It can be a beautiful thing when music inspires art. On any given day one can scroll through social media feeds and come across various examples of fan artwork. Some of the artwork is quite good. There is a great deal of talent out there. Some of the art can be a bit amateurish but … Continue reading Beautiful Artwork Inspired By Queen
The live rendition of Queen's Staying Power is a prime example of why I love live music. Staying Power is the opening track on the band's often derided album Hot Space (1982). The studio version is a horn laden, synth bass led, funky pop song. Although it is a dance track, the overall feel and … Continue reading Live Spotlight: Staying Power By Queen
Calling All Stations by Genesis and The Cosmos Rocks by Queen + Paul Rodgers. Two final studio albums by two very different and iconic rock bands. Two albums that served the same purpose. In both cases a new singer was brought on board to replace an iconic and much beloved front man. The end result … Continue reading Calling All Stations Vs. The Cosmos Rocks
This song of the week is in honor of John Deacon's 69th birthday. https://twitter.com/ShadesNoir/status/1296271138105024513?s=20 Troy T.
The solo discography of Queen is full of surprises. The members of Queen, like many rock bands, have produced a number of solo albums. Considering the immense songwriting talents of the four members their overall output is surprising slim. It may come as a shock to some that drummer Roger Taylor has proven to be … Continue reading My Top Three Favorite Queen Solo Projects
Let me begin by stating that there is not one Queen song that I dislike. I have been a serious fan of the music of Queen since 1990. In my time as a Queen fan I have listened to all of their studio albums countless times. I have heard all of their non-album B-sides, i.e., … Continue reading My Least Favorite Queen Song