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Queen – Freddie Mercury


Freddie Mercury was the lead singer of the British rock band Queen, and was known for his charisma, exceptional voice and electrifying live performances. Here is an interesting anecdote about one of his most famous performances:

In 1985, Queen was invited to perform at Live Aid, a giant charity concert held simultaneously in London and Philadelphia to raise money for famine in Ethiopia. Queen’s performance at Wembley Stadium in London is often considered one of the greatest live performances in rock history. During this performance, Freddie Mercury managed to captivate the crowd with an incredible improvisation during the song “Bohemian Rhapsody”. After the last chorus, he started a call and response game with the audience, where he would sing a phrase and the crowd would echo it back. This moment created an incredibly electric atmosphere in the stadium, and became one of the most memorable moments of the event. But that’s not all: at the end of their set, Queen had planned to play a short version of their song “We Will Rock You”, followed by “We Are the Champions”. However, the audience started singing the chorus of ‘We Will Rock You’ spontaneously, which prompted Freddie Mercury to extend the song for several minutes, using vocal interaction between himself and the crowd. This created a moment of communion between the band and the audience, and resulted in a memorable and spontaneous performance.

This performance remains one of the greatest live performances in music history, and is a testament to Freddie Mercury’s talent and stage presence.

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