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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Jun 22
freddiemercuryonline   Gallery

Freddie Mercury on the set of ‘Made In Heaven’ July 1985

This magnificent video was filmed in A Royal Opera House replica that was built inside a warehouse in North London (as normal studios did not have high enough roofs), where Mercury wanted to recreate scenes from Stravinskij’s The Rite of Spring and Dante’s Inferno.

It was quite a spectacular production, with hundreds of extras writhing amid the smoke, raging storms and flames wearing body stockings,

The most remarkable scene was when Freddie was perched atop a mountain on a 60 ft rotating globe in a Wagnerian costume, and soared heavenwards on a hidden flying wire at the climax to the four and a half minute min-epic.

The operatic song was directed by top filmmaker David Mallet, who also claimed the credits for ‘I Was Born To Love You’ – coupling Freddie with 300 balletic Amazons.

David said that this was the only time he and Freddie almost had words as he wasn’t keen on being on top of the moving globe. Freddie was anxious and after he finished the scene, he apologized.

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Jun 22
freddiemercuryonline   Featured,Gallery

June 1974, Arlette House, 143 Wardour Street, Soho, London, UK

Classic photos of Freddie Mercury, Roger Taylor and John Deacon at the Arlette House building in London. At the time the band was recording ‘Sheer Heart Attack’ at Trident Studios located at 17 St Anne’s Court, around the corner Marquee Club at 90 Wardour Street.

These lovely photos are from Queen’s session with the Japanese magazine ‘Music Life,’ they were being interviewed. Brian May was battling health issues at the time and that’s why he is missing from the pictures. Once Brian recovered, he was able to join the boys and finish recording their third album, ‘Sheer Heart Attack’

The author of Queen’s photos on the street is photographer Watal Asanuma.

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Jun 22
freddiemercuryonline   news

“I like to be surrounded by splendid things.

I like to browse around art galleries, but I’m a hard-working lad and I never have the time.

I bought a house in London which I’d only seen in photographs. I know that’s absurd, but I had no time to go house-hunting. And I needed a place to move my furniture and clothes.

I want to lead the Victorian life, surrounded by exquisite clutter»

– Freddie Mercury

Interview 03/17/1977 – Circus Magazine

Part 2: The Queen Tapes

by Don Rush

Pic: Second Avenue in Manatthan, New York, 1977 – Freddie Mercury visiting an antique store

Photographer: Micheal Brennan

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Jun 22
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An extremely lucky fan met Queen during their shows in Leiden, Netherlands ‘Magic Tour’ June 1986

Ankh Maddox Koop shared her photos and said she received backstage passes from Brian and Roger and that’s how she was able to get all these amazing pictures. She did say she was very nervous about meeting Freddie and he was in a hurry but extremely pleasant. The entire band was super nice to her.

We know Queen takes excellent care of their fans.

Credit to Ankh Maddox Koop for sharing her treasured pictures online. You’re a very lucky lady in meeting our musical heroes

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Jun 22
freddiemercuryonline   news

“I walked into the room.

Freddie’s hands were so cold, and I was very cold too. So I thought, he is nervous too, that is good, because when people are nervous that means they are expecting something from the other one. So, later we stand up from the table and went to the corner of the room to the piano, and he was playing, and I was beginning to see his ideas. We could have gone on for hours and hours and hours. When we finished, we look at each other, and I knew it; that he has conquered me!”

– Montserrat Caballé talking about their first meeting at the Ritz Hotel in Barcelona on March 24, 1987


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    A Kind of Magic" is the title track of the 1986 album of the same name by the British rock band Queen. It was written by the band's drummer, Roger Taylor, for the film Highlander and featured as the ending theme. The single reached number three in the UK Singles Chart, top ten in a number of European countries, and #42 on the US Billboard Hot 100.[1] The song is the opening track on the band's compilation albums, Greatest Hits II, and Classic Queen.
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