Joseph Clark – The Music of Queen
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | June 5, 2018
Queen is, without a doubt, one of the most iconic bands of all time. Even people who don’t usually listen to rock music will turn the volume up and sing along if Bohemian Rhapsody starts playing. And while you will never get to see Freddy Mercury live, Joseph Clark’s “The Music of Queen” is almost as good as the real deal.
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Critics hail Joseph Clark as “the world’s number one performer doing justice to Queen’s music”. Considering how popular the band is, and how many Queen tribute show’s there are, that is a massive stamp of approval. But don’t just take their word for it, have a listen yourself.
Do you want tickets to the show? Ticket prices start at R150 and are available on the Computicket website.
More about the Music of Queen Show
The Joseph Clark Music of Queen show will be running from 11-15 July at the Artscape in Cape Town. After which the show will move to the Sun Arena, Time Square, Menlyn in Pretoria.
Joseph and his band have been touring the world with this powerful tribute show. One of the highlights of the tour was playing to over 30 000 people at Gelredome Stadium in The Netherlands. After that, the band followed up with European theatre runs and outdoor concerts until November 2017.
Joseph will be accompanied by Kyle Petersen (piano/keyboards/keytar/vocals), Richard Brokensha (lead guitars/vocals), Peach Van Pletzen (drums) , Shaun Johannes (bass), and Axe Lourens lead guitars/vocals).
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