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Freddie Mercury - he had a vocal range twice as wide as the average untrained person. And he never had any vocal training. By the way - the correct answer to "The Beatles or The Stones?" is "QUEEN!!!!!"


Old Music Tuesday: Queen



Axl Rose has a larger vocal range than Mariah Carey

Axl Rose has a larger vocal range than Mariah Carey - Telegraph but Brandon Bodys awesome vocal range wasnt mentioned anywhere!!!


Queen - 'Who Wants To Live Forever' or The good Die Young (both from We Will Rock You) sung by vampire. Or maybe 'die young' trio of Amy Wine House, Kurt Cobtain, Jimmy Hendrix etc


Freddie Mercury-BLC-knew he was amazing the first time I heard him. No, he isn't my very favorite but I do appreciate his vocal talent.


#happybirthday #freddymercury #80s #eightiesmusic #eighties @Regrann from @rollingstone - Today would have been Freddie Mercury's 70th birthday. The Queen frontman was one of a kind and gifted us with classics like "Somebody to Love" and "Bohemian Rhapsody." From his exuberant presence to incredible vocal range Mercury commanded a stage like no other. Click the link in our bio to read our 2014 feature on Mercury and Queen's legacy as one of rock's biggest and most controversial bands…

Freddie Mercury’s Isolated Vocal Track From “We Are The Champions” Will Send Shivers Down Your Spine

from Mail Online

The secret of Freddie Mercury's incredible singing voice revealed

The study was unable to prove claims that Mercury possessed a four-octave singing voice.

1991 Freddie Mercury was a British singer, songwriter, widely known as the lead vocalist and songwriter of the rock band Queen, widely known for his flamboyant stage persona and four-octave vocal range Mercury 1985, he began a relationship with hairdresser Jim Hutton.Hutton,was HIV-positive lived with Mercury for the last six years of his life, nursed him during his illness and was present at his bedside when he died. Hutton said Mercury died wearing the wedding band that Hutton had given…

from the Guardian

Freddie Mercury – 20 years on

Freddie Mercury of Queen on tour in Oakland, California, in 1982. Photograph: Steve Jennings