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Freddie Mercury, as the lead singer of the pop rock group, famous for their exalted stage shows and above all for their numerous world hits, “Queen“The popular culture of the 70s and 80s significantly and sustainably co-determined.
At theSeptember 5, 1946 the later megastar was born as Farrokh (nickname: "Freddie") Bulsara in Zanzibar City on the East African island of Zanzibar (Unguja). At that time (until 1963) Zanzibar was part of the British colonial empire. Farrokh's parents came from Gujarat in India and were members of the Parsees minority. The father Bomi Bulsara was a financial employee of the British colonial administration. Farrokh and his younger sister Kashmira first grew up in Zanzibar. At the age of eight, Farrokh was sent to his parents' homeland to attend school (until 1963). In his British school near Bombay (today Mumbai) the musically and athletically gifted young student founded his first band: "The Hectics".
1964 the Bulsara family moved from Zanzibar to England in response to anti-Indian riots. Freddie studied art in London and successfully graduated in 1969. He subsequently joined various bands such as "Ibex" and "Sour Milk Sea" and gained experience in the music business. At the beginning of 1970, the talented pianist and singer, who later called himself “Freddie Mercury”, founded the group “Queen” with guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor, although there were any associations that the name was emancipating in England at the time Homosexual scene were wanted. A year later, John Deacon joined "Queen" as bassist.
A trademark of "Queen" was the astonishing range of Mercury's voice, which, perfectly phrasing, could easily skip several voices from bass to falsetto. Freddie Mercury, who was not only a singer, but also composed most of the "Queen" songs together with Brian May, was primarily responsible for the group's unique style, audience appeal, perfectly crafted and often provocative macho set pieces with travesty elements and
Technology bombast to combine with British rock and pop tradition as well as American-oriented exaggeration mania. Freddie Mercury's self-deprecating appearances became legendary as a woman with a decidedly obscenely expansive artificial breast or as a pompous imitation of a monarch. The large number of visitors was typical for “Queen” concerts. Mercury saw himself as "Cecil B. DeMille of the rock 'n' roll world". At Mercury's last live concert with “Queen” in London (summer 1986), he performed in front of no fewer than 300,000 spectators.
Aside from “We are the Champions”, “Crazy Little Thing Called Love”, “Killer Queen”, “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “Don't Stop Me Now” and “We will Rock You” became world single hits from “Queen” "And" Somebody to Love ".
Freddie Mercury, who was emphatically extroverted on stage, was cautious about the media in his private life, without making a secret of his bisexuality or wanting to give himself a pseudo-mysterious aura. Comrades and reporters, to whom he gave one of his rare interviews, described him as friendly and shy, full of zest for life and pleasantly uncomplicated to deal with.
Mercury lived mostly in London and New York. In Munich in the 80s he temporarily shared an apartment with actress Barbara Valentin and romped about in the gay-chiceria scene of the Bavarian metropolis. He had longer relationships with Mary Austin in the 1970s and with Jim Hutton in the last years of his life.
Mercury contracted AIDS in the mid-1980s. He kept the disease a secret for a long time and stubbornly denied the increasing frequency of HIV rumors. It was only shortly before his death, when his deterioration in health could hardly be concealed, that he informed the press on November 23, 1991 that he actually suffered from AIDS. The following day, November 24, 1991, Freddie Mercury died in his London home of complications from pneumonia.
in theApril 1992 The foundation stone of the “Mercury Phoenix” Foundation dedicated to Freddie Mercury was laid with the “Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness” broadcast worldwide from Wembley Stadium in London. Three years later, “Made In Heaven”, a “Queen” album with recordings such as “Mother Love” and “A Winter's Tale” made by Mercury shortly before his death, was released.
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