Queen's Tragic Rhapsody - Rolling Stone
Theatrical, brilliant, excessive and doomed — there had never been another band like Queen or a frontman like Freddie Mercury - By Mikal Gilmore
"It was an utterly unexpected rebirth. From the moment Freddie Mercury and the other members of Queen – guitarist Brian May, drummer Roger Taylor and bassist John Deacon – took the stage at London's Wembley Stadium, on July 13th, 1985, at the historic Live Aid concert, the group captured the day."
"Today, nearly 23 years after Freddie Mercury died of bronchopneumonia related to AIDS, Queen's legacy – as one of rock's biggest and most controversial bands – is still inseparable from him."
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