Watch And Relive Queen’s Earls Court 1977 Concert

Watch And Relive Queen’s Earls Court 1977 Concert | I Love Classic Rock Videos

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Less than a month after the release of their successful album News of The World, Queen decided to depart on a tour all over North America, Europe, and the UK, to extensively promote the album more. One of the highlighted concerts was done in Earl’s Court in West London, back in 1977.

The band were as feisty and as magnificent as ever, implying that they have finally recognized their popularity mark and has the potential for sold-out concerts. At this point, the band have revamped their whole stage antics with different props, different outfits (with Freddie Mercury’s iconic leotards), and different songs setlist. The tour was the first one to feature the anthemic “We Will Rock You,” “We Are the Champions,” and “Love of My Life” —- songs that established the legendary concerts of Queen. For Earls Court concert, however, the band had not yet started on using those. Although the iconic hits such as “Somebody to Love,” “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Killer Queen,” “Tie Your Mother Down,” etc. were included.


The setlist is as follows:


“Tie your mother down”

“Ogre battle”

“White queen”

“Somebody to love”

“Killer queen”

“Good old-fashoned lover boy”

“The millionaire waltz”

“You’re my best friend”

“Bring back that leroy brown”

“Death on two legs”

“Doing all right”

“Brighton rock”

guitar solo

“Brighton rock (reprised)”


“You take my breath away”

“White man”

“The prophet’s song”

“Bohemian rhapsody”

“Keep yourself alive”

“Stone cold crazy”

“In the lap of the gods”

“Now I’m here”



“Rock ‘n’ roll medley”