One Night of Queen

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Gary Mullen and The Works
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One Night of Queen
Background information
Also known as Gary Mullen and The Works
Genres Tribute act
Instruments Vocals, synthesizer, Keyboards, Guitar Drums
Years active 2001 - present

One Night of Queen is a touring two-hour stage show, paying tribute to the stage theatrics and music of Queen. It is performed by Gary Mullen and The Works, a band headed by Freddie Mercury imitator Gary Mullen, who had previously won the competition show Stars in Their Eyes with his vocal and visual imitation of Mercury. The other members of the band are Davie Brockett on guitar, Jon Halliwell on drums, Billy Moffat on bass and Malcolm Gentles on keyboards.[1]

Gary Mullen and The Works[edit]

After winning Stars In Their Eyes in 2000 by receiving a record breaking number of votes for the show[citation needed], Mullen began touring with his band The Works, putting on a sell-out tribute show known as One Night Of Queen.

The show takes references from many 1980s Queen tours, using a modified custom built lighting rig, made to emulate the lighting rigs used during several Queen tours between 1980 and 1986. Mullen and The Works have taken their tribute show on numerous tours across Europe, New Zealand and the US.[2][3]


Since it began in 2001 the One Night Of Queen show has gained celebrity admirers including actor Kevin Pollak, Governor of Texas Rick Perry and singer Rick Astley [4][5][6]


  1. ^ Band line up
  2. ^ One night of queen
  3. ^ Fan Page
  4. ^ Official site news
  5. ^ Kevin Pollak talks about One Night of Queen & Billy Moffat
  6. ^ The Work With Rick Astley

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