Freddie Mercury(farrokh bulsara) Queen Lead Singer enamel pin Brian May, Roger Taylor, John Deacon Bohemian Rhapsody

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Freddie Mercury Queen Lead Singer enamel pin Brian May, Roger Taylor, John Deacon Bohemian Rhapsody.\n\nQueen lead singer, Freddie Mercury was a legendary lead vocalist and has gone down in history as one of the greatest singers of all time. This nice enamel pin is great for showing your support. Also be sure to check out the new queen movie "Bohemian Rhapsody" starring Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury, as it is more of a Freddie Mercury Biography. This new Freddie Mercury Movie shows the early years of Queen including how he met Brian may, and Roger Taylor. It also goes into more depth into the queen lead singer's personal life. Did you know that Freddie Mercury real name was Farrokh Bulsara, but then changed it in order to sound like more of a musician? Queen later played at wembley stadium for live aid which is considered by many to be the greatest live performance of all time.\n\n Farrokh Bulsara, widely known professionally as well as in the band as Freddie Mercury, was the queen lead singer, songwriter and studio producer, always best known as the lead singer of the classic rock band Queen. He was known for his flamboyant stage persona and apparent four-octave singing range. Mercury wrote several hits for Queen, not the least of "Bohemian Rhapsody", "Killer Queen", "Somebody to Love", "Don't Stop Me Now", "Crazy Little Thing Called Love", and "We Are the Champions". He led a less successful solo career while performing with Queen, and also served as a record producer and a guest musician for other artists such as David Bowie. \nFreddie was born of Parsi descent in Zanzibar, and grew up there and in occasionally India before moving with his family to England, during his teens. He helped form Queen in around 1970 along with guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor. Mercury passed away in 1991 at age 45 from complications as a result of AIDS, having confirmed the day before his death that he had in fact contracted it.