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Queen – Freddie Mercury


There is a famous story about Freddie Mercury that once, at a concert in Munich, Germany, in 1984, he managed to get the entire audience on their feet in less than 20 seconds.

The band Queen was playing their hit song “Radio Ga Ga”, and as the song reached the famous chorus “All we hear is Radio Ga Ga”, Freddie Mercury started gesturing with his arms to encourage the audience to sing along. He then challenged the audience by saying “You’re a fantastic band, but we’re going to make you sing this song now!” and started clapping his hands to set the pace. He then asked the crowd to follow him and sing “Radio Ga Ga” in response to his voice. Within 20 seconds, the entire audience was on their feet singing and dancing with him, creating an incredible wave of energy and participation.

This episode is considered one of the most memorable moments in the band’s history and demonstrates Freddie Mercury’s ability to connect with his audience and create an unforgettable experience for his fans.


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