Queen Photographs

Morrison Hotel Gallery is ecstatic to present our collection of Queen band photos. Formed in London in 1970, Queen featured an epic combination of Freddie Mercury's second to none stage presence, operatic vocals and symphonic songwriting, Brian May's lead guitar riffs, Roger Taylor's drumming chops and John Deacon's bass lines. Freddie penned some of the greatest rock songs of all time including one of the best-selling singles for over forty years "Bohemian Rhapsody." Freddie and his band also created so many of the rock anthems we continue to love and salute: "We Will Rock You," "We Are The Champions," "Somebody to Love," "Crazy Little Thing Called Love," "You're My Best Friend" and more. Since Freddie's untimely passing in 1991, his rock masterpieces have held their own for decades. Shop our archives of fine art Queen music photos available to purchase online and through our galleries.

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