Each month, our arts critics — music, book, theater, dance, television, film, and visual arts — fire off a few brief reviews.
Now more than ever, “the people,” of all ages, want Queen. How lucky we are that Lambert, May, and Taylor are willing and able to deliver.
The film captures everything I love about Queen — the outrageousness, the audacity, the bigness of it all.
To their credit, replacing Freddie Mercury is not something his surviving bandmates have ever tried to do.
Homophobia may not have been behind Freddie Mercury’s decision to keep the location of his ashes a secret, but it hardly ruins Mercury’s Ashes.
1975 was when they officially began their reign. A fab year for sure.
The newly released Live at the Rainbow ’74 set proves that Queen had been slaying audiences since the beginning of their career.