This is how Freddie Mercury’s First Band Looked Like
If you haven’t checked this historic photo, this is the time to look at how Freddie Mercury’s first band looked like. Just by looking at them you could almost tell what type of music they were into back then.
Mercury, under his real name of Farrokh Bulsara (5 September 1946 – 24 November 1991), was a British singer-songwriter and record producer, known for being the lead vocalist of one of the best the rock bands in history – Queen.
Mercury wrote various hits for Queen, the mos famous of them wall being: “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “Killer Queen”, “Somebody to Love”, “Don’t Stop Me Now”, “Crazy Little Thing Called Love”, and “We Are the Champions”.
This is how legends are made.
In this photo, you can see young Freddie in the center, along with his bandmates in 1958. The band was called “The Hectics” and it was a school band during the time the five pupils were attending classes at St. Peter’s Boys School, which was an English boarding school in Bombay (current Mumbai), India.
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The rock star’s childhood band only played at school functions, and little did they know back then that their lead singer will turn into an international phenomena.
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“I’m Freddie Mercury and I’m the lead vocalist of queen” “I’m Brian May and I play guitar for the band called Queen” “I’m Roger Taylor and I’m the drummer” “My name is John Richard Deacon and I was born on August 19th 1951” – – LMFAO DEAKY CRACKS ME UP AGHSHAHAHHAH – – #queen #queenband #freddiemercury #rogertaylor #brianmay #johndeacon #bohemianrhapsody #ramimalek #benhardy #gwilymlee #joemazzello #70s #80s
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You simply have to appreciate and love the style. Queen’s lead singer was extravagant and eccentric in every single way. He was sort of a hipster, but way before it was considered cool to stand out of the crowd.