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Just gotta get out, just gotta get right outta here! Home of the Daily and Sunday Express. Queen Bohemian Rhapsody: Live Aid was almost VERY differentQUEEN AND LIVE AID are linked forever as shown in Bohemian Rhapsody — but it could all have been very different if the original plans had gone ahead. It is one of the most legendary moments in popular culture. Most of the biggest names in music on both sides of the Atlantic played at two enormous concerts, watched at Wembley by Princess Diana and Prince Charles.

The spine-tingling moment was perfectly captured in the blockbuster movie Bohemian Rhapsody. Bohemian Rhapsody played a little fast and loose with the facts. Brian May and Roger Taylor have admitted certain dates and events were shuffled or condensed for big-screen fluidity and impact. Most notably, Queen knew about the plans for a fundraising concert from back in February of 1985. Bob Geldof told them at the BRIT Awards. So the movie depiction of an estranged Freddie in Berlin, utterly unaware of Live Aid was fictional. However, Live Aid itself was almost a modest charity gig rather than a global event spanning two stadiums and continents. Malcolm Hill’s company Hill Pro Audio supplied all the sound systems for Live Aid and he reveals that Live Aid almost took place at a well-known but tiny London venue with just a few thousand fans.

Hill says: «The whole thing was so chaotic. It was never intended to be a mega thing at Wembley Stadium. It was going to be a few of Bob’s friends getting together at Hammersmith Odeon,. That’s what I said yes to. Yeah sure’, but that was for Hammersmith Odeon. It escalated and escalated and escalated and that’s how it ended up as it did. The set-up was so last minute, nobody, not even Hill himself, heard the sound system in full operation until the first act took the stage for the main concert. At precisely noon on July 13, 1985, The Coldstream Guards played the opening bars of God Save The Queen.

This was followed by Status Quo launching into Rocking All Over The World and everyone heaved a huge sigh of relief. There still persist rumours, fuelled by Bohemian Rhapsody, that Queen sound engineer on the day, Trip Khalaf, overrode the sound desk controls to make the band sound louder than anyone else. Hill shoots down such talk as impossible. What he explains is that Khalaf was one of the few skilled enough to use the system to its maximum potential. What is undeniable is that Queen were supremely prepared, with a perfectly pitched setlist and four musicians at the top of their game with huge experience at playing stadiums. Yellowstone season 4 theory: Is Wade Morrow Jamie Dutton’s biological father? Ray Charles children: How many children did Ray Charles have? ABBA spotted ‘secretly filming’ in London this week: When is the new ABBA music and tour?

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