FANS of Freddie Mercury believe they may have solved the 21-year puzzle of his final resting place. A memorial plaque to the legendary Queen singer, who died of Aids aged 45 in 1991, has been discovered in Kensal Green Cemetery, West London.
FRIENDS and family of Queen legend Freddie Mercury are set to dress up as the star - complete with fake moustaches - to celebrate what would have been his 65th birthday. Freddie Mercury (Pic: DM) FRIENDS and family of Queen legend Freddie Mercury are set to dress up as the star ...
Any Freddie Mercury fans here? - posted in Music: I just love his voice... For a man who was of such a small build he sure had a set of pipes on him! How did he make that growl type sound? Epic imrov New detailed interview.
Best Answer: NO ONE can replace dear Freddie Mercury (and thanks for spelling his name right, it's my pet peeve!) I just don't like any of the substitutes anymore, at first I didn't mind, but it just depresses me. He was so talented...!
Freddie Mercury died of AIDS related causes in London on 24th November 1991. Immediately the remaining members of Queen and Jim Beach their manager took the decision to raise money and awareness about AIDS in his memory. Together they organised the 1992 Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert ...
Metro News is reporting that the Freddie Mercury biopic will probably not happen now that Sacha Baron Cohen is out. Their reportage is based on the BBC tweeting something they claim to have been told by screenwriter Peter Morgan.
New book alert! This time it's one written by Queen's head roadie, Peter "Ratty" Hince, who I'm sure most of you will have heard of. He looked after Freddie and John on tour, and also their instruments, as well as overseeing most of the transportation of Queen's equipment.
Dozens of Queen and Freddie Mercury fans have submitted videos for the contest, ... The similarity to Freddie Mercury is shockingly uncanny. Photo: Calcamac/Flickr. Marc Martelâ€™s audition video for Queen Extravaganza has gone viral.
Renault's unique two-seat Twizy attended arguably its most star-studded UK event recently, as a show-stealing, four-wheeled lifestyle accessory to help raise money for the rocking charity 'Freddie For A Day'.