30 years of the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert: the story and the photo of the concert are in the story!

On April 20, 1992, there Wembley Stadium in London davanti a più di 72,000 people (and più di a miliardo di spettatori collegati da casa), Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon dei What in organized a legendary concert to celebrate insieme with an incredible line-up of stars (Metallica, Def Leppard, Guns N’ Roses, David Bowie, Roger Daltrey, Robert Plant, George Michael, Elton John and many others) the life and music of Freddie Mercury e raccogliere fondi per the research against AIDS: «We will do anything to increase the confidence of your malattia and spingere le persone a proteggersi» has detto Brian May «The stigmatizzazione dell’AIDS lasted for a long time was a risk per l’intera umanità».

Tra i momento più memorabili di quell’irripetibile concerto meritano a special mention l’incredibile performance di george michael in Somebody To Love e il folle duet tra Axl Rose ed Elton John in Bohemian Rhapsody.

Following Michael’s esibizione si diffusero delle voci che indicavano l’ex Wham! come probable new singer of the Queen, ma Roger Taylor Ben presto mise a tacere le dicerie: “Ricordo di aver sentito voci a riguardo, ma non sarebbe andata bene“Taylor said”George was not too used to working with a live band. When he has felt the potere and the responsibility that he aveva alle spalle during the test, he does not poteva crederci. She thought that it was a Concorde or something of the kind“.

The duet between the leader of Guns N’ Roses and Elton John was born fundamentally from a true and own improvisation due to incredible talent. Per il drummer dei Queen avrebbe potuto non andare in scena: “Ricordo who was strongly determined to far sing Elton with Axl, il che è stato davvero fantastico, also perché Axl no si è mai presenteto per le prove


Metallica – “Enter Sandman”, “Sad but True”, “Nothing Else Matters”
extreme – Queen Medley, “Love of My Life” (Gary Cherone & Nuno Bettencourt), “More Than Words”
Def Leppard – “Animal”, “Let’s Get Rocked”, “Now I’m Here” (with Brian May)
Bob Geldof – “Too Late God”
spinal tap – “The Majesty of Rock”
U2 – “Until the End of the World” – via satellite from Sacramento, California
Guns N’ Roses – “Paradise City”, “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door”
Handle Groove – “Special Star” – via satellite from Johannesburg, South Africa
elizabeth taylor – AIDS Prevention Speech

Queen + Joe Elliott/Slash – “Tie Your Mother Down”
Queen + Roger Daltrey & Tony Iommi – “Heaven and Hell” (intro), “Pinball Wizard” (intro), “I Want It All”
Queen + Zucchero – “The words of love”
Queen + Gary Cherone & Tony Iommi – “Hammer to Fall”
Queen + James Hetfield/Tony Iommi – “Stone Cold Crazy”
Queen + Robert Plant – “Innuendo (including parts of “Kashmir”), “Thank You” (intro), “Crazy Little Thing Called Love”
Brian May + Spike Edney – “Too Much Love Will Kill You”
Queen + Paul Young – “Radio Ga Ga”
Queen + Seal – “Who Wants to Live Forever”
Queen + Lisa Stansfield – “I Want to Break Free”
Queen + David Bowie & Annie Lennox – “Under Pressure”
Queen + Ian Hunter, David Bowie, Mick Ronson, Joe Elliot & Phil Collen – “All the Young Dudes”
Queen + David Bowie & Mick Ronson – “Heroes”
Queen + George Michael – “’39”
Queen + George Michael & Lisa Stansfield – “These Are the Days of Our Lives”
Queen + George Michael – “Somebody to Love”
Queen + Elton John & Axl Rose – “Bohemian Rhapsody”
Queen + Elton John & Tony Iommi – “The Show Must Go On”
Queen + Axl Rose – “We will Rock You”
What in – We Are the Champions”
What in – “God Save the Queen”

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30 years of the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert: the story and the photo of the concert are in the story!

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