Queen: Rare piece of memorabilia up for auction

A rare piece of Queen memorabilia is up for auction, although a spokesman for the band says there are "grave doubts about the authenticity" of the document. 

The two-page set list was allegedly handwritten by Freddie Mercury for an April 13th, 1978 show in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is being sold through Moments in Time with a minimum bid of $35,000. At the bottom of list Freddie wrote "Hotel!!" Here is the set list from that night:

  1. We Will Rock You
  2. Brighton Rock
  3. Somebody to Love
  4. Death on Two Legs
  5. Killer Queen
  6. Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy
  7. I'm in Love With My Car
  8. Get Down, Make Love
  9. The Millionaire Waltz
  10. You're My Best Friend
  11. Spread Your Wings
  12. It's Late
  13. Now I'm Here
  14. Love of My Life
  15. '39
  16. My Melancholy Blues
  17. White Man > The Prophet's Song
  18. Stone Cold Crazy
  19. Bohemian Rhapsody
  20. Keep Yourself Alive
  21. Tie Your Mother Down
  22. We Will Rock You
  23. We Are the Champions
  24. Sheer Heart Attack
  25. Jailhouse Rock

Brian May has posted a photo of one of Queen's earliest marketing pieces.

Brian says, "From Roger Taylor - in Rog’s own hand - an invitation to one of our first Queen shows, in a lecture theatre at Imperial College (my college) in 1970. It held about 100 people, and we made popcorn and orange juice for the audience!

"This invitation was sent to friends and people we thought might record us! What did we play? 'Keep Yourself Alive,' 'Jesus,' 'Great King Rat,' 'Doin’ All Right,' 'Hangman' ... and others. I’m sure there must be a tape of it somewhere!"

 
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