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Queen – Freddie Mercury et Brian May


Freddie Mercury, the legendary lead singer of Queen, and Brian May, the band’s guitarist, often shared memorable moments on stage.

Here is a funny story that happened during a Queen concert in 1986: during a guitar solo by Brian May, Freddie Mercury stepped off the stage to change his costume. However, he had a small problem with his costume and ended up getting stuck in it. While Brian May continued to play his guitar solo, Freddie Mercury tried to get out of his costume, but without success. Finally, he decided to come out on stage in his full stage costume, except that he still had the bottom of his trousers around his ankles. The audience was taken aback by this hilarious appearance by Freddie Mercury on stage. Undaunted, Mercury continued to sing and dance, trying to hide his trousers down as much as possible. Brian May, who had seen the situation from the stage, also began to laugh and improvise a humorous guitar solo to accompany Freddie.

This scene showed the humour and camaraderie that existed between Freddie Mercury and Brian May on stage, as well as Mercury’s ability to improvise and overcome unexpected situations with grace and humour.

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