70 konserter i Karlstad

Utöver att firandet av Freddie fortsätter under 2017 så firar Johan Boding - Night of Queen Band & Choir 70 kvällar i Karlstad.

2008 - 2010 24 kvällar på Scalateatern "A Night At the Opera"
2011 - 2012 4 kvällar på Karlstad CCC "A Night At the Opera"
2012 9 kvällar på Scalateatern "Keep Yourself Alive"
2013 2 kvällar på Karlstad CCC "Keep Yourself Alive"
2013 - 2014 25 julshower på Nöjesfabriken "A Kind of Magic"
2014 1 Gratiskonsert på Sandgrundsudden
2016 4 kvällar på Scalateatern "Freddie 70 Years"

Summa: 69 kvällar. - över 30 000 i publiken!

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Voices from the audience:

Saw your show in Sweden, Vadstena (Vadstena Slott) 20.7.2013, and what a great experience to see your awesome performance in an old castle yard on a beautiful Swedish summer night. What a beautiful place, too. Being a long-time Queen fan from 70's, shortly put: you are by far the BEST Queen cover I've ever seen on video or live. Please don't stop! Want to see you again and again!

Wow, what a show! I visited lots of Queen-coverbands (and a original Queen-concert in Holland and the Tribute in London) but what I see here is really good! Ten years ago Gary Mullen (One Night Of Queen) blew me out of my socks but when I visited him last month in Tilburg (NL) he has become "One Night Of Gary Mullen" ...Freddie was almost gone ... Will you also vist The Netherlands with your tour? Please let me now and I will come ! :-)

Loved the show Johan Boding as I knew I would. You must be so proud to receive such comments from Queen fans. Can't wait to see you again but will have to make do with the dvd in the meantime.


Thought the advertising "probably the best Queen sound alike in the world" would prove to be a little over the top but no, it was truly an amazing experience. From the opening number to the grand finale, Johan Boding and friends kept the audience enthralled with his almost reverential treatment of the work and memory of Freddie Mercury.

Thank you all for a great show. It was sooo good. So happy that I finally got the oportunity to see it.