Live Aid - 32 years ago

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Re: Live Aid - 32 years ago

Postby TheHero » Thu Aug 10, 2017 6:35 pm

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Re: Live Aid - 32 years ago

Postby Anna » Sun Aug 20, 2017 9:03 pm

It was my 22nd birthday!! What a gift!! Queen outdone themselves that night; they were phenomenal and they knew it! You could see it on their faces. Freddie looked like he was euphoric. So happy Queen had that experience, they deserved it!
 
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Re: Live Aid - 32 years ago

Postby Jimi » Fri Aug 25, 2017 8:41 am

awesome
I was 22 also! Not that day though!
I was at the concert and for the most part it was pretty poor.
Queen were immense and you are right Fred looked euphoric
 
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Re: Live Aid - 32 years ago

Postby Khashoggi » Sun Aug 27, 2017 10:29 pm

Strange evening tonight. Bob Geldof played just next to my little hometown, I obviously went. His gig was superb. He's not the greatest singer, but damn did he put on a great show. His band was perfect, great sound, great atmosphere. And what a great personality this man has. I did bring my Live Aid dvd cover with me, just in case. Then after the gig I recognized a friend of mine who happened to work backstage. I asked him if he would take my dvd case to let Sir Bob sign it (nobody was allowed backstage, fans were waiting outside to get an autograph) - then he said "Why don't you just come in and let Bob sign it yourself" - I did.
The man was completely chilled and calm, and very very nice I must say. He signed the dvd case and agreed for a photo, then I was able to talk to him for just a little while. Told him I'm a huge Queen fan, and what Live Aid means to me and what great work he did and thanked him!
He then replied "Yeah, Freddie was a real good friend to me."
Amazing to meet the man, it's been a great feeling. Now I'm home, watching a Live Aid documentary and drinking a glass of wine..or two. Just thought I could share this with you guys. 8-)
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Re: Live Aid - 32 years ago

Postby Anna » Mon Aug 28, 2017 8:38 pm

How wonderful for you Kashoggi! ( I didn't even know the man sang.) I'm glad for you that you were able to speak with him and tell how much Queen is loved! I'm sure he appreciated hearing that Queen will never be forgotten.
I really miss Freddie too!
 
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