New book – Visions of Queen

Visions Of Queen
Visions Of Queen

A new book is coming soon, a photographic book – with unseen pictures. Visions Of Queen – Steve Emberton, Alan Perry Foreword by Bruce Murray

Drawing on the archives of Record Mirror staff photographer Steve Emberton and concert photographer Alan Perry, Visions of Queen, contains fabulous colour and monochrome images of the band taken between 1975, as ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ was climbing up the charts, through to December 1979. The vast majority of which have never been published before. Most of the images have been scanned directly from the original negatives, which have laid untouched since the day the photos were taken and have been painstakingly restored in order to present them at the best quality possible.

Included in this collection are images taken near the beginning of the 1975 UK Night At The Opera Tour in Coventry, and at London’s Hammersmith Odeon; Hyde Park in 1976; previously unseen images from the Day At The Races press launch at Kempton Park in September 1976; Wembley Arena on the News Of The World tour in 1978 and from Manchester and Liverpool on the 1979 Crazy Tour. In all over 160 glorious images of Queen at their peak.

With a foreword by Bruce Murray, Freddie Mercury’s band mate from his first group The Hectics, along with personal anecdotes from the photographers make, Visions of Queen, an essential tome that documents Queen’s ascendancy from theatres to arenas.

Go here to pre-order – and get four FREE prints of photos not in the book!

The book will also be available at the Queen Fan Club Conventin with the free prints, and photographer Steve Emberton be along a guest and will sign copies.