“The government controls all the music. Nobody plays instruments. They’re born realizing that something’s not right.” She and fellow lead Brian Justin Crum as Galileo escape and run into Bohemians who live underground and who are gathering all the artifacts they can to figure out what rock and roll was and how it liberated people, she says. “Gallileo and Scaramouche join them. Galileo finds rock and roll and resurrects it, and the world is saved,” she says, also promising that the ending, with the three greatest Queen songs, will have people out of their seats.
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