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MARVELLOUS 2019: It’s an honour for the Queen to perform


THEY are known quite simply as the world’s most authentic live QUEEN Tribute band.

And Flash say they are “super excited” to be performing in Wokingham.

“We haven’t been to Marvellous and are honoured at being asked to perform there,” said John Holden, vocalist and drummer.

“I started Flash just over three years ago and I was determined to find the best musicians who would deliver both the sound and performance people loved about Freddie and Queen.

“Claudio who performs as Freddie, is from Rome and is absolutely amazing. His voice and his actions capture the essence of Freddie.”

All Flash band members have been creatively and technically inspired by Queen, each taking satisfaction and pride in producing this ultimate tribute to Queen. Each plays replica equipment adding that little extra sound characteristic and all performed in authentic costumes making it a show to remember.

Hit after hit, anthem after anthem, as the group power out the greatest songs of Queen crowd participation is at a high from the start, the show really is as close as it gets.

The group are all huge Queen fans and have each been creatively and technically inspired through their own musical development, each member of Flash takes great satisfaction and pride in replicating the true sound and that musical magic that made Queen the super group that it is today.

Now in their 44th year, Queen have amassed a huge back catalogue of hits, some of the most recognised tunes in history and their popularity is as high as ever. Flash captures that live sensation of Queen closer than any other group.

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