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Farrokh Bulsara, his real name, was born on September 5, 1946 in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania and died on November 24, 1991 in London, England. He lived in his early years in India, where he studied and stood out as a ping-pong and hockey champion. He studied piano until he was fourth, and in 1959 he moved to the United Kingdom with his family.
In his adolescence, he studied Ealing Art School as an illustrator and graphic designer. At that time the music was passionate. Jimi Hendrix became a focal point for fans and made drawings and illustrations that decorated Kensington's room.
Mercury consolidated a good friendship with Tim Stafell. Together with Brian May, he formed a team called Smile with the guitar and Roger Taylor. He also met Chris Smith and wrote several songs.
When filed as a graphic designer, he started working on local newspapers in Kensington. In the summer of 1969 he met Liverex, a group called Ibex, who met and joined Bolton, Lancashire, to perform a concert in August 1969, Mercury's first performance.
The group changed its name to Wreckage; However, it was disbanded at the end of the 60s. Freddie picked up another band and found it on Sour Milk Sea. They were happy with the voice and decided to hire them, because they saw a great character and talent.
Chris Chesney's guitarist was a close friend, but he soon broke it. Meanwhile, Tim Stafell, a former vocalist of the band Smile, left his formation. Mercury replaced him and agreed to it, renamed the Queen's team.
In the 1970s, Freddie, John Deacon, Brian May and Roger Taylor were successful, led by Mercury, the first British Top song. and the most famous song of the Rapsodia group in Bohemia.
The British Quarter, which has become a paradigm of progressive rock, has left an indelible mark in the history of music, a source of great success was inexhaustible.
In 1973, he began to concentrate on his career, making his first debut with Queen. Although not well received by the public, Queen II II (1974) did the following year and had an unexpected success.
The Queen released her third album, Sheer Heart Attack (1974), and in 1975 she was successful on her opera night "A night at the Opera". There was a topic of Bohemian rhapsody, mix mastery in a single theme, classical music, metal and pop.
The number in ten weeks in the United Kingdom was also a boom in the United States. In 1975, the group that made Japan became a celebrity. Her songs became hymns, and Royal Ballet adapted her songs.
In the races of the day they marked the massive success of the Queen, as well as the unrestricted adoration of fans. In 1980, Freddy changed his image by cutting his hair and leaving a mustache.
He collaborated with the Royal Opera House in Verdi, when he met Montserrat Caballé, captivated by his voice and then collaborated with over 70,000 people with him.
In the early 80's, the group was very successful and appreciated by the public. Thus, the game called The Crazy Little Singles, and another one will break the dust.
In 1981, he made the most successful first compilation, the next year he launched Hot Space at the top of the press.
Later The works (1984) came. His popularity began to decline in Latin American countries, thus beginning to seek new Latin American, Asian and African markets.
In the following years, he achieved popularity with the likes of The Miracle and Innuendo, in 1991, significantly reduced his performance, which caused rumors about mercury health.
Later, his bisexuality and promiscuity were known singers, announced Immunodeficiency Syndrome Syndrome (AIDS).
On November 24, 1991, Freddy Mercury, one of the icons of contemporary music, died in London, the United Kingdom, because of bronchopneumonia, and could not suffer from the syndromes suffered.
Next spring, the rest of the band members offered at the Queen Wembley Stadium.
The singer who left the whole world that left Barcelona with the magnificent concert that Barcelona sang in 1992 with the soprano Montserrat Caballé, commented that he was not afraid of death, because, according to him, he "lived" his whole life.
On his 60th anniversary, Mercury became a tribute to the United States channel in 2006 with The History Channel, and featured a special program called Freddy Mercury: an unknown story where unknown parties of this international rock legend were published. .
Later, they were published in the Art magazine, some drawings by the Crazy little interpreter, naked in love with the French designer Yves Saint Laurent.
In 2008, in the Queen Paul Rodgers guitar company, he published The Cosmos Rocks's first studio album, an album dedicated to Freddy Mercury and presented at a Spanish concert.
A year later, The Muppets series paid tribute to the band, "Frog René", "Peggy", "Gonzo" and his friends, when he parodied the success of "Rhapsody Bohemia".
In 2010, Mercury remembered the Argentinean God Save The Queen, at the age of 64, with a concert in Spain.
The following year, Europe was celebrated again with this show, and it was transmitted to cities such as London, Berlin, Paris and Rio de Janeiro. This presentation was for the benefit of the Huésped Foundation in the fight against Intelligent Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS).
In 2013, according to Hernanin Piquín, the Paraguayan musician was very honored. A 90-minute show played.
In February 2014, Mercury fans and the band enjoyed We Will Rock You, among others, are somebody loves and champion.
Additionally, at the age of 23, when the Spanish film company was 23 years old, he recalled the performance of the Queen Rock Montreal concert.
Cinesa Bahía Santander celebrated the anniversary of the musician, the concert's show, which is one of the best performances of Mercury, the Montreal Forum in 1981.
At the same time, the Queen band released on November 11, 2014, Queen Forever, who was her main voice, Freddie Mercury, at the end of the 70s and at the end of the beginning. In the 80s
The British band released Let Me your Heart again, the voice of the dead singer, in a campaign to promote AIDS awareness.
On November 24, 1991, Freddy Mercury, one of the icons of contemporary music, died in London, the United Kingdom, because of bronchopneumonia, and could not suffer from the syndromes suffered. (SPECIAL)
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