GLENN HUGHES, BRIAN MAY To Perform At 'We Will Rock You' Post-Party

Vocalist Glenn Hughes (ex-DEEP PURPLE, BLACK SABBATH) will be performing with former QUEEN guitarist Brian May at Wednesday's (Sept. 8) post-party in Las Vegas for the North American debut of "We Will Rock You", a rock theatrical stage show featuring 20 of QUEEN's greatest hits — including "Bohemian Rhapsody", "We Are The Champions", "Another One Bites the Dust" and "Crazy Little Thing Called Love". Commented Hughes: "I am really looking forward to seeing [May] — Brian is a total sweetheart.

The "We Will Rock You" production has been playing to sold-out shows since 2002 in London and will open in Toronto in 2005. The extended engagement at Paris Las Vegas marks the first run of the show in North America and the first time a musical of this caliber will debut in Las Vegas.


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