Freddie Mercury, who would have turned 65 this September, influenced every stage drama Queen of today. And with the release of Queen’s 5 last albums this September, we’re compelled to put things in perspective.
When artists postulate on their harsh struggles (respect), recall the late and great singer-performer-songwriter Freddie Mercury, whose journey began when he was born a Parsi, Zorastrian in Zanzibar, Tanzania, moving to India then England as a teenager, and alas died of bronchopneumonia brought on by AIDS 1991, one day after publicly acknowledging he had the disease.
And in between became arguable the greatest rock singer, songwriter and performer of all time.
So pay tribute, kittens. Learn from the master and buy the the reissue of Queen’s final five albums with bonus material on September 5th, Freddie’s birthday.