Rare Original Queen poster Madison Sq Garden 1982


16 by 11 inches
Condition B .. crease plus corner missing.

Out of stock


Per contemporary report in New York Times

Queen’s lead singer and keyboardist, Freddie Mercury, sang in a cold braying tenor and pranced balletically around the stage, striking one supercilious pose after another. While Mr. Mercury’s piercing voice and ornate keyboard style lent the concert’s artier numbers an appropriately arch elegance, the sturdier rock songs came off as oratorical, not swinging.
The songs that worked were those closest to the group’s grandiose self-conception – the art-rock anthem ”Bohemian Rhapsody” and the rock cheer ”We Are the Champions.”

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