Queen Rocks Montreal To Play In Cinemas
Brian May Queen Melbourne 2014, photo Ros O'Gorman

Brian May, Queen, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Queen Rocks Montreal To Play In Cinemas

by Music-News.com on October 2, 2014

in News

Queen Rock Montreal, an iconic concert movie from one of the world’s greatest bands, is often described as one of Queen’s all-time best performances.

Recorded live at Montreal’s Forum on 24th and 25th November 1981, it was the first time a band had filmed an entire show in full cinema format 35mm. Now the original footage has been re-mastered in Ultra HD with superb surround sound to create the best ever cinema event experience for Queen fans worldwide.

Check out the Queen+ Adam Lambert photo gallery from Melbourne.

Showcasing a theatrical and brilliantly entertaining performance in its full pixel-sharp glory, the concert features many of their favourite hits including We Will Rock You, Killer Queen, Under Pressure, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, We Are The Champions, Another One Bites The Dust and Bohemian Rhapsody. The follow-up to the award-winning Hungarian Rhapsody concert film, Queen Rock Montreal is the ultimate big screen music event and is released on 24 November to mark this special Queen anniversary date.

Throughout the band’s 40 year career, Queen has set precedents within rock music that will never be equalled. With over 170 million global album sales, 18 Number One Albums, 10 Number One DVD’s, 700 concerts performed in every corner of the world including their historic appearance at Live Aid, the Queen story is one of the most remarkable in pop history.

The band continues to hold the record for having the UK’s biggest selling album of all time with GREATEST HITS. Their single BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY is year on year voted the best single of all time.

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