The idea of a one-man band is nothing new, but Fredde Gredde takes this notion to novel heights with his Killer Queen cover. Gredde created the music video above in several takes with seven other "clones" that perform each instrument and vocal arrangement. The result is nothing short of sensational; Gredde hits each note, slide and solo convincingly.
If Fredde Gredde's voice sounds familiar to you, it's likely due to his medley of songs featured on The Simpsons, which we featured in mid-March. During his Killer Queen cover, he takes on several instruments. The two-minute video sees Gredde play rhythm and lead guitar, a bongo drum, a tin whistle, an accordion and the keyboard.
Does this Fredde Gredde cover of Killer Queen do Queen proud?
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