Freddie Mercury was born in Zanzibar, Tanzania on September 5, 1946
At the Age of eight, Freddie began his education at St. Peters English boarding school (near Bombay, India)
Freddie Mercury moved to Middlesex, England in 1964, at the age of 17.
In 1967, Freddie Mercury joined a band called Smile.
In 1970, Freddie Mercury took over as the lead singer of Smile, and renamed the band Queen.
The album "A Night At The Opera" was released in 1975
The song Bohemian Rhapsody was released on the album entitled "A Night at the Opera" in 1975
In 1975, Freddie Mercury toured Japan with Queen
The song "We Will Rock You" was released on the album entitled "News of the World" in 1977
The song Bicycle Race was released in 1978 on the album Jazz
The song "Another One Bites the Dust" was released on the album entitled "The Game" in 1980
The album "The Game" was released in 1980
In 1984, Queen decided to take a break. During that break, Freddie Mercury decided to release a solo album called Love Kills.
The Open Air festival in Barcelona, on October 8th, was Freddie Mercury's last performance.
The album Innuendo was released in 1991
The day before he died, Freddie Mercury announced that he had AIDS.
He died of bronchial pneumonia on November 24, 1991
In 2001, Queen was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio
In 2008, Rolling Stone ranked Freddie Mercury 18th on their list of the 100 greatest singers of all time.
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