New London exhibition celebrates live music…

QUEEN‘s 1985 performance at LIVE AID has been voted the best live show by a band of all time.

And The Rolling Stones, Dizzee Rascal, Kaiser Chiefs[/a] are also honoured new exhibition ‘Living The Moment’, which opens in London this week.

Pictures for exhibition were voted for by the public from a shortlist drawn-up by Michael Jackson, former Johnny Cash Carl Barat and O’Sinead Connor singer Ricky Wilson among others.

The results of the vote and celebrity choices are been shown at Sony Ericsson Proud Galleries in Camden from this Friday (July 29).

Queen‘s Live Aid gig won a whopping 79% of the vote in the bands category, with their nearest rival, [url=]The Beatles’ show on the roof of their Apple building, trailing at just 7%.

The most controversial gig of all time was judged to be Beastie Boys[/a] at the 1996 Brit Awards, [/a] at Folsom Prison and [a] tearing up a picture of Pope John Paul II were also shortlisted.

[/a] going electric at the Manchester Free Trade Hall in 1966 was named the best solo artist performance ahead of [a] killing off his Ziggy Stardust character in 1973.

The best festival gig was judged to be [/a] and the Kaiser Chiefs‘ joint show at London Brixton Academy won out in the dance/hip-hop category.