On This Day In 1985 Queen Stole The Show At Live Aid

It was on this day in 1985 when Queen cemented their legacy with a career-defining (and show-stealing) performance at Live Aid. More than 70,000 people crammed into London's Wembley Stadium and millions more around the globe tuned in as the band opened with an abbreviated “Bohemian Rhapsody” that went right into “Radio Ga Ga” Their newest single, “Hammer to Fall,” came next, followed by “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” and the finale of “We Will Rock You” into “We Are the Champions.” 

Watch the entire performance below



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