QUEEN Members Perform At Opening Night Of 'We Will Rock You' In Edinburgh

November 10, 2009

According to STV Entertainment, Brian May and Roger Taylor, the guitarist and drummer of the original QUEEN lineup, appeared onstage in Edinburgh on Monday night (November 9) during the opening night of "We Will Rock You", the QUEEN juke-box musical, to play live in the final encore, the classic "Bohemian Rhapsody".

The 3,000-strong audience in a packed Edinburgh Playhouse rose as one to their feet with a roar of approval as May in his familiar 18th century ringlets and plain white shirt appeared from the darkness at the back of the stage to take the famous guitar solo live.

Read the entire report from STV Entertainment.

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