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May 21
freddiemercuryonline   Featured,news

21 March 1981, Queen performed @ Estádio do Morumbi, Sao Paulo, Brazil (2nd show) – 120,000 attended – total of 251,000 over the 2 nights. All of Queen’s albums in top 10 position South American album charts. “Love Of My Life” is #1 on the singles chart where it stayed for over one year!

“S. America Bites The Dust” Tour

This is the last show on this first leg of the South American tour.

Freddie’s voice is in fantastic shape tonight!

In a Melody Maker (February 81) interview done between South American tours, Freddie talks about his voice. “I’m losing the range, believe it or not. I’ve lost the power I began with. But I’ve become a stronger singer so maybe my framework is diminishing but within that I can sing better than ever. My voice can do amazing things now.”

After this gig Queen would take a few months off, during which they’d record Under Pressure with David Bowie. Roger Taylor also recorded his first solo album, called “Fun In Space.”


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