Entertainment River City star Tom Urie sings all parts of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody in impressive rendition

14:40  01 august  2020
14:40  01 august  2020 Source:   msn.com

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" Summer by the River " London bridge city An event where the audience was singing the songs together - like one huge Karaoke Everyone was energetic

Bohemian Rhapsody has been named the most streamed song from the 20th century, overtaking The song is currently as popular as it has been in a generation, following the release of the Queen biopic In a statement accompanying the news, Queen guitarist Brian May said: “So the river of rock

Throughout lockdown, celebrities and well-known faces have been taking to the internet in a bid to keep us all entertained.

Whether it be virtual concerts, Zoom chat comedy routines or inspirational videos, there's been no shortage of content to keep us ticking over until things go back to the new normal.

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Bohemian Rhapsody is an enthralling celebration of Queen , their music, and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury, who defied stereotypes and

But to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Queen ' s Bohemian Rhapsody , dancers from The English National ballet have recorded their own take on the classic hit. Then he places a hand on her shoulder and Erina gracefully lifts her leg so James can slide under it in an impressive move.

But you'll be hard pushed to find anything as impressive as Scots actor Tom Urie's rendition of Queen's classic ballad Bohemian Rhapsody.

The River City star has a fair set of pipes on him and showed them off in style during an inventive online performance from his home studio.

Singing the different melodies layered over each other in separate clips, the 51-year-old matched Freddie Mercury note for note while nailing the piano and guitar parts.

a group of people posing for the camera: Tom Urie sang every part of the classic ballad in an incredible performance © Tom Urie/Facebook Tom Urie sang every part of the classic ballad in an incredible performance

Tom even climbs the scale into the vocal stratosphere to recreate Brian May's famous solo using just his voice.

His rendition went down a hit with social media users, racking up over 44,000 views on Facebook and drawing praise from gobsmacked followers.

Margaret Andrew said: "Fantastic Tom - you are so talented."

While Linda Henderson wrote: "OMG.. WOW .. abso-flippin-lutely AMAZING. Thank you so much for sharing this."

And Elsa Beattie commented: "Wow ! That was Fabulous, Amazing, Brilliant, Wonderful and all other similar words to describe genius - which you are to have produced, and your voice ? WOW!

"Thank you for all the work you put into that- INCREDIBLE!"

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The league will begin in October and there are some tasty affairs on the opening day.Hearts will kick off the Championship season with a game against Dundee in what could be a feisty affair given the latter's role in the relegation of the Tynecastle club.

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