They returned for an encore which included the instrumental Bareback, a cover of Queen's Tie Your Mother Down and Love On The Rocks which Justin performed while being carried through the crowd on a roadie's shoulders.
What does TYMD stand for?
TYMD stands for Tie Your Mother Down (Foo Fighters song)
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Thousands danced in St John's Gardens and in the traffic free streets all around, hoisting up their umbrellas and wrapped in ponchos, to We Will Rock You, Tie Your Mother Down and Somebody to Love.
Thousands danced in St John's Gardens and in the traffic free streets all around, hoisting up their umbrellas and wrapped in bin bags, to We Will Rock You, Tie Your Mother Down and Somebody to Love.
The unmistakable sound of Brian May on lead guitar got the crowd going as they kicked off the night with the Queen classic Hammer to Fall and Tie Your Mother Down.
Hammer To Fall, Tie Your Mother Down, Radio Ga Ga, We Will Rock You and Another One Bites The Dust reinforced Brian May and Roger Taylor's rock and roll credentials.
But using the band's rockier back catalogue - Tie Your Mother Down, I Want to Break Free - suited the former Free singer's gravelly voice as did a few of his own hits and songs from the trio's average new album, The Cosmos Rocks.
For that reason last night's show took time to gain momentum but when it did May's undoubted charm, as much as his undeniable virtuosity, won over the fans and a finale that combined We Will Rock You with Tie Your Mother Down certainly sent them home hap py.
Rodgers runs onto the stage, twirling his mic stand, and storms into Hammer To Fall, Tie Your Mother Down and Fat Bottomed Girls before leading the crowd in a call and response session for Another One Bites The Dust.