We found 130 facts about the Organization Queen in the World Wide Web.

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Freddie Mercury - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

… made frequent use of synthesisers in the studio. Queen guitarist Brian May claims that Mercury was unimpressed with his…

first seen 2014-08-26 on en.wikipedia.org

Freddie Mercury - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

…an audience in the palm of his hand." [ 37 ] Queen guitarist Brian May wrote that Mercury could make "the last person…

first seen 2014-08-26 on en.wikipedia.org

Freddie Mercury - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

… made frequent use of synthesisers in the studio. Queen guitarist Brian May claims that Mercury was unimpressed with his…

first seen 2014-10-27 on en.wikipedia.org

Guns N' Roses - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

…the second leg of the Use Your Illusion Tour, Queen guitarist Brian May opened the shows with a band that included …

first seen 2014-10-11 on en.wikipedia.org

Queen live performances - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

…Rodgers Tour was a world concert tour by Queen guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor , joined by singer …

first seen 2014-09-15 on en.wikipedia.org

Freddie Mercury - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

…an audience in the palm of his hand." [ 34 ] Queen guitarist Brian May wrote that Mercury could make "the last person…

first seen 2014-10-27 on en.wikipedia.org

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