QUEEN + PAUL RODGERS: Footage From NELSON MANDELA Concert Available

Video footage of QUEEN + PAUL RODGERS' performance Friday night (June 27) in London's Hyde Park to celebrate Nelson Mandela's 90th birthday can be viewed below.

According to BBC News, as the last act of the night, QUEEN with Paul Rodgers proved they really saved the best for last. After rip-roaring renditions of 'One Vision' and 'The Show Must Go On', they brought out the big guns. Nearly 50,000 pairs or clapping and outstretched arms synchronised to the drum beat of 'We Will Rock You'. It really was a sight to behold. They ended their set of QUEEN songs with the anthemic 'We Are the Champions'. Everyone was singing at the top of their voices and swaying their arms. The night sky lit up with lights from flashing cameras at the end of the song these guys really know how to rock. They finished up with FREE's 'All Right Now', with the crowd jumping around singing their hearts out."


01. One Vision
02. Tie Your Mother Down
03. The Show Must Go On
04. We Will Rock You
05. We Are The Champions
06. All Right Now

For more on the concert, click here.


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