Who is Freddie Mercury? Freddie Mercury cause of death

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Who is Freddie Mercury?

Freddie Mercury was born Farrokh Bulsara, to Parsi parents, Bomi and Jer Bulsara, on September 5, 1946, in the British territory of the Sultanate of Zanzibar, a part of present day Tanzania.

Farrokh, his younger sibling Kashmira, and their parents were practising Zoroastrians.Young Freddie was raised in India, where he was taught the piano at a tender age of seven.

He was educated at the ‘St. Peter’s School’ in Panchgani, near Mumbai, beginning 1954. A music lover from his early days, one of his earliest idols was Indian singer Lata Mangeshkar.


In April 1970, the talented singer, along with English drummer Roger Taylor and guitarist Brian May, formed a band named ‘Queen.’ After its formation, the band, consisting of other musicians, was managed by ‘Trident Studios.

He also changed his name from Farrokh Bulsara to Freddie Mercury.During the 1970s, Freddie worked as singer-songwriter for several albums produced by his band, ‘Queen.’

The band played rock-and-roll music, and shot to fame because of Freddie, who, despite having a baritone voice, sang brilliantly in the tenor range.

Family, Personal Life & Legacy:

Freddie Mercury was in a relationship with Mary Austin, in the early 1970s. He lived with her at West Kensington, London, for almost 6 years.

In 1976, he embarked on an affair with a male employee of ‘Elektra Records.’ When Freddie disclosed his to Mary, their romantic relationship ended.

In the mid-1980s, he is said to have dated an Austrian actress Barbara Valentin, but this, too, did not last long. According to some sources, for some time, Mercury dated a German restaurateur Winfried Kirchberger.

Freddie Mercury cause of death

Then, at 7:12 p.m., Freddie Mercury died with Jim Hutton by his side, according to Hutton’s memoir.“He looked radiant.

One minute he was a boy with a gaunt, sad little face and the next he was a picture of ecstasy,” Hutton wrote. “Freddie’s whole face went back to everything it had been before. He looked finally and totally at peace.

Seeing him like that made me happy in my sadness. I felt an overwhelming sense of relief. I knew that he was no longer in pain.

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