Freddie lives on in Queen show

Supreme Queen will perform live at The Mill Arts Centre in Banbury on Saturday, January 9 2016. Photo Submitted.
Supreme Queen will perform live at The Mill Arts Centre in Banbury on Saturday, January 9 2016. Photo Submitted.

A tribute band dedicated to reviving Queen’s signature flamboyant style are to give a performance at Banbury’s The Mill Arts Centre in the New Year.

Supreme Queen’s live show pays homage to the theatrical rock band, with 20 years of experience in entertaining the crowds.

Frontman Scott Maley’s powerful voice conjures up flashbacks to some of Freddy’s best moments on stage. Along with his look and stage persona, Scott successfully captures the memory of an iconic music legend.

He will be joined at The Mill by the rest of the band, including Nathan Mathers on electric guitar.

The group’s attention to detail is second to none and extends to their use of identical equipment used by Queen on stage at the height of their career.

Supreme Queen’s gig will take place at The Mill on Saturday, January 9 at 8pm.

Tickets cost £18.50 each. To book, go to: www.themillartscentre.co.uk or call the Box Office on 01295 279002.