from Boston, Massachusetts
MEDLEY TOUR NOT RHAPSODY TOUR
I want to start off by saying both my girlfriend and I love Queen and were looking forward to this show for 9 months. The show started 20 minutes late and the band did not play one song in it's entirety. Many songs only had 2 verses played and almost all solos or guitar interludes were skipped. including simple ones like We Will Rock You. I can't believe they didn't even stay on stage for Bohemian Rhapsody and let the music video play for part of it instead. We were 10th row and it was noticeable that Roger Taylor was struggling to get through some of the songs and the backup band was bored half the time. Brian May was the only one who really showed up to play and was the saving grace of the entire show! Overall the experience was the equivalent to listening to music with someone who skips through every song. Queen should strongly consider dropping the 30 song set list down to 15 and actually play them.
RKD from Boston, Massachusetts
QUEEN AND ADAM LAMBERT AT BOSTON.
Very disappointed in the show. Brian and Roger were ok. But I don't think much of Lambert as the lead singer at all. The show is better off not going on with him as a lead singer
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