucking do it, darling’—vodka down—and went in and killed it, completely lacerated that vocal”.
It was released as a single in the United Kingdom on 14 October 1991 in promotion for the Greatest Hits II album, just six weeks before Mercury died. Following Mercury’s death on 24 November 1991, the song re-entered the British charts and spent as many weeks in the top 75 (five) as it did upon its original release, initially reaching a peak of 16.
A live version with Elton John on vocals appeared on Queen’s Greatest Hits III album. The song was first played live on 20 April 1992, during The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert, performed by the three remaining members of Queen, with Elton John singing lead vocals and Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi playing rhythm guitar.
It has since been played live by Queen + Paul Rodgers and Queen + Adam Lambert with Rodgers citing one of the performances as the best of his career. Since its release, the song has appeared on television, film, and has been covered by a number of artists.
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