Facts You Probably Didn’t Know about Freddie Mercury
Freddie Mercury’s real name was Farrokh Bulsara. He was born in Zanzibar, Tanzania.
Freddie had a recorded range of three (almost four) octaves. When he spoke he was more of a baritone, but the majority of his singing fell in the tenor range.
Queen’s collaboration with David Bowie on ‘Under Pressure’ wasn’t planned – Bowie just happened to be by the studio while Queen were recording the song.
NME (New Musical Express) Awarded Freddie for Bastard of the Year in 1977.
He was inducted in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2001.
“Mother Love” is a song by Queen, from the album Made in Heaven, released in 1995 after Freddie Mercury’s death in 1991. It was written by Mercury and Brian May. The song features the last ever vocals sung by Mercury in May 1991, 6 months before his death.
Freddie loved cats. He owned as many as ten cats at a moment.
Did you know? Science has proven, Freddie Mercury was the greatest singer of all time.
H.e was Parsi so he practiced Zoroastrian religion. His funeral service was performed by a Zoroastrian priest.
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