After a sensational 21 years as Queen’s frontman, Freddie Mercury tragically misplaced his battle with AIDS in November 1991. The next spring, Brian Could, Roger Taylor and John Deacon introduced collectively an unbelievable group of music legends from Elton John and David Bowie to George Michael and Robert Plant for The Freddie Mercury Tribute Live performance. Now 31 years on and the Queen guitarist has been trying again in two emotional posts shared with followers.
Posting a video of himself making a speech to the 72,000 individuals within the Wembley viewers, Sir Brian captioned it: “Reminiscences …. of one other twentieth April. It was 1992 … on the lovely authentic Wembley Stadium. For Freddie. The place does the time go …. Bri.”
Within the clip, the Queen guitarist instructed the large crowd: “We’re right here tonight to rejoice the life and work and goals of 1 Freddie Mercury. We’re going to offer him the largest send-off in historical past.” And in one other put up, the 75-year-old merely put: “Bittersweet Reminiscences of our Freddie Mercury Memorial Live performance.” Sir Brian has beforehand sat right down to rewatch the tribute present and identified to followers “a second to take to my grave”.
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On the time, Sir Brian mentioned: “I‘m watching our Freddie Mercury Tribute Live performance – so unusual for thus many causes. Already so way back now – we glance so younger – and all these pretty performers with us…a lot of them now gone to the place the place Freddie went earlier than. And naturally we have been solely simply starting to get used to the truth that Freddie would not be capable to do that fantastic factor with us any extra. In fact, it felt like he was with us on this wonderful evening.”
Proper close to the tip, Queen carried out Bohemian Rhapsody with Elton John and Weapons N’ Roses singer Axl Rose. The Queen guitarist posted a clip of the latter, writing: “A second to take to my grave !! Axl Rose explodes onto our Wembley Stadium stage in 1992. Paying tribute to Freddie. —— Bri.”