Today FM Is Bringing You Three Unmissable Gigs with their ‘LIVE For One Night Only’ series.
This weekend Today FM will be airing three never-heard-before concerts as live across their new digital music streams, Today FM 80s, Today FM 90s and Today XM. The live concerts will take place at scheduled times across the weekend and will feature all of the greatest hits from Queen, Whitney Houston and Oasis.
Each stream will be delivering the ultimate live concert from each of these three iconic artists, using a variety of official live releases edited together to create a seamless listening experience each night.
All that you have to do is just sit back, close your eyes, take in the atmosphere and you’re there.
Queen LIVE for one night only on Today FM 80s:
Freddie Mercury and Queen are one of the most successful and influential bands of all time. Regularly voted the ‘Greatest Frontman Who Ever Lived’, from the minute he stepped out onto a stage, Mercury held the audience in the palm of his hand.
With his super human vocal ability, Freddie could sing anything and his band could play anything, working across a number of genres throughout their career, such as Hard-Rock, Synth-Pop, Opera and Acoustic Ballads.
Queen LIVE will air on Friday night on Today FM 80s at between 8-10PM.
Whitney Houston LIVE for one night only on Today FM 90s:
Madonna had the shock value, Jackson had the moves, Prince had the hunger and Whitney had the voice.
A true global superstar from the moment she released her first single ‘Saving All My Love for You’ in 1985, we reached peak Whitney at Christmas 1992 when she shot to number one with her cover of Dolly Parton’s ‘I Will Always Love You’.
Despite her many and oft- reported personal problems, she never lost her desire to perform and remains, in the very best sense of the word, one of popular music’s true Divas. You can experience Whitney Houston LIVE between 8-9.30PM over on Today FM 90s.
Revel in Oasis LIVE for one night only on Today XM:
One thing all of our three featured artists possess is a big voice, Liam Gallagher barrelled out of Burnage sounding like a cross between Johnny Rotten and John Lennon.
Arguably the Last Great Rockstar he only needs to stand stock still and open his mouth to whip up a crowd, as evidenced as recently as last Friday at Malahide Castle.
Along with his brother Noel, their band Oasis was responsible for a new excitement in British Rock through the mid 1990’s and beyond. Swagger, attitude and belief (that’s just the voice), Liam has it all.
“This was taken backstage at the Club Quattro, Tokyo. The band received a lot of attention from the girls after the shows in Japan; they had an armoury of records, CDs and other paraphernalia for the band to sign, and as the tour went on the attention grew from a rockfall to an avalanche. Oasis loved the fact that the gigs were all done by 8pm and the night was still young!” Photographer Paul Slattery released ‘Oasis: A Year On The Road’ back in 2008, documenting the band’s early ’94 touring days, in a series of previously unseen, intimate shots. You can get hold of the book here: ▶︎ https://Oasis.lnk.to/KHPgn
Hear Noel, Liam and Oasis power through an unparalleled set of The People’s Anthems, this Sunday at 8PM on Today XM.
Listen live in your living room, blare it on your speakers, tune in in the car, no matter where you are this weekend, and make sure you’re tuned in to Today FM’s music streams.
Simply download the Today FM app and click the More Music icon in the top left corner to access these three nights of incredible live gigs or stream it on TodayFM.com.