Hans started it… Mike called about putting together an act for a big outdoor festival and Hans insisted they do the music of Queen. So, Adam was called, then Bryn. Mike was already playing with Sandip and Erin, so they joined in. Finally, Hans got Dave who filled in all the magical gaps, and they were off.
Mr. Fahrenheit arrived at a fast pace. They played that outdoor festival in North Charleston for an audience exceeding 1400 people. They sold out their second show ( and the next five ) in Mt. Pleasant, then on to Isle Of Palms to play The Windjammer’s outdoor stage for a packed house. Two Sold Out shows in a Hilton Head, a second run at The Windjammer, and next sold out The Charleston Pourhouse.
Mr. Fahrenheit is looking forward to upcoming shows across the Southeast.
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// Lead Vox, Acoustic Guitar
“I enjoy the challenge of performing the songs and the heavy audience interaction.”
// Guitar, Vox
“Being a huge fan of Queen and of Brian May, I could’ve only dreamed of playing their music live and to find musicians with like-minded love of the music and the talent to execute the songs is it’s kinda magic in itself.”
“Bringing these great songs together with such wonderful musicians is a thrill, and the combined presentation is a powerful experience.”
“As a transplant playing music with these talented Charleston locals is a great pleasure and playing John Deacons bass lines was my main driving force.”
“I love that I get to collaborate with some of Charleston’s finest musicians – people I honestly couldn’t have imagined I’d have such an opportunity with. And with them, I get to dress down, I get to build up, and bring back to life an insane repertoire of music I have a whole new appreciation for. That’s pretty damn special.”
// Piano, Vox
“I love the enormous sound and vast range of genres in Queen’s music. I’m proud of the craft each member invests in their parts.”
“Queen’s music since childhood has always seemed intergalactic to me. By now it’s a part of my fabric. It’s an honor to recreate Queen’s magical sound.”
Photos courtesy of Bobby Carrier & Tom Thompson.