Hands down Queen is the most famous and iconic stadium rock bands the world has ever seen. Originally fronted by the charismatic Freddie Mercury, they have produced anthems such as "We Are The Champions" and "We Will Rock You" along with the one-of-a-kind “Bohemian Rhapsody”. Queen have recorded countless No. 1 albums and singles. It's estimated they have sold over 200 million records, making them one of the biggest selling artists of all time. The original line-up of Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon formed in London in 1970. The band enjoyed success with albums Queen and Queen II, but they found international fame with the release of Sheer Heart Attack in 1974. While their first two albums were more traditional progressive or hard rock in approach, Sheer Heart Attack and it's even more popular follow-up A Night At The Opera were much more eclectic albums. The music was more experimental and more fun, striking a chord with music lovers everywhere. The monster hit “Bohemian Rhapsody” stayed at No. 1 in the UK charts for nine weeks and became a worldwide hit. From the late 70s to the late 80s, Queen continued to release acclaimed and successful albums such as News Of The World in 1977, Flash Gordon movie soundtrack in 1980, The Works in 1984 and A Kind Of Magic in 1986. Songs such as "Killer Queen", "Don't Stop Me Now", "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" and "Under Pressure", with David Bowie, added to Queen's legacy of hugely popular songs, with classical elements. Dubbed the greatest live rock act ever by many fans, Queen have had several iconic concerts including a charity show at Wembley Stadium for Live Aid in 1985, and a series of sell-outs at Madison Square Garden in New York. Mixing glam rock, heavy metal, pop anthems and operatic vocals, Queen offers a truly one-of-a-kind live experience that has thrilled millions of live fans across the globe. After the death of Freddie Mercury in 1991 the remaining band members re-released “Bohemian” Rhapsody in Freddie's memory and raised over one million pounds for charity while reaching No. 1 for an unprecedented fourth separate occasion in the UK. In more recent years, Brian May and Roger Taylor continue to keep the Queen experience alive, often working with Paul Rodgers and other guest front-men. Recent guest collaborations include working with the Foo Fighters in Las Vegas and with Jessie J at the Olympics Closing Ceremony.