Photos courtesy of Roberto Salvadori, WWRY Official Italian Fan Club
COMMENT ON SHOW: The last concert of the Candlelight tour, great show with a lot of fun, Brian in fine form and speaking in Maltese to. One of the best renditions of Born Free and Dust In The Wind played (with real wind) are just two of the highlights of the show. [Davide Traversi]
SET LIST – ST GEORGE’S SQUARE, VALLETTA
– 4 April 2014
I Who Have Nothing
Dust in the Wind
Somebody to Love
Tell Me What You See
Nothing Really Has Changed
The Way We Were
Kissing Me Song
I’m not that Girl
If I loved you
Love Of My Life
I Can’t Be Your Friend
Is This The World?
Tie Your Mother Down
Crazy Little Thing
BRIAN MAY MAKES PLEA AGAINST SPRING HUNTING
05 April 2014
Brian May stunned the 4,000-strong crowd that gathered in St George’s Square in Valletta this evening when he made a passionate plea for a vote against spring hunting.
Signatures that could lead to an abrogative referendum have been collected and submitted to the Electoral Commission, which must now verify the 40,000-plus signatures.
Queen legend guitarist Brian May, who started by addressing the crowd in Maltese “Kif intom, hbieb?” (How are you, my friends?) gave the anti-spring hunting coalition a big push when, in between songs from Beatles, Kansas and, of course, Queen, told the young and old that spring hunting should not be taking place.
His performance was preceded by Winter Moods.
The concert is part of activities being held this year to commemorate the 50th anniversary of independence, 40th anniversary of Republic Day, 35th anniversary of Freedom Day and 10th anniversary of Malta’s membership in the European Union.
Hear Brian’s comments below:
Brian May speaks out on spring hunting in Malta