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.
Dec 21
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17/18 October 1981, Queen performed at Estadio Olimpico de beisbol Ignacio Zaragoza, Puebla, Mexico 🇲🇽

Queen would recall this concert to be one of their worst experiences, not least because various objects and shoes were thrown at them throughout much of the show. John Deacon was hit in the head with a boot! (He brought a football helmet to the next gig) Since it was so overcrowded, at some point during the show people ended up tearing down the gate into the venue. In some parts of the stadium the tiers collapsed and many people were seriously injured, breaking arms and legs.

Pictured: Freddie and Roger with a bolt that was thrown on stage. Peter Freestone took it home as a souvenir.

Dec 21
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14 October 1973, Queen performed at Le Blow Up, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg 🇱🇺
‘Queen I Tour’

This show was intended to be recorded for a later broadcast on Radio Luxembourg, but unfortunately the recording equipment failed and nothing was recorded.

Here’s a fantastic fan story:

QUEEN at the Blow Up! 14 October 1973. The most significant band and show at the Blow Up! For those of us fortunate enough to be in the crowd that night it was musical magic!

The Queen Blow Up show was an invite only show and a few of us Americans were able to obtain tickets from one of our favorite Blow Up waiters. We were fortunate to be near the front of the crowd and it was amazing to see this band up close and raw. I was completely unaware at the time the significance of the show or the fact that I was witnessing the birth of one of worlds greatest rock bands.

The Blow Up concert took place only 3 months after the bands debut album Queen was released on 13 July 1973. To be honest I had only heard the Queen song “Keep Yourself Alive” a few times.

And while their debut album had just been released, this show also included songs from the upcoming Queen II album that was released in March of 1974. What was particularly cool was the encore that was pure rock and roll and included cover songs from Elvis Presley, Connie Francis and Little Richard.

The Blow Up show was supposed to be broadcasted on a Radio Luxembourg “In Concert” special but the recording equipment failed and the show was not recorded.

The Blow Up show holds a special place in Queen’s history and the band has immortalized this famous gig with a board stop on their specialty issue Queen Monopoly board game introduced in May 2017. Brian discusses the Blow Up gig in his Youtube video where he introduced the Queen Monopoly game.

Courtesy of Blow Up Disco Memories by an extremely lucky Queen fan, Jim R.

Here is the setlist:

Father to Son
Son and Daughter
Ogre Battle
Stone Cold Crazy
Keep Yourself Alive
See What a Fool I’ve Been

Jailhouse Rock
Stupid Cupid
Big Spender
Bama Lama Bama Loo

The picture is from an early Queen gig during this time frame

Dec 21
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December 4th, 1979 – Queen Story!
Newcastle, UK, City Hall
‘Crazy Tour’

The second night in Newcastle is the earliest known instance of Queen opening with Jailhouse Rock.

Mercury hints at The Millionaire Waltz on the piano after Mustapha. His voice is in pristine shape, hitting incredible heights in ’39 on “My love this cannot be.”

For years the first set of pictures were thought to be from the first night. As confirmed by Mark Alexander, Freddie wore his red leather pants on the first night.

An 8mm video exists from this show, mostly consisting of the first couple minutes of Bohemian Rhapsody
Source ⏩ queenlive.ca website

Dec 21
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Freddie, “Chuffed!” Vulnerable and shy beneath his strong image….

“There was an incident very early in our career when Freddie was refused entry into a restaurant. He was wearing a jacket similar to the one pictured. It didn’t conform to that particular establishment’s idea of “wearing a formal jacket.”

Freddie, highly indignant, retorted with, “This is a be-oootiful jacket, something the likes of you could not possibly understand, and if you don’t like it, I’ll buy your fucking restaurant!” Funny, because this was at a time when actually we could hardly afford the meal, never mind the restaurant itself! But in Freddie’s mind we were always rich and successful – it was just a matter of time. He played the part, and in the end, the part became his life.”

Brian May
From Queen in 3D

Queen attended the very first ‘Britannia Awards’ on 17 October 1977 at Wembley Conference Centre where they won, ‘Best British Single of the past 25 years for ‘Bohemian Rhapsody.’ The event was transmitted live but only on radio at the time. Brian mentioned Freddie was interviewed after the awards and he was very proud of their achievement. Brian said, “Here’s Freddie with a fitting expression on his face.” Chuffed! The picture below gives you a clue just to how vulnerable and shy Freddie actually was beneath the strong image he projected. He was reminded by reminiscing at this photo that this was Freddie’s version of a ‘black tie’ affair. Lol 😂 The anecdote is refreshing and so Freddie

Dec 21
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“What a rare person Fred was. He was a lovely, lovely person. I think it’s been said a million times before, but Fred was just a star. If he hadn’t been a star, he wouldn’t’ve been!

He was just a fascinating creature. He was funny, I mean on one hand, he was just completely ridiculously funny. But he knew he was completely ridiculous and he almost enjoyed being ridiculous. What else could he have been but some sort of huge bombastic rock star .. and he certainly did a great job!”

James “Trip” Khalaf
Sound Engineer for Queen

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