Ynetnews reports: Exciting tributes, a new lead singer with plenty of charisma, and some affection for Hebrew were just part of Queen and Adam Lambert’s concert in Tel Aviv on Monday night, attended by over 50,000 delighted fans at the Yarkon Park in Tel Aviv.
Lambert was, of course filling in for late band lead singer Freddie Mercury, who passed away in 1991.
During the show, which lasted over two hours, the legendary rock band performed its greatest hits, accompanied by impressive light effects and video clips of Mercury, who would have turned 70 last week.
The legendary rock band opened with the song Seven Seas Of Rhye and Keep Yourself Alive before screaming at the audience ‘Tel Aviv!’ After warming up the crowd with four less well-known songs, the band played the 1978 classic, Fat Bottom Girls.
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