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Jan 22
freddiemercuryonline   Featured,Gallery,news

2 June 1982, Queen performed their second sold-out evening @ The Royal Highland Exhibition Hall in Edinburgh, Scotland 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

“Hot Space European Tour”

This evening was not originally on the itinerary but due to extremely high ticket demand, an additional night was added in Edinburgh.

Freddie sings “Cool Cat” a couple times in the ‘Now I’m Here’ vocal exchange with the audience, the only time he would ever reference the song on stage. Shortly thereafter as Roger does his brief drum solo leading into ‘Dragon Attack,’ like last night Freddie says “Shake”, as if it were the drum solo from ‘Keep Yourself Alive.’

Brian, before ‘Love Of My Life’: “Yes, I realize this is Scotland. Is this Edinburgh? This is the second night, which we’ve never done before here.” He has seemingly forgotten about the two nights in 1976, but he gets a great cheer for his remarks, nonetheless.

Freddie and Brian take many great twists and turns in the outtro of ‘Fat Bottomed Girls.’

At the end of the show, Freddie says, “Thank you for two amazing days. We love ya. You’re real rock and roll. See you soon, Scotland!” In fact, the band would never play in Scotland again.


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