Bohemian Rhapsody? Another One Bites the Dust? Killer Queen?
It can be difficult to pick your favourite Queen track.
Don't miss your chance to belt out all of the iconic rock band's classic songs when Bohemian Rhapsody comes to Camden Civic Centre on May 18.
Bohemian Rhapsody is Australia's top Queen tribute show, featuring Freddie Mercury impersonator and frontman Thomas Crane.
Crane has embodied the energy of Mercury for more than two decades. He has appeared on TV programs including Australia's Got Talent and the Today Morning Show.
Crane told the Advertiser that his Queen journey began as a "bit of a laugh and joke" about 25 years ago.
"I was doing opera singing lessons and we performed a Queen song one day," he said.
"I had pretty much the same tone as Freddie and it went from there.
"People have kept coming to ours shows, so we must be on the right track."
Queen was formed in 1970 and the band's legend has continued to grow over the past five decades.
The band, led by Mercury, gained a reputation for delivering high energy shows in front of big crowds.
Bohemian Rhapsody is touring NSW on the back of the success of the Academy Award-winning movie, Bohemian Rhapsody.
Crane said his band also promised to play an up tempo show.
"We play a high energy show, I nearly pulled my hamstring [when performing] the other night. I like to move around on stage like Freddie did," he said.
"My doctor says I'm lucky because I've managed to stay the same weight over the years, and I've kept the same pants from when I started.
"I was built to do this I guess and I can do what Freddie did."
Queen's biggest tracks have included Bohemian Rhapsody, We Will Rock You, We Are the Champions, Another One Bites the Dust and Killer Queen.
Crane promised to perform all of Queen's greatest hits at the Camden concert.
"People in the crowd know every song and they sing along - it's great interaction," the frontman said.
Crane said his band checked out the Camden venue this week and he was left with a lasting memory.
"I noticed a beautiful grand piano up the back of the room. I'm keen to dust the cobwebs off that [to play]," he said.
Bohemian Rhapsody will perform at the Camden Civic Centre on Saturday, May 18 at 8pm.
Tickets are $42 each.