iHeart Radio Festival - ideal setlist

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Re: iHeart Radio Festival - ideal setlist

Postby Promite » Tue Sep 24, 2013 1:58 am

CNB wrote:
Promite wrote:Here's my set list taking into account what was Queen's greatest hits in the USA

Under Pressure (Adam + mystery guest)
AOBTD (Adam)
WWTLF (Adam)
TSMGO (Adam)
STL (Another mystery guest as I never liked Adam's rendition of this either)
CLTCL (Adam)
Radio Gaga (Adam + mystery guests)
Bo Rhap (Freddie and Adam like the Queen + AL shows)
WWRY/WATC (Adam and all mystery guests)

It's probably too long but I think Rhianna got to do 11 songs last year. I guess WWTLF doesn't belong as it was never a single in the US but it's too awesome to leave out! :)

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Promite, you came the closest to guessing the set list for the IHeart Radio Music Festival Queen segment. The actual set turned out to be:

Bo Rhap (intro by Adam)
AOBTD (Adam)
CLTCL (Adam)
WWTLF (Adam)
STL (Nate Ruess/fun)
FBG (Nate/Adam)
DA (Adam)
Bo Rhap (ending by Adam)
WWRY (Adam)
WATC (Adam)


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Re: iHeart Radio Festival - ideal setlist

Postby CNB » Thu Sep 26, 2013 1:32 am

I guess I have to post this here now:

"The Wanted, Adam Lambert and Queen, Miley Cyrus, Justin Timberlake and Bruno Mars- Our 5 fave performances from the iHeartRadio Festival."

http://www.maximumpop.co.uk/the-wanted- ... -festival/
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Re: iHeart Radio Festival - ideal setlist

Postby CNB » Sat Sep 28, 2013 1:33 pm

"‘He has this tremendous charisma’: Queen’s Roger Taylor showers praise on Adam Lambert"

http://somethingelsereviews.com/2013/09 ... m-lambert/
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Re: iHeart Radio Festival - ideal setlist

Postby icy » Sat Sep 28, 2013 2:40 pm

CNB wrote:"‘He has this tremendous charisma’: Queen’s Roger Taylor showers praise on Adam Lambert"

http://somethingelsereviews.com/2013/09 ... m-lambert/

And that has to do with an ideal set list thread...how?
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Re: iHeart Radio Festival - ideal setlist

Postby CNB » Wed Oct 02, 2013 4:29 pm

IMHO the best acts over the two-day 2013 iHeart Radio Festival in Vegas were Elton John, Muse, Katy Perry, Queen/Lambert and Paul McCartney. The old guys in their '60's definitely showed the young ones in their 20's and 30's how it's supposed to be done! Like fine wine, better with age! :biggrin:
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Re: iHeart Radio Festival - ideal setlist

Postby CNB » Sat Oct 05, 2013 10:18 pm

Fior anyone who missed this event:

TPB now has iHeart (CW) uploaded in 720p mkv with 384kbps audio: Night 1 http://bit.ly/15OxIOW Night 2 http://bit.ly/15OxIOY

"Another British icon took the stage that night accompanied by some very young talent, Queen and Adam Lambert. Though no one can compare to vocal genius Freddie Mercury, he was a phenomenal stand-in. Queen and Lambert serenaded the crowd with songs like “We Are the Champions” and “Who Wants to Live Forever.” FUN’s Nate Ruess later took the stage to sing their famous hit “Somebody to Love.” Between Nate Ruess and Adam Lambert, the crowd’s favorite was Lambert."

See more at: http://www.torchonline.com/entertainmen ... svscp.dpuf
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Re: iHeart Radio Festival - ideal setlist

Postby Promite » Fri Nov 01, 2013 1:30 pm

What? Tour for a year? :onfire: :onfire: :onfire: :puh:

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And once the Queen train starts moving, it must be hard to get off…

"That’s right. We had a very successful concert with Adam Lambert for I Heart Radio [in September] and the phone has not stopped ringing since. Dates are a possibility, but I am nervous of pressing that button. Because if I do, I won’t see home for a year."
 
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Re: iHeart Radio Festival - ideal setlist

Postby soxtalon » Fri Nov 01, 2013 2:14 pm

No it would not be touring with Adam for a year. He has already said he would not want to do a 9 month tour like they used to, but more select dates. He probably means that with a tour with Adam, a tour with Kerry (maybe an album, definitely a DVD), animal activism, the film, and the WWRY US Tour and other WWRY ventures, his Diabelries book press, and any work on Queen tracks then he wouldn't see home for a year.
 
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Re: iHeart Radio Festival - ideal setlist

Postby Promite » Fri Nov 01, 2013 2:37 pm

soxtalon wrote:No it would not be touring with Adam for a year. He has already said he would not want to do a 9 month tour like they used to, but more select dates. He probably means that with a tour with Adam, a tour with Kerry (maybe an album, definitely a DVD), animal activism, the film, and the WWRY US Tour and other WWRY ventures, his Diabelries book press, and any work on Queen tracks then he wouldn't see home for a year.


Maybe, but a lot of those things he can do from home; animal activism, most of the work with Kerry, the film, Queen tracks and his book work. It's all hard work and even though he enjoys it most people are not so busy at 65! I can't see Adam wanting to spend a year on the road either even if it is with Queen. The important thing is multiple dates over the period of about a year. I'm very happy with that. :)
 
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