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Posted: 21 Dec 04, 08:08 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Had the great privilage of seeing Queen twice. Once in Dublin and then in Slane.

My 8 year old daughter is a big fan now, but I am not sure if I will bring her to see them.

Personally if John doesn't play I won't be there. Don't think they should tour as Queen if John doesn't play.

But on the other hand I would hate her to miss them.

Testing times.


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Posted: 22 Dec 04, 04:02 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I just treat it as going to see Bri and Roger playing Queen songs. In the same way that I see the musical as an ensemble sing and playing Queen songs.

Doesn't offend me that it's not the same as four members of a band called Queen singing and playing their own songs. It doesn't detract from that, doesn't devalue that; it's just another interpretation of the music. That's the way I see it, so I'm happy to watch the musical and will be happy to go see the tour.

"people get so worked up about these things"....


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Posted: 22 Dec 04, 10:19 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I dont think John will play, i mean come on, he hasnt shown up for any public events... so what makes it likely that he will come out now? He was an awesome player... but, bass players can be replaced... the hardest thing to replace is someones voice... it seems they have that covered


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