Added on 09-Apr-2005
Queen Feature Throughout April 2005 Classic Rock Magazine Hits USAQueen is featured throughout the April 2005 issue of Classic Rock Magazine which just hit the USA.
Page 26 Album Chart for Worldwide Album Sales
Queen is #17 for "Greatest Hits Vol. 1,2,3" EMI spending so far 9 weeks on the chart, reaching it's highest position at #13.
In Guns N' Roses Cover Story
Page 53 Quote "On April 20, 1992, despite objections from gay rights groups, Guns N' Roses participates in a Wembley Stadium tribute to late Queen singer Freddie Mercury, one of (Axl) Rose's childhood heroes."
Gilby Clarke says quote: "The best experience I had in the band was the Freddie Mercury Tribute. Axl was awesome-he really respected Freddie Mercury. We went on, on time, played great together, and everybody got along. I thought it was very moving."
Photo of Guns N' Roses with caption
"Izzy's out, Gilby's in." "The best experience was the Freddie Mercury Tribute" says Gilby. "Axl was awesome".
"On The Road" featuring live shows.
Lists "London & Brixton Academy, Queen+Paul Rodgers
Color Photo Of Brian May & Paul Rodgers featuring more live shows.
Newcastle, Tyne Arena May 3
Manchester, MEN Arena May 4
Burmingham, NEC May 6
Cardiff Arena May 7
Sheffield Arena May 9
London Wembley Pavilion May 11
Page 129 In Green Day Live Show Review At London Hammersmith Apollo
Quote "And they bring themselves (Green Day) to a close with a faithful version of "We Are The Champions". At this point, Classic Rock looked backwards to see if the grownups are enjoying it as much as everyone else. There's a sea of worried faces; literally hundreds of former punks, alt. rockers, and goths standing there, faced with a crowd pleasing singalong to a Queen song and thinking: Am I allowed to enjoy this?" "Go On-live a little".
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"Queen & Paul Rodgers"
Page 9 with letters & text messages to the Editor
A Text Message to Classic Rock read, "50 Quid to see half of Queen? We will, we will rob you. What would Freddie think?"