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Posted: 06 Nov 11, 08:16 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Another rumor is that Lady Gaga will preform with Queen this sunday at the EMA's
This was found on Twitter.....
@OIQFC FYI RT@aliasshenise Brian May was interviewed on local radio station & announced @ladygaga will be performing w Queen Sunday night!


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Posted: 06 Nov 11, 10:40 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Almost predictable...
Under Pressure duet with Gaga and Lambert

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Posted: 06 Nov 11, 14:20 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



thanks freddie wrote: Another rumor is that Lady Gaga will preform with Queen this sunday at the EMA's
This was found on Twitter.....
@OIQFC FYI RT@aliasshenise Brian May was interviewed on local radio station & announced @ladygaga will be performing w Queen Sunday night!


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It will be nice if Brian and Roger team up with Marc Martel doing Somebody to Love.....


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Posted: 06 Nov 11, 16:02 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I wish they'd take their faux musicians and crappy singers and fuck off out of Belfast. Brian and Roger have more talent than 90% of the artists - I use the word lightly - gathered, and frankly should be ashamed of themselves hanging out with these morons.


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Posted: 10 Nov 11, 09:52 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I agree with ok computer, these people aren't in their league.  I think John Deacon is the only one with any sense when he bowed out and called it a day.  If they want to continue to perform, collaborate with musicians on their level, resurrect old tracks great but don't lower yourselfs at this stage of the game performing your songs on stage with people who are trash pop and want to live in your shadows, it's embarrasing, and does your classic songs no justice.  No need to promote your songs with these poople who no one will ever remember past a few years time.  Queen songs will go on for many generations to come.