Added on 27-Nov-2005
Glowing Tribute To Freddie Mercury On Rockradio.comToday's Sunday 11/27/2005 rockradio.com news has a glowing, esteemed tribute, to the one and only, legendary Freddie Mercury, highlighting his music, his talent, his career, his showmanship, as well as his celestial stealing the show at Live Aid, on this week's 14 years, since his passing on November 24, 1991.
''Sunday, November 27, 2005''
''Flashback: Freddie Mercury dies''
''It was this week 14 years ago that Freddie Mercury died of AIDS-related bronchopneumonia in his home in Kensington in London aged 45.''
''Born Farrokh Bulsara, the charismatic performer joined forces with guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor to form Queen in 1970.''
''With the addition of bassist John Deacon, the British band achieved great musical success through a consistent period of 20 years. Popular songs Mercury penned include Bohemian Rhapsody, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Killer Queen, Somebody to Love and We are the Champions.''
''His unparalleled stage presence and vocal abilities make him one of the greatest Rock and Roll frontmen of all time. Live Aid in 1985 was his finest hour. Performing live with Queen to a TV audience of over a billion, he secured his place in history, as most fans and critics agreed: Freddie Mercury and Queen stole the show.''
''Tune in to Queen Hour this Sunday for a tribute to Freddie Mercury.''