first_img Facebook Google+ By Jon Zimney – December 3, 2020 2 237 More Hoosiers needed for Notre Dame COVID-19 Registry survey WhatsApp Google+ WhatsApp Pinterest (Photo supplied/Centers For Disease Control and Prevention) Researchers at Notre Dame still need Hoosiers to take part in a study regarding COVID-19 and how it’s affected their lives and livelihoods.The Indiana COVID-19 Registry is a research project that provides real-time information on the spread of the virus, as well as who is being affected, and how.Questions range from health to personal-wealth and include whether you’ve been tested for the virus, possible side-effects, and whether the pandemic has affected your job, paycheck or mental health.The data gathered will stay private and, though the results will be published, names won’t be attached.The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete online.Click HERE for the survey. Facebook IndianaLocalNews Previous articlePreventing bullying in Michigan: “Adults have to do more”Next articleO’Brien Fitness Center undergoing renovations Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. Pinterest Twitter Twitterlast_img read more

first_imgQueen is one of the best bands to ever walk the earth. Their unique mixture of progressive rock and pop music, the guitar mastery of Brian May, and, of course, the undeniable energy and talent of front man Freddie Mercury, made Queen into arguably the best touring rock band on the planet in the early 80s. Playing to huge crowds around the world, there was no bigger band than Queen. Of course, things quickly took a turn for the worse, as Mercury was diagnosed with AIDS, and the band were forced to stop performing. Mercury ended up dying from the disease, and fans around the world continue to mourn the loss of one of rock music’s truest icons.In 1986, however, the band were still flying high, and they brought their huge summer tour to a close with a remarkable 120,000+ person concert at London’s famed Cricket stadium Knebworth Park. Queen were at the peak of their powers, and the energy they show throughout the performance proved their greatness.Opening with “One Vision”, the band hit the stage and never looked back, turning in high energy performances of “Tie Your Mother Down” and “Tear It Up” before busting out some of their mega-hits in Under Pressure” and “Another One Bites The Dust”. In between hits, the band worked in a few improv moments, with Mercury performing a vocal jam early in the show, with the full band taking three minutes to let loose later in the show. Classic Queen songs “I Want To Break Free” and “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” made the set, and of course no Queen show would be complete without the multi-part classic “Bohemian Rhapsody”.The band brought things to a close with an epic double encore. Up first, Queen played a lone encore of “Radio Ga Ga”, before returning to the stage one last time to deliver a quartet of songs classic songs. Starting with “We Will Rock You”, the band then performed “Friends Will Be Friends”, followed by a triumphant “We Are The Champions”. They then walked off to their traditional “God Save The Queen” outro, as that band’s rabid fans unknowingly said goodbye for the last time.See below for a full video from the performance (courtesy of YouTube user TheBEATLESMania100n2), and check out the full setlist below. Queen was legendary, and Freddie Mercury was truly unique, and it’s still amazing to watch him perform all these years later. Enjoy the show! Edit this setlist | More Queen setlistslast_img read more