Live Aid had one of the most impressive line-ups ever: The Who, Led Zeppelin, U2, Bob Dylan, David Bowie, Neil Young and many more. It was Queen, however, that completely stole the show. By that point they were among the best live bands on the planet. When punk and new wave bands were stripping down their shows, Queen were glamming them up as much as possible. Driving the whole thing was Freddie Mercury, who thrived in the spotlight like no performer before or since. Since his death Queen's Brian May and Roger Taylor have carried on with Paul Rodgers and other frontmen, but they'd probably be the first to say that recapturing the magic of the original is completely impossible.