8 September 1984, Queen performed their fourth and final show at Wembley Arena, London
(Queen performed four Sold-Out shows at Wembley)
“The Works! Tour”
Freddie’s voice sounds a bit better tonight than it did at the last few shows. At the beginning of ‘Now I’m Here’ he sings, “And she made me live again” in a straight rhythm – a small but unique twist.
Before ‘Love Of My Life,’ Brian says, “You probably know that this is the musical interlude, you see,” before diddling on his 12-string for a bit. “I would like to dedicate this song to all the children in the audience… of any age at all.” Roger Taylor’s son is in the audience. “And especially to young Felix because it’s his first concert. He’s gonna be the drummer in the band one day.”
** Felix briefly worked in the music industry, as he played drums and played with his father in the Felix & Arty band (English rock/reggae). They released their debut single “Woman You’re So Beautiful” via iTunes in October 2006.
However, Roger’s younger son Rufus Tiger, is a drummer and played alongside his father on stage during Queen + tour in 2011. They even had drum battles In 2015, Rufus became the new drummer for the English rock band, ‘The Darkness.’ **
As always, thank you @ QueenLive for the highlights and Dave Matkin for the wonderful photos with the exception of the fourth photo, Gary Taylor took that fab shot during ‘We Are The Champions!’