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May 22
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22 March 1976, Queen performed at Nippon Budokan in Tokyo, Japan 🇯🇵 “A Night At The Opera” Tour This is the first show of Queen’s nine total eveningsThe band arrived at 3:00 PM for soundcheck Freddie is in great voice tonight, but it is a bit of a difficult night for Brian. First, he breaks a string in the first chorus of ‘White Queen,’ and has to struggle through the next verse of the song before he take a quick break to switch to a spare guitar for the solo.Brian, after ‘White Queen’: “Thank you,

it’s good to back. It’s been too long. We’ve been away too long. You might remember this one from Sheer Heart Attack. This is Flick Of The Wrist.” For the encore, Freddie appears in a kimono, wearing it like a gown. He removes the kimono to reveal his red and white striped hot pants! The female fans, making up more than half of the audience, are delighted by his sexy appearance. ♥️🤍Freddie, after the medley: “I hope you’re all having a good time! I bet you are. If I could do it in Japanese I could say, right now we’d like to feature Brian May on the guitar.” The audience responds very enthuasiastically nonetheless. “This is a song that we didn’t do last time, but we’re gonna do it now. A song called Brighton Rock.”

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