Supreme Queen Tribute Act Sat 21st Jan 2017 The Grand Clitheroe
Oct, 13 2016
~To accolade one of the UK’s greatest bands from the past 40 years you’d have to pull off something pretty impressive. You’d have to have the camp flamboyance of the late Freddie Mercury the background beats of Roger Taylor, the quiet persona of John Deacon and the guitar virtuoso of Brian May.
Thankfully, there is such band. Supreme Queen have been impressing Queen fans since 1995, as a natural homage to both Freddie who died four years earlier and as a significant step in recreating their sound and look which was defiantly unique and helped to remind fans of their early days ( Bohemian Rhapsody, Killer Queen ) and their 90s hits that encapsulated a time when Freddie’s life was nearing it’s sad end ( Innuendo, I’m Going Slightly Mad).
On Saturday 21st January 2017 you can see this excellent tribute band performing at The Grand in Clitheroe. Tickets are £18.50 with doors opening at 7.15pm and the band begins at 8pm.
Please note :- a £1.50 booking fee is applicable per transaction by phone/via box office. Advance purchase of ticket more cost effective than paying on door. Stage times are an approximation. Disabilities are considered. Call The Grand in advance of an event if you have any additional requirements and they will do their best to help. For a full list terms and conditions email firstname.lastname@example.org / Dial 01200 421 599 to book tickets for you and your friends.
The Grand is found at 18, York Street, Clitheroe and sits nicely in the centre of the town where you can find an array of cafes and restaurants that will cater for your needs and get you ready for a brilliant night.
Scott Maley takes on the enigmatic Freddie Mercury and Nathan Mathers brings the Brian May sound which made Queen household names.
Still unsure about a band emulating a legendary group? Perhaps this quote from the Birmingham Evening Mail will reassure you that Supreme Queen really are the crème de la crème,
" What an outstanding reproduction of an outstanding band. They have captured the heart of one of England's greatest bands".
In recent years the real Queen have collaborated with Free’s Paul Rodgers and reality star’s Adam Lambert. They have released a greatest hits record with some exclusive new tracks. This year they have performed with Lambert and continue to be one of the most important bands from the last forty years.
Supreme Queen however capture the band in their heyday with a setlist of some the most fantastic and beautifully written songs ever.
Saturday 21st January 2017 :- Supreme Queen :- The Grand :- Clitheroe.