Welcome to Freddie Mercury Online, Your latest online resource dedicated to the talented Frontman. Freddie is best known as the singer from the band Queen. Songs like Radio Gaga, We Will Rock You and Bohemian Rhapsody are numbers of the band. Unfortunately Freddie is no longer with us but through this fansite you will learn so much about the legend Freddie Mercury. Enjoy the gallery and the news.
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Jul 22
freddiemercuryonline   Gallery

21 June 1986, Queen performed @ Maimarktgelände in Mannheim, Germany

“Magic Tour”

This show (as well as Marillion’s opening set) is broadcast live on the German radio station “SWR 3.” As a result, this would be one of Queen’s most bootlegged shows.

Freddie’s voice is starting to weaken a bit, but he still has plenty of great moments tonight. Overall it’s a great performance, as usual on this tour.

Freddie embellishes a lyric in ‘Under Pressure’: “Sat on a fence, but it didn’t fuckin’ work!”

He starts a vocal exchange with the audience (perhaps even to his surprise) during ‘Another One Bites The Dust.’ It is a marvellous moment of spontaneity that led to a set piece during this song for the remainder of the tour.

Brian, before he starts to play ‘Love Of My Life’: “Freddie wrote a magical song. It goes like this.”

Fish (from Marillion, one of the acts who opened for Queen) joins the band for Tutti Frutti. After the song, Freddie tells the audience, “We love ya. What a corny, shitty thing to say, I know. But we love you anyway.”

Freddie cracks yet another Crazy joke: “This is called a guitar, and I can never play it. But I’ll get away with murder; just watch!”

The show was broadcast on the radio in the US later in the year. It was named “Done Under Pressure” by the folks at Off The Record.

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Jul 22
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1 April 1976, Queen performed another evening @ Nippon Budokan in Tokyo 🇯🇵

“A Night At The Opera”

Freddie, after greeting the audience in Japanese: “Ok, it’s nice to know you’re doing fine. I’m sure that was what you said. It’s really nice to be back here for the third show in Tokyo [with March 22 being the first], so let’s have some fun, right? This is a song called ‘Sweet Lady.’” Mercury almost goes into the first chorus a bit early, but he recovers well.

This is an excellent performance by the band. The backing vocals are absolutely spot on tonight, particularly in ‘Flick Of The Wrist.’

Freddie, afterward: “That song was about a very nasty man. Now we’re gonna do a song about two nasty men, about two murderers. A song that we did last year when we were here in Nippon, in Japan. It’s a song called ‘Hangman.’” This is the last known live airing of the non-album track.

Freddie adds before ‘Brighton Rock’: “Okay, all you cheeky things, we’re now gonna feature Brian May on the guitar. Yes, and to feature him this is a song called Brighton Rock.”

Once he’s finished with ‘Stone Cold Crazy’: “Are you having fun? Are you having a good time? Yes, I’m sure you are. If only I could speak a little bit more Japanese.” He then begins to introduce a song that hasn’t been played in nearly a year.

“Right now we’d like to a number that we haven’t done for a long, long time. This is a song called ‘Father To Son’.” Unlike versions from 1973-75, Freddie actually plays the intro on the piano (too fast, actually, and the band gradually slow it down before the vocal enters), instead of having the album version on playback as they had done before. This and the following night are the only two known instances of the song performed this way. At the end of the song, Freddie happily says (possibly referring to some rehearsal during soundcheck): “Yeah, we finally got that together!”

Brian slays in his solo in ‘See What A Fool I’ve Been.’ Tonight’s extra drawn out ending of the song is very effective in ending a concert.

Nothing beats Queen in the 70s!

Thanks @ Queen Live

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Jul 22
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Queen Live! 19 June 1986, The band performed their third and final show @ Groenoordhallen in Leiden, Netherlands 🇳🇱 “Magic Tour”

Freddie, crowned in glory, takes his Royal bows

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Jul 22
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I first met Freddie when he came to my Cinderella Rockerfella club in Leeds. I thought he was a really nice bloke, he was not a megastar yet so he didn’t have his later-on entourage sorrounding him. He sat at my table, and we had a laugh and a few drinks. I had a Polaroid camera and he asked if I could take his photo. As I say, Freddie was not a star yet but what a performance he was about to give me! I though to myself: this guy really is something else! I started taking photos, two packs of film I wasted before Freddie decided that one shot was all right to keep. He scrutinised each photo and discarded it until one came out just right. I suppose, even if it was only a friendly time, it was an insight of his professionalism and perfectionism in everything he did. After the band became well known, whenever he stepped into the club, he was welcomed by huge rows of spontaneous applause by the customers.

Peter Stringfellow (17 October 1940 – 7 June 2018)
English businessman owned several nightclubs

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Jul 22
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QUEEN HISTORY – 13 June 1974

Freddie, Roger and John grant an interview for Japanese music magazine ‘Music Life’ at Queen offices in Wardour Street, London.

Brian isn’t there due to his health problems.

📷 Koh Hasebe


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