One Night of Queen: Tribute to Freddie Mercury and Band
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The last date listed for One Night of Queen was Monday April 1, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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With a shelf full of Tony Awards and four of Broadway's best voices, The Midtown Men might be the coolest crew of performers since the original Rat Pack. This quartet of stars from the original Broadway cast of Jersey Boys blends iconic rock 'n' roll hits of the '60s with gorgeous four-part harmony arrangements, all accented by dynamic choreography and indisputable panache. The Midtown Men have thrilled crowds on concert stages and symphony halls across the continent with favorites including "Can't Buy Me Love," "Up on the Roof," "Time of the Season," "Can't Help Falling in Love," "California Dreamin'," "Happy Together" and other iconic songs from Motown, the Beatles and more. Learn More
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Great performance! Even though a few unfamiliar songs were played in the musical line-up, the rest of the event was a fun and loud sing-a-long. People were dancing and really having a good time. I would pay to see this show again.
Quotes & Highlights
- "Mullen brought legendary Queen front man Freddie Mercury back to life in a two-hour energy-filled concert that had toddlers to grandparents dancing in the aisles." --Salt Lake Tribune
- "We’ve seen a lot of tribute bands in our lives, but nothing that in any way, shape or form, comes close to One Night Of Queen!" --Out On The Town magazine
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