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I saw them at the Fraze Pavilion. Overall just a great tribute band to queen. Loved the effects and lights. Lead singer sounded just like Freddy. Band sounded great too. I really can't think of any cons.
Leo from New York, New York
Obviously it’s not Freddy, but we already know that right? He was one of a kind. However, we have to be grateful of spending a fun evening with such a good music, in a Freddy-alike concert. I had a great time
Mike from New Orleans, Louisiana
Band did very well. Didn’t try to alter songs. Fun time.
from Boston, Massachusetts
they were really good. i would have liked to see them in a bigger venue and hope they
tour usa next year as i would love to see them again.
Jason P from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Enjoyed the show. Great performance by group. Patrick was on the spot imitating
Freddie Mercury. Took all of us back to yesteryears. Had a very good time. Would have
loved an open air concert for better sound effects.
Joanna gleason from Boston, Massachusetts
killer queen was really good. the lead singer is not Freddy but was very good. this show
was badly marketed and i only found it by mistake. great night.
Showgoer from Upstate, New York
QUEEN TRIBUTE FALLS SHORT
Was eagerly awaiting the concert as a big fan. Liked but didn't love this performance. Instrumentals were ok, no problems there. The lead's voice was deficient, lacking the range and depth of Freddie. A high bar, no doubt, but was hoping for a better replication. Voice tended to disappear, particularly during piano work. Crowd seemed to love it all, but I was left somewhat less than satisfied. Saw ZZ Top and Lynyrd Skynyrd the week before and was much happier with that show by way of comparison. Incidentally, the Freddie singer, don't recall his name, could lose a few lbs.
TAH from Tulsa, Oklahoma
UGH MOVIE IS BETTER
Not even close to sounding like Freddie. A waste of money
Brenda foster from Wichita, Kansas
Paid extra for good seating. Could not see any of the performances. Tall people in front stood entire time. Left early. Very disappointed
Nat from Cedar Rapids, Iowa
I saw Killer Queen in the spring in Moline and that show was SO much better. I did read that Killer Queen switched up their stage performance including a different set list. I much preferred the other leg of their tour. In CR they played less well known songs and the show last one hour. It was a 3 hour show there. Love them but not this particular concert.
Kathy leblanc from Syracuse n.y
I thought the show sucked was very disappointed. People were way too loud standing up and they didn't even sound like queen
from New York, New York
HOW TO PANDER TO THE AUDIENCE AND BARELY PLAY THE TRUE GEMS IN THIS GREAT BAND'S CATALOG
Bottom Line: If your fav Queen songs consist of another one bites the dust, under pressure, I want to break free & I want it all; then run, don't walk to see this tribute band.
If like myself, you have a clue and are partial to the absolutely astonishing rockers off the earlier albums then like myself you'll be heading to exits early. Not only was the setlist concentrated on Queens Muzak but when they managed to do rockers like tie your mother down and fat bottomed girls they did them as collage..so just 1/2 of each song in succession...Really?
Should of been the other way around..
Anyway, buyer beware............
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