In 1985 something terrible happened.
Two of rock & roll’s great singers came together to perform a classic Motown hit. Their intentions were good, but the product of their collaboration (which in hindsight probably wasn’t a good idea to start) did irremediable damage to the lives of their fans.
Music would never be the same.
Here is comedian/musician Rick Miller singing Queen’s classic “Bohemian Rhapsody” with twenty-five spot on impressions of twenty-five very distinct (a nice way of saying annoying) voices of rock & roll. Some of the impressions he does include Bob Dylan, Jon Bon Jovi, Barney (yes, the dinosaur), Tom Petty, Ozzy Osbourne, and Axel Rose. Miller is talented, hilarious, and he kind of looks like Prince, so I’m counting that as his twenty-sixth impression.