When did Freddie Mercury die?
Freddie Mercury, the lead vocalist of the British rock band Queen, passed away on November 24, 1991. He died due to complications related to AIDS at the age of 45. Freddie Mercury was a highly influential musician and performer who was known for his flamboyant stage presence and powerful vocals. He was also a prolific songwriter who wrote many of Queen’s biggest hits, including “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Somebody to Love,” and “We Are the Champions.” Despite his relatively short life, Freddie Mercury’s music and legacy continue to inspire and influence musicians and fans around the world.