[WATCH] #702Unplugged 'Queen: It’s a Kinda Magic'

The Emperors Palace in Johannesburg is hosting the world’s premier Freddie Mercury and Queen tribute show until Monday 31 December.

'Queen: It’s a Kinda Magic', will run over the Christmas period and include a New Year’s Eve performance to ring in 2019.

The team will recreate Queen’s famous 1986 World Tour concert on stage and feature the band’s greatest hits such as ‘We Will Rock You’, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, ‘We Are the Champions’ and ‘Fat-Bottomed Girls’.

Giles Taylor, who plays Mercury, joined Azania Mosaka in studio for this week's 702 Unplugged.

Click on the link below for the audio version....


This article first appeared on 702 : [WATCH] #702Unplugged 'Queen: It’s a Kinda Magic'


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