In the middle of the first decade of the twenty-first century, the rock band Queen went out on tour offering rock singer Paul Rodgers in the role once filled by the late Freddy Mercury. This DVD captures a performance from that tour. The setlist includes such classic Queen tracks as "Fat Bottomed Girls," "Bohemian Rhapsody," "Crazy Little Thing Called Love," and "Radio Ga Ga." ~ Perry Seibert, All Movie Guide
I haven't seen the DVD as of yet.I'm still waiting. However, I did go to the concert. I was quite impressed with Paul Rogers. He wasn't Freddie, however he is a great front person for Queen. They would do "Another One Bites the Dust" then go into Bad Company's "Good Lovin' Gone Bad" It was a great marriage of 2 great bands. During the show, we were calling them "Queen Company"
I can't wait to see the DVD
Here they are, making music again and putting you in a sentimental stage comparable only to the special occations when a touchdown is scored by your team or you favorite racer cross the finish line first. They are making great music...It's not the same, never, but it's mature, musically grown up and more concious of their environment. Brian, Roger and Paul takes us in a journey...a journey that we traveled before with another guide (Freddie), but viewed in a different way. You can appreciate the music and the show. They have done the best on keeping a balance between honoring their late front man and replace him (there's no replace). The inter-relation between Brian and the audience is exceptional. Personally, I don't consider Paul an excellent vocalist but he did the job...could be better but the bar is TOO HIGH....no offend.