To celebrate 45 years since Queen was formed in 1970, ‘Mercury’ brings a fitting tribute to the Grand Opera House, York on 28th November 2015.
As winners of the 2013 National Tribute Awards, ‘Mercury’ will show York how the band has earned its reputation as one of the world’s finest exponents of the music of Freddie Mercury and Queen.
45 years since Queen was formed, ‘Mercury’ has firmly established itself as one of the most authentic tributes to both the legend Freddie Mercury and Queen. Freddie Mercury’s family, along with Brian May and Roger Taylor have all seen and enjoyed Mercury’s authentic stage show.
With a dynamic show that fully emulates the true charismatic appeal of rock’s most flamboyant front man, ‘Mercury’ faithfully and accurately recreate the distinctive Queen experience.
The extraordinary vocal range and outstanding delivery of Joseph Lee Jackson as Freddie Mercury and the intricate guitar work of Glenn Scrimshaw as Brian May are backed by superbly crafted harmonies, a driving rhythm section and state-of-the-art, world class production.
Joseph says: “We are delighted that Freddie’s family see us as an authentic Queen tribute as this is always what we have set out to achieve. Everything we have created – from the costumes and lights, to the sound and music is about creating an authentic experience for Queen fans.”
This show will captivate any audience – from die-hard Queen fans through to new generations of music lovers in a way that Freddie and Queen themselves would be proud of.
Venue: Grand Opera House, York
Date & Time: 28th November, 7.30pm
Tickets: £20.90 (+ booking fees). Concessions available.
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