The rock band Queen began to launch a series on Youtube. It was called “Queen: The Greatest Live.” The new episodes will be released over 50 weeks and will show the behind-the-scenes life of the band on tour. NME writes about it.
This is a continuation of Queen’s previous YouTube show, which was announced in March 2021. It tells the story of the band, from the first performances to the comeback with Adam Lambert.
In the new series, viewers will see rare archival footage, contemporary performances and behind-the-scenes interviews recorded over the five decades of Queen’s existence. It was created by Simon Lupton, who often collaborates with the band. In the past, he has worked on the documentaries Queen: Rock the World, Queen: Behind the Rhapsody, Queen: Days of Our Lives, and Queen on Fire: Live at the.
In the first episode of the show, Brian May and Roger Taylor talk about rehearsals and how they put together their set lists. They are looking to see if the song “works” when played live, since some tracks are not suitable for concerts, they will not make a “thrilling and exciting performance” with them.
Previously, Queen shared a song with Freddie Mercury; the single had not been released before. The song is called “Face It Alone.” Roger Taylor and Brian May discovered the song this summer.