Freddie Mercury: 1946-1991

Freddie Mercury - 5th September 1946 – 24th November 1991

On November 24th, 1991, Freddie’s struggle against AIDS ended when he passed away just over 24 hours after he had publicly announced he had the disease. Musicians and fans from all over the world paid their highest respects as the passing of rock’s most innovative, flamboyant ambassador signified the end of an era at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert at Wembley Stadium on April 20, 1992 which gave birth to the Mercury Phoenix Trust, the AIDS charity set up in Freddie’s memory by the remaining members of Queen and Freddie’s Executor,  Jim Beach.

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Freddie Mercury: 1946-1991

Trash McCann

Thank you Freddie!! From the bottom of my heart! I miss you!

Emanuella Gomes

R.I.P Freddie

Diego Salvador From Quito, Ecuador

From Ecuador, we remember the one and only, the king of Queen, Freddie Mercury, the World misses you! Thanks for all your songs, your voice, and your taughts as a human being, you are an inspiration to anyone. May your spirit be alive through the ages of human civilization.
Thank you Freddie!!!


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