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May 22
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8 October 2015, Queen’s remastered and restored gig at The Hammersmith Odeon (Christmas Eve ‘75 gig) is shown at a special screening at the Olympic Studios Cinema, Barnes, London Queen’s legendary ‘A Night At The Opera’ tour has gone down in history for capturing the rock icons at their most bombastic up to that point. Touring their UK chart-topping album of the same name for 26 dates in their homeland,

the band signed off in fittingly majestic style at the Hammersmith Apollo, in London, on Christmas Eve 1975.It was filmed by the BBC. The show was broadcast on BBC2 and BBC Radio 1, and included one of the first live performances of “Bohemian Rhapsody”. It is the band’s most popular bootleg.

This gig marked the final date of Queen’s UK tour in support of their fourth album A Night At The Opera.The single “Bohemian Rhapsody” was in the middle of its 9-week run at #1 on the UK charts at the time of the gig, which was one of the first times the song was played live. The band had already played four shows at the famed venue earlier in the tour with glowing reviews, Sounds Magazine saying “everything about them says that they are more important than any other band you’ve heard!” Absolutely true. The gig was advertised in Melody Maker as “Britain’s most regal band awaits your presence …” and all 5,000 tickets sold out. Brian May later recalled: “This concert was very special because it was the first time we ever played a whole show completely live on TV”. Freddie Mercury played a white Bechstein grand piano imported especially for the gig, and wore white and black catsuits, changing costume halfway through the show.The remastered and restored show was shown at a special screening on 8 October 2015 at Olympic Studios Cinema, Barnes, where some of A Night at the Opera had been recorded! Take a seat in the royal box and relive the glory of Queen’s ‘A Night At The Odeon’ Christmas extravaganza…The ‘A Night At The Odeon’ event boasted a blistering 19-song setlist that has gone down in legend as one of Queen’s finest gigs.👉 Relive the Magic 💫⭐️https://youtu.be/2rrloVesBbI…

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