The Bohemians re-enact the glory days of Queen including the Craziness of the 70’s and the Magic of the 80’s.
the bandare a favourite with the official Queen fan club, as they were the first look-a-like to headline the Queen fan club convention with an audience of over 2000!! They were also first Queen tribute to be seen by Queen guitarist Brian May, who described the band as ‘brilliant’ and Queen drummer Roger Taylor who said ‘Its Uncanny’.
The Bohemians have now established themselves to be the most dynamic and exciting Queen Tribute Band currently touring and have performed all over the UK, Europe and the World at football stadiums, festivals, theatres and other prestigious venues. The Bohemians in their majestic magnificence receive standing ovations in response to their electrifying representation of a Queen Live Concert.
Rob Comber’s outrageous stage antics and personality makes him the perfect Freddie. Christopher Gregory’s Red Special enables him to get as close as possible to Brian May’s inimitable style. Wayne Bourne hammers the tubs like drummer Roger Taylor, and Kevin Goodwin provides that unmistakable Queen backline on bass.
Their high-energy two hour show with full Staging, Lighting, Backdrops and Pyrotechnics has earned them the reputation of being the World’s most exciting Queen Tribute act.
The Bohemians set includes all the piano driven hit singles: Killer Queen; Somebody To Love; Don’t Stop Me Now; You’re My Best Friend; We Are The Champions and the amazing award winning Bohemian Rhapsody. These hits are balanced with the Guitar led anthems; Tie Your Mother Down; Hammer To Fall; One Vision; I Want It All; We Will Rock You and the Acoustic vocal tracks 39 and the unforgettable Love of my Life. The Bohemians ability to recreate Queen live is something truly special.
Queen Fan Club, British Airways, British Embassy, Nissan, Thames FM, ITV, Virgin, Channel 4, Live TV, Cable TV, Talk Radio, Shepherds Bush Empire, Travelex, RAF
"Thank you Guys, Brilliant" Brian May - Queen
"It's Uncanny" Roger Taylor - Queen
"A brilliant show" Spike Edney - Queen's keyboard player
"'Could almost be the real thing'" Pete Feenstra - Music Promoter