Freddie Mercury

Freddie Mercury

Freddie Mercury is a singer who has become the emblem of an entire generation. Frontman of Queen has remained in history as one of the greatest musicians ever

Freddie Mercury is the stage name of Farrokh Bulsara, a British citizen born in Zanzibar on 5 September 1946 and died in London in November 1991. In addition to being a successful songwriter and musician, he was also a renowned composer international. Founder of the rock group Queen, he was his frontman until his death. Nowadays he is remembered for his innate vocal talent, a truly unique charisma and a personality on the stage out of the ordinary. He wrote songs of planetary success, such as Bohemian Rhapsody, Crazy Little Thing Called Love and Play The Game.

The other songs written by Freddi Mercury that deserve to be remembered are Don't Stop Me Now, Likker Queen, We Are The Champions and Somebody To Love. In the 1980s he also released two solo albums, which are Mr. Bad Guy and Barcelona. Both gained global success. Freddie Mercury died of AIDS, which led to the development of severe bronchopneumonia. On April 20, 1992 the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert was organized, an event dedicated to the memory of the British rock star.

The funds raised from the concert were used to found The Mercury Phoenix Trust, an existing institution still engaged in the fight against the HIV virus. Freddie Mercury has been ranked as the 18th of all the greatest singers in the history of music. It also occupied the first position among the best rock singers ever. Freddie spent his childhood in Africa, in Zanzibar, and during his adult life he often remembered those places, also admitting that he preferred life in Britain.

Before Queen he sang in other groups, always engaged in rock music. Knowing that he was suffering from AIDS, Freddie hid the disease from both his family members and other members of Queen until 1989. After due investigations, Freddie confessed that he was infected with HIV to his closest friends. His last appearance on live television is dated February 18, 1990, when he had to receive a Queen award at the BRIT Music Awards. Since then the health of the Queen frontman has progressively deteriorated, until his death on November 24, 1991. After himself Freddie left a significant influence on mass culture and was an inspiration for many of the modern rock bands. .

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