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Queen Live

Hear Freddie Mercury sing with other artists in these 3 hits

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Aside from their band's anthems, Freddie Mercury has had a brief solo career. He has also appeared in songs by other artists. Hear Freddie Mercury sing with other big stars in these three hit songs:READ MORE

Queen (Album)

Vinyl Collection: Queen Album Every Fan Must Have

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The London quartet of Freddie Mercury, Brian May, John Deacon, and Roger Taylor have created timeless hits such as "Bohemian Rhapsody" and "We Are The Champions." For fans of these rock legends, here are some pieces of vinyl you must have in your collection.READ MORE

We Are the Champions

Queen and Adam Lambert Sing We Are The Champions While on Quarantine

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Like other celebrities, legendary rock band Queen and American Idol finalist Adam Lambert were in quarantine due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. But the quarantine did not stop them from rendering one of the band’s most famous single, “We Are the Champions.”READ MORE

Dave Grohl and Stevie Nicks

Foo Fighters, Stevie Nicks & Haim Perform 'Stop Draggin' My Heart Around' [WATCH]

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Kicking off their two-night gig at Inglewood, California's the Forum Monday night; the Foo Fighters shocked the crowd with a gathering of special guests from the enchanting Stevie Nicks to the sisters in Haim. With Grohl still fastened atop his guitar-themed throne and lacking Tom Petty, he and Nicks sang a duet of "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" with Haim offering backup vocal assistance on the 'Bella Donna' track.READ MORE

Dave Grohl

Foo Fighters, Roger Taylor, John Paul Jones Supergroup Perform 'Under Pressure' for UK Gig

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What better way for Foo Fighters to apologize to fans in the U.K. for having to cancel some earlier shows than by bringing out classic rock veterans John Paul Jones and Roger Taylor for a supergroup rendition of Queen and David Bowie's classic track "Under Pressure?"READ MORE

Sacha Baron Cohen

Freddie Mercury Biopic: Sacha Baron Cohen Will Write, Direct and Star in Film About Queen Singer

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Queen's manager, Jim Beach, recently confirmed that comedian Sacha Baron Cohen will not only portray deceased frontman Freddie Mercury in a biopic, but he will also write and direct the film. Cohen and the surviving members -- guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor -- have sorted out their differences and will move forward with the movie. Beach made the announcement during a speech at the Artist and Manager Awards earlier this week.READ MORE

Brian May and Adam Lambert

Queen + Adam Lambert to Stream New Year's Eve Show from London via BBC Music

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Queen + Adam Lambert ringing in the New Year in London with a small show that you are now invited to watch. The group will stream its Westminister Central Hall gig via BBC Music so fans with an Internet connection can join in on the festivities. The band dropped a trailer for the show Wednesday, Dec. 24, featuring Lambert leading the group on Freddie Mercury's solo tune "I Was Born to Love You," Ultimate Classic Rock notes. "I never imagined we would be around to usher in the year of 2015," drummer Roger Taylor said previously. "What a thrill! We promise you a great night." The stream will go live at 6:15 p.m. Dec. 31 as England prepares to ring in the New Year. Watch the show here. The concert will be followed by a fireworks display.READ MORE

Sinead O'Connor

Sinead O'Connor Defends 'Do They Know It's Christmas?," Tells Critics to 'Shut the F--k Up'

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Last week, on Nov. 17, the latest version of Band Aid's classic charity single "Do They Know It's Christmas?" was released online to raise money for the Ebola crisis in West Africa, and though it went straight to the top of the U.K. charts and is supporting an undoubtedly good cause, the song has been the subject of plenty of criticism, particularly for its lyrics. According to two British newspapers, Emeli Sandé, who actually appears on the latest version, said the lyrics need "changing," while Lily Allen called the song "a bit smug" and said she would prefer "donating actual money." One artist who is vigorously defending the song, however, is the famously outspoken Sinead O'Connor, who also appears on the song. "I think everyone should shut the f--k up," O'Connor told "Broadsheet," via "Billboard." "If you didn't like the lyrics you shouldn't have agreed to sing the song. I think it's smug of Lily Allen to say it's smug."READ MORE

Freddie Mercury

Michael Jackson Freddie Mercury DUET [PHOTOS]:Three Decades Later Fans Will Hear MJ and Mercury 1983 Recorded Duet Fall 2013

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Is it Christmas in July? This may be music to real music fans ears...literally. The King and QUEEN of Pop Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury unlreleased duets are said to be revealed Fall 2013...READ MORE

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