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Freddie Mercury's Last Moments on Camera: Watch Behind-the-Scenes Footage from His Final Video Performance!

October 8th was the last time Freddie Mercury performed on stage. At the time, he was terribly ill with AIDS, although he didn't want people to know about it. He announced that fact the day before he died. Being ill he continued to compose and record songs and even took part in making videos. Show More Summary

Pentatonix ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Cover Will Make You Queen Out: WATCH

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

“It was either going to be massive or it was going to be nothing,” said Queen’s Roger Taylor of Freddie Mercury’s iconic masterpiece, “Bohemian Rhapsody.” And well, it turned out to be the former. Premier a cappella group Pentatonix tackles the… Read The post Pentatonix ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Cover Will Make You Queen Out: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.

Watch Rami Malek Go Full Mountain Man in the Buster’s Mal Heart Trailer

Mr. Robot’s Rami Malek is a man on the verge. There’s that almost too-perfect casting as Freddie Mercury in an upcoming biopic, and while this could be the moment for Malek to nose his way into blockbusters, rom-coms, or the other usual performance trappings of an actor on the rise, ... More »

Queer Icon Freddie Mercury Gets New Life Through Polish-Born Performer

3 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Out.com

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Freddie Mercury's Isolated Vocals From "Somebody to Love" Will Move You to Tears

"Bohemian Rhapsody" may be the Queen song everyone sings at the top of their lungs in the car (thanks, Wayne's World), but "Somebody to Love" is objectively one of the greatest songs of all time. But why are we talking about this now,...Show More Summary

Freddie Mercury’s First Video Footage from 1964 Shows the Future Frontman of Queen Shy and Reserved

A short silent film clip of a teenage Freddie Mercury (or Farrokh Bulsara by his real name) has surfaced online. The footage was filmed by one of his friends at Isleworth Polytechnic College in West London during Freddie’s first semester there in 1964 – the year his family migrated to England from Zanzibar. Show More Summary

James Corden vs. Adam Lambert: Who's the Better Queen Front Man?

James Corden has a bone to pick with Adam Lambert. The Late Late Show host challenged the American Idol alum and current Queen front man to a sing-off to determine who could best follow in Freddie Mercury's footsteps. "I don't think I'd be a better front man for Queen. Show More Summary

Freddie Mercury’s Dark Past Uncovered In Bombshell New Show

A new show reveals the inside story of the Freddie Mercury you never knew — and RadarOnline.com has all the juicy details. Freddie Mercury: The Great Pretender Revealed, a… READ ON

George Michael and Freddie Mercury were kindred artists

4 months agoNews : The Raw Story

After George Michael captivated 72,000 at Wembley Stadium in 1992 by putting his stamp on Queen’s “Somebody to Love” during the Freddie Mercury tribute concert, the pop superstar reflected on the experience with awe. “It was probably the proudest moment of my career,” said Michael, who by then had...

George Michael and Freddie Mercury Traced Parallel Arcs and Styles

4 months agoNews : Newsweek: US

After George Michael captivated 72,000 at Wembley Stadium in 1992 by putting his stamp on Queen’s “Somebody to Love” during the Freddie Mercury tribute concert, the pop superstar reflected on the experience with awe. “It was probably the proudest moment of my career,” said Michael, who by then had already released 10  No. Show More Summary

George Michael Rehearsing Queen’s ‘Somebody to Love’ Will Wreck You

It's 1992 and the biggest musical artists are getting ready for the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert in London. The Queen front man had died just a year prior of AIDS-related pneumonia, and the money from the concert would go to his memory and fund AIDS research. The concert featured performances ... More »

VIDEO: George Michael Once Sang 'Somebody to Love' with Queen & Sounded Amazing!

George Michael once sang the famous Queen song “Somebody to Love” at a tribute concert for the late Freddie Mercury and the video has resurfaced following the singer’s sudden death. The video was filmed at a rehearsal for the concert in 1992 and George sounds amazing in the clip! Brian May, the lead guitarist of [...]

Behind-the-scenes footage of George Michael and David Bowie will give you the chills

Seeing some of the musical legends who passed away in 2016 all together brings on a whole new wave of sadness. People on Twitter are sharing this amazing video of a rehearsal for a 1992 tribute concert to Freddie Mercury. In it, George...Show More Summary

‘Mr. Robot’ Creator Planning a Trip to ‘Metropolis’ (The German Expressionist One)

4 months agoHumor / odd : Nerd Bastards

A source of inspiration for generations of artists, including Freddie Mercury and George Lucas, Metropolis stands as one of early cinema’s greatest achievements. The 1927 film by Fritz Lang was one of the first of its kind, a feature-length sci-fi film with a message and one of the foremost examples of German expressionism, a movement […]

To Prepare for Rami Malek’s Freddie Mercury Biopic, Please Enjoy a Few Seconds of Him Wearing a Big Honkin’ Moustache

In case you hadn't heard, Rami Malek has signed on to play Freddie Mercury in a new biopic. This might be a little hard to process, because (a) Freddie Mercury is famous for, among other things, his great big ol' moustache and (b) Rami Malek is not known for having ... More »

Freddie Mercury’s Isolated Vocal Track From “We Are The Champions” Will Send Shivers Down Your Spine

Melodic perfection. The post Freddie Mercury’s Isolated Vocal Track From “We Are The Champions” Will Send Shivers Down Your Spine appeared first on The Good Men Project.

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