WPDH Soundcheck: Queen, More Popular Than Ever Before
This week on the WPDH Soundcheck it's Queen from the Milton Keynes Bowl in England, Jethro Tull and new hall of famer Stevie Nicks. Recorded as it happened and you'll hear all of them Sunday night at 10pm on 101.5 WPDH and on your WPDH mobile app.
Queen's popularity has never been as big and now with a new generation of fans as the biopic "Bohemian Rhapsody" has now made over 500 million dollars worldwide. For those who want to see it again or who haven't seen it yet, it will be available next month on DVD and through digital download.
We have included some christmas classics "live" from Jethro Tull. The master of the flute Ian Andersen hooked up with ELP's Greg Lake several years ago in a church in London to perform "I Believe In Father Christmas" plus a live recording of another Tull holiday classic.
Stevie Nicks will be in the class of 2019 when she is inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in the Spring in Brooklyn at the Barclay's Center. She is the 23rd person to be inducted as a "double inductee", meaning she is already in the hall of fame with her band Fleetwood Mac, and now she will be honored as a solo artist.