Cute singers. Belt-y vocals. Adele covers. Yes, we know — nothing exactly novel. Related: Freddie Mercury’s Isolated Vocal Track From “We Are The Champions” Will Send Shivers Down Your Spine And yet… We can’t help but go gaga (excuse the phrase) over Fernando Daniel’s inspired rendition of “When We Were Young” during his audition for The [...]
Take a behind the scenes look at a virtual reality experiment from Google Play and Queen. The Bohemian Rhapsody Experience offers a journey through Queen frontman Freddie Mercury’s subconscious mind and recreates the sensation of being onstage with the band, with visual and audio elements that respond to your movements. Show More Summary
It looks like Freddie Mercury officially has a permanent place in the firmament, as Brian May has officially announced that an asteroid has been named after his former Queen bandmate. Asteroid 17473 was discovered in 1991. Perceptive readers may note that this is the same year Mercury died. Show More Summary
Freddie Mercury's childhood home in London will now have a blue plaque, the UK's acknowledgement of a significant historical person or place. This endearing film chronicles how it was made. (more…)
As far as I know, Bruce Lee and Freddie Mercury never actually met in real life. But thanks to this toy and game-themed Japanese Twitter account, their action figures are now best friends. Admittedly, I can’t quite figure out exactly what’s unfolding on @suekichiii’s account. But I have to imagine it would be even better scored by Queen’s “You’re My Best Friend.” (more…)
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One of the giants of 1970s rock now shares his name with not one but two celestial bodies. Freddie Mercury, the former lead singer of the 1970s rock group Queen, has been honored by having an asteroid named after him....
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Queen-Loving Astronomer Renames Asteroid After Freddie Mercury Freddie Mercury, Queen's bisexual frontman, had an asteroid named after him — just in time for what would have been his 70th birthday. Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
Suggesting that the iconic Queen frontman didn’t so much die back in 1991 as achieve his true form, The Guardian is reporting that an asteroid has now been formally identified as none other than Freddie Mercury—or it’s been named after him, at least, which is more accurate but a little less exciting. Show More Summary
The celestial body was discovered in the same year Mercury died at age 45. It was dedicated to the singer in honor of what would have been his 70th birthday, his bandmate Brian May announced.
'Freddiemercury' is leaping through the sky 200 million miles from Earth.
Possibly the greatest front man that ever lived, Freddie Mercury has had an asteroid named after him to mark his 70th birthday. Queen guitarist Brian May posted
An asteroid has been named for the Queen lead singer, who died on 1991.
Asteroid 17473 a 3.5km-wide celestial object on the other side of Mars, will be named after the late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury. Queen’s Brian May made the announcement on Monday, which would have been Mercury’s 70th birthday. The Gua… Read The post Queen’s Brian May Announces the Naming of an Asteroid After Freddie Mercury: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Celebrated Queen front man Freddie Mercury would have turned 70 years old on September 5th. In celebration of Mercury’s life and influence on the world, the International Astronomical Union and the Minor Planet […]
It’s hard to believe that were he still with us today, Freddie Mercury (born Farrokh Bulsara), the lead singer of Queen who died nearly 25 years ago from AIDS, would be 70 years old today. To many, Mercury was the greatest rock and roll singer of all time. Show More Summary
Is this the real life? Is this just astronomy?