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It’s showing in Australia, Austria, Germany, Poland, Spain, and United Kingdom. 
It’s coming soon to Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Italy, France, Belgium Sweden, and United States. 
BUT, if your country isn’t listed on here, don’t give up hope. They’re going to be posting more countries over the next few weeks. 
You can check to see if it’s showing at your local theatre:
http://www.queen-rockmontreal.com/#!listings/cmv

It’s showing in Australia, Austria, Germany, Poland, Spain, and United Kingdom. 

It’s coming soon to Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Italy, France, Belgium Sweden, and United States. 

BUT, if your country isn’t listed on here, don’t give up hope. They’re going to be posting more countries over the next few weeks. 

You can check to see if it’s showing at your local theatre:

http://www.queen-rockmontreal.com/#!listings/cmv

Source: x

Source: x

Tour Dates:Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (January 13)Glasgow Hydro (14)London O2 Arena (17)Leeds First Direct Arena (20)Manchester Phones 4 U Arena (21)Birmingham NIA (23)Nottingham Capital FM Arena (24)
Source: x

Tour Dates:

Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (January 13)
Glasgow Hydro (14)
London O2 Arena (17)
Leeds First Direct Arena (20)
Manchester Phones 4 U Arena (21)
Birmingham NIA (23)
Nottingham Capital FM Arena (24)

Source: x

Here’s the trailer: 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYNfY9rEAG4

Telecasters and Stratocasters were way in off in the stratosphere, and English copies were still beyond my budget. So we decided to make it better than anyone else’s. Everything I’ve ever done, with the exception of ‘Crazy Little Thing’. Every track and every concert, I’ve used it.

Brian May on Red Special x

It’s still surprising to hear how well the four of us played together. There were no clicks in those days, no fixing stuff with ProTools. It’s absolutely naked, four musicians playing together and it really does hang together like glue. I feel quite proud of us in those days.

Brian May x

It’s called ‘Let Me in Your Heart Again’ and it just happened to be there. It was abandoned at the time for various technical reasons, but I was able to transfer it off the analogue multi-tracks and do some repairs, so it worked from beginning to end. But basically you’re hearing the four of us together as a band from 1984 or so, playing a song that nobody’s ever heard, so that’s a thrill.

Brian May on one of the new songs on Queen Forever x

We’re not nervous, we’re just nervous wrecks.

Roger Taylor on the release of Bohemian Rhapsody 

I’ll never forget this album, dear. NEVER. But we’ve got to have this playback just to let friends hear what we’ve been up to. The thing is that they’ll never understand it with one listen. Later on, we’ll all go out, get pissed, and forget all about the damned album.

Freddie Mercury talking about A Night At the Opera to Harry Doherty

Yeah, that piece of junk: the myth is all true. I’m quite stunned that it has lasted this long, but nothing else has ever quite come up to it, that warm sustaining sound. A combination of design and luck, I suppose.

Brian May talking about Red Special [in an interview with Phil Sutcliffe, Q magazine, 1991] 
(Source: Pg. 115 of Queen; the Ultimate Illustrated History of Crown Kings of Rock) 

(Source: Pg. 115 of Queen; the Ultimate Illustrated History of Crown Kings of Rock)