26 September 1980, Queen rocked out the Boston Garden before 14,800 enthusiastic fans in Boston, Massachusetts 🇺🇸 “The Game Tour”

Boston found itself graced by the appearance of the mind blowing stage show and the unforgettable musical virtuosity of Queen!

Though all four members of the band performed with their usual finesse and style, it was the guitar work of Brian May that was the evenings highlight. One of the greatest rock guitarists in the history of the business.

His fifteen minute solo performance during ‘Brighton Rock’ was an extraordinary blend of man and machine that definitely had echoes of the late great Jimi Hendrix, mind you, it only reminded of Hendrix work only as far as inventiveness and originality of sound, May is in a class by himself.

Freddie is an able, incredible showman who demonstrated his never-ending ability to whip an audience to an enthusiastic frenzy. His antics have become, more than anything else, the trademark of Queen’s live performances, and are something that any concert enthusiast must make a point to experience! He was sporting his newly-grown mustache. He off-handedly asked the audience’s opinion of it – which was nothing short of unanimous approval.

Freddie dedicated ‘We Are The Champions’ to Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham who passed away the day before (25 September) at the young age of 32

Queen have proved themselves one of rock’s premier live groups. Their powerful musical force still shows no signs of waning.