Queen Uncovered

Unseen Photographs, Rarities and Insights From Life With A Rock 'n' Roll Band


Peter Hince spent 13 years as head roadie for Queen. His collection of photographs and ephemera from the band’s personal and public moments will finally see the light of day for the first time. It’s a unique photographic record of one of the most celebrated rock bands of all time. From concerts in Munich to Japan, Hince follows Queen from studio to street to stage. Facsimiles of handwritten notes from recording sessions, photos of the band in the studio, images of cassettes given to Hince to debut at clubs, Freddie Mercury with and without a mustache . . . the list goes on. Along with many candid moments are great photos of the various items collected from more than a decade of tours: backstage passes, matchbooks, set lists, and more.

About the author(s)

Peter Hince is a photographer, writer and for well over a decade was the head roadie for the rock band, Queen. He lived, worked and toured with the band as they recorded some of rock 'n' roll's greatest music.

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