Queen have just posted Episode 50, the final segment in their 50-part YouTube series, The Greatest, in celebration of their 50th anniversary.
This time it's part two of their last decade with Adam Lambert. Between 2012 and 2020, they did 218 performances in more than 40 countries in front of over 3 million fans.
One of the shows that stood out for them is when they recreated their Live Aid set at the Fire Fight Australia benefit concert in 2020.
Brian May talked about that performance: "We happened to be in Sydney at a point where it was convenient to put on a concert to raise awareness, raise money for the cause, for the fire fighters. So, we'd already done our show the night before, and we kind of donated our stage to open the stadium the next night. The feeling of adrenaline was insane. And strangely, we had already decided that we wanted to recreate the Live Aid set. Because there's a lot of similarities between the causes. And so, we went on and just as, you know, the original Live Aid, it was a one-off. We've never done that set before, and this was a one-off to."
Queen + Adam Lambert will resume their Rhapsody tour on May 27th in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
[Source: Classic Hits Today]