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Aug 21
freddiemercuryonline   Featured,news

1 May 1979, Queen performed the second evening @ Fukuoka-shi Kyuden Kinen Taiikukan in Fukuoka, Japan 🇯🇵 “Live Killers Tour”

For the second night in Fukuoka, ‘If You Can’t Beat Them’ is a bit later in the setlist than usual, in place of ‘Don’t Stop Me Now.’

After ‘You’re My Best Friend,’ Freddie reads out a note given to him by an audience member: “To our dearest Queen, we love you forever. With love, from Matsuri Senka.” The show then continues with his introduction to ‘Now I’m Here..’ “We’d like to do a song right now. We’d like everyone to sing as much as possible. This is a song from the Sheer Heart Attack album. It goes like this.”

He teases the audience with a bit of ‘Mustapha’ after ‘It’s Late.’ He eventually sings the a cappella intro before starting ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ just this once on the Japanese tour.

This particular picture of Freddie with Mary Austin and Joe Fanelli was taken In Fukuoka by Yumjko Suanaga

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