In an hour and a half show, costumes are changed at breakneck speed and songs from the 70’s and 80’s are performed. Moreover, the resemblance of singer Patrick Myers and Freddie Mercury can be called downright frightening. The flamboyant star who managed to steal the show with his eccentric appearance during his live performances seems to have been brought back to life. All this makes Killer Queen one of the leading Queen look-alike and sound-alike tribute bands.
HISTORY Killer Queen
Killer Queen was founded in 1993. Their first performance took place at the University of London where they followed in the footsteps of the real Queen who performed their first performance in the same place in June 1973.
In 1995 Killer Queen was already so popular in England that the band forced a performance at the London Strand Theater. A performance broadcast by the BBC. The band’s reputation continued to grow, both in Britain and abroad.
After a Russian tour in 1999, the band returned to England to receive the award for “Worldwide Best Tribute Band”.
Queen’s music is loved all over the world. Their hits have been an inspiration for generations. Reproducing these hits worldwide requires craftsmanship and Killer Queen’s musical qualities meet these high standards.
During performances, Killer Queen has collaborated with a regular group of artists including Roger Taylor, Brian May and Monseratte Caballe.
Number one hit
The band had a number one hit when asked in 2001 to re-release Queen’s “The Real Life” with Fatboy Slim.
In the second decade of Killer Queen’s existence, the band’s fan base only grew. In 2005 Killer played Queen Ahoy in Rotterdam.