KillerQueen is also Australia’s only Internationally Touring Act.
Since 2010, the band have performed interstate and overseas in places such as Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, Singapore (3 consecutive years) and Norway (2 years in a row.) KillerQueen headlined the Skaanevik Blues Festival with Journey and Foreigner in 2011 and Thin Lizzy and Twisted Sister in front of 10,000 fans in 2012. KillerQueen also supported Kelly Rowland at the Big Gay Day in Brisbane 2011 in front of 7,000 people. 2014 proved to be another big year for Killer Queen with countless Sold Out shows in and around Australia, ie, Darwin Casino, Cairns Casino (KQ have broken attendance record to date) and Friday night at Twilight at Taronga Zoo Sydney. Another highlight was opening for IceHouse at the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers and closing the year with a New Year’s Eve show for The High Roller Club at the Jupiters Casino Gold Coast, Royal Carribean Cruise Ships, a Mini Tour of India, Twin Towns and South Sydney Juniors NSW performing to thousands of Queen Fans.
KillerQueen have received recognition within the entertainment industry for both their musicality as well as their startling resemblances to the original line-up. In 2010, the band’s very own John Blunt took the stage in a look alike competition for the French Television show Qui Sera Le Meilleur Sosie? In front of 7 million viewers globally.
KillerQueen have featured heavily in all facets of nationwide media with extensive radio coverage, an impressive appearance on Australia’s Got Talent and a feature on Queensland’s Brisbane Extra.
As a whole, Killer Queen have received rave reviews and testimonials from the likes of Danii Minogue, Red Symons, Larry Emdur, Grant Denyer and Glen A. Baker, to name a few.
Killer Queen are Guaranteed to blow your mind, anytime…