There is a reason why there have been countless books penned over the years about Queen and their legendary singer, Freddie Mercury – they were unquestionably one of the greatest and most universally beloved rock bands of all-time.
However, most of these books can be neatly filed into one of three categories – a recounting of the band’s history, an examination of the singer’s life story, or a collection of photographs.
Long Live Queen: Rock Royalty Discuss Freddie, Brian, John & Rogeris the first-ever book to be comprised solely of interviews conducted with renowned musicians, who discuss what they admire most about Queen, their favorite songs and albums, and other standout Queen-related memories (attending shows, meeting members, etc.) from throughout the years.
The result is a book that uncovers facts, insight, and analysis, and adds a new spin on what truly makes Queen the champions of the world.
Greg Prato is a Long Island, New York-based journalist, who has written for Rolling Stone, Classic Rock, and Vintage Guitar, and has authored such books as Shredders!: The Oral History Of Speed Guitar (And More), A Devil on One Shoulder and an Angel on the Other: The Story of Shannon Hoon and Blind Melon, and Grunge Is Dead: The Oral History of Seattle Rock Music. Long Live Queen is his 25th book overall.
Long Live Queen: Rock Royalty Discuss Freddie, Brian, John & Rogeris available as a paperback version [222 pages, $12.99], a Kindle download [$7.99], and is free for Kindle Unlimited members.
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