Stereo Queen – Craft Festival
Our Craft Festival continues apace with a cracking Sunday evening show! The last time Mark brought his Freddie Mercury Tribute act to the Grainstore it brought the house down, and we are delighted to welcome him back, this time in the guise of Stereo Queen.
Stereo Queen are a tribute to Freddie Mercury and Brian May.
With the untimely loss of the late great Freddie Mercury in 1991 there has always been a huge void to fill in popular music. So with endless studies of live shows Mark and Richard have recreated the very essence of Freddie and Brian’s stage charisma!
Stereo Queen are one of a few tributes that presents a performance of Queen classics that will leave you gasping at their wonderful interpretation of the great men.
Production is flamboyant with an historical look at the legend that will endure and always remain timeless.
With over twenty years of experience as a professional entertainer, including T.V appearances and advertising, check out the “No Smoking Day video (I Want To Break Free) with Dragon`s Den Duncan Bannatyne” It was great fun!!!.
Mark has rocked an enthusiastic crowd of over eighteen thousand at Leicester City football club. He has also supported named acts such as Suzie Quatro and The Real Thing.
Having been seen recently by Roger Taylor’s son whilst playing with his live band “Rufus” said “Even better than the real thing!”.