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Lotus Evora S Freddie Mercury Edition Revealed

Posted in 5-th of september on September 5, 2011 by kansara

September 5th marks the birthday of Freddie Mercury, the legendary front man to the rock and roll band Queen. Having succumbed to AIDS almost 20 years ago, fans, friends and family will gather at the Savoy Hotel on September 5th, 2011 to celebrate what would have been Freddie’s 65th birthday.

In honor of the occasion, Lotus has donated a one-off Evora S for a charity auction with proceeds going to support the HIV AIDS charity fund, Mercury Phoenix Trust. The striking sports car’s color scheme features red and gold racing stripes as well as an interior influenced by one of Freddie Mercury’s stage costumes back in 1986. To top it all off, the Evora will also sport Mercury’s signature on the passenger side of the dashboard.

http://www.autoguide.com/auto-news/2011/09/lotus-evora-s-freddie-mercury-edition-revealed.html

 

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The Official 65th Birthday Video

Posted in 5-th of september, Videos Tribute on September 5, 2011 by kansara

Today 65 years ago a legend was send to earth to bring a little bit more light to this planet. Thank you so very much, Freddie Mercury, for your talent and energy. Freddie Mercury, the great singer, the great composer, the great entertainer. Freddie Mercury, lover of life, singer of songs still lives in our hearts. Forever!!!!! 

Happy Birthday Freddie wherevere you would ever be! We still love you very much down here, missing you much than ever. People still listening your music with the same high feelings and exitments.  You are the best singer ever been in this world … We love you so much, and we miss you … we miss your voice, your color and your flair. You are still here in so many ways. You will be forever loved!

I was born to love you

With every single beat of my heart

Happy Birthday Freddie

R.I.P. my dear!

And Katy Perry wishing Happy Birthday to Freddie for his 65th anniverssary

Best Google Doodle ever!

Posted in 5-th of september, Videos Tribute on September 5, 2011 by kansara

Super Doodle!

I love Google for remember … and honour the 65th birthday of Freddie Mercury!

From time to time we invite guests to post about items of interest and are thrilled to have Brian May join us to talk about friend and bandmate Freddie Mercury. Our doodle celebrating Freddie’s birthday can be seen around the world on September 5 and, out of respect for Labor Day, in the U.S. on September 6. A guitarist and songwriter, Brian May is a founding member of Queen and wrote many of the band’s hits, including “We Will Rock You,” “The Show Must Go On” and “I Want It All.” Brian is also a respected solo artist and one of the founders of Freddie for a Day (www.freddieforaday.com), an organization helping to fight HIV/AIDS globally. – Ed.

I was first introduced to Freddie Mercury—a paradoxically shy yet flamboyant young man—at the side of the stage at one of our early gigs as the group “SMILE.” He told me he was excited by how we played, he had some ideas—and he could sing! I’m not sure we took him very seriously, but he did have the air of someone who knew he was right. He was a frail but energised dandy, with seemingly impossible dreams and a wicked twinkle in his eye. A while later we had the opportunity to actually see him sing … and it was scary! He was wild and untutored, but massively charismatic. Soon, he began his evolution into a world-class vocal talent, right in front of our eyes.

Freddie was fully focused, never allowing anything or anyone to get in the way of his vision for the future. He was truly a free spirit. There are not many of these in the world. To achieve this, you have to be, like Freddie, fearless—unafraid of upsetting anyone’s apple cart.

Some people imagine Freddie as the fiery, difficult diva who required everyone around him to compromise. No. In our world, as four artists attempting to paint on the same canvas, Freddie was always the one who could find the compromise—the way to pull it through. If he found himself at odds with any one of us, he would quickly dispel the cloud with a generous gesture, a wisecrack or an impromptu present. I remember one morning after a particularly tense discussion he presented me with a cassette. He had been up most of the night compiling a collage of my guitar solos. “I wanted you to hear them as I hear them, dear,” he said. “They’re all fab, so I made them into a symphony!”

To create with Freddie was always stimulating to the max. He was daring, always sensing a way to get outside the box. Sometimes he was too far out … and he’d usually be the first to realise it. With a conspiratorial smile he would say “Oh … did I lose it, dears?!” But usually there was sense in his nonsense—art in his madness. It was liberating. I think he encouraged us all in his way, to believe in our own madness, and the collective mad power of the group Queen.

Freddie would have been 65 this year, and even though physically he is not here, his presence seems more potent than ever. Freddie made the last person at the back of the furthest stand in a stadium feel that he was connected. He gave people proof that a man could achieve his dreams—made them feel that through him they were overcoming their own shyness, and becoming the powerful figure of their ambitions. And he lived life to the full. He devoured life. He celebrated every minute. And, like a great comet, he left a luminous trail which will sparkle for many a generation to come.

Happy birthday Freddie!

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Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert

Posted in 5-th of september, Live songs, Videos Tribute on September 5, 2010 by kansara

Queen, Elton John and Axl Rose perform ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ live. Taken from ‘The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert’

The Black and White birthday party

Posted in 5-th of september, Story Tales on October 16, 2009 by kansara
These are the scenes from Freddie Mercurys 39th birthday party in Henderson nightclub in Munich in 1985. It had a black and white theme and you had to come dressed as your favorite person. Mercury, of course, came dressed as himself. The video material was later used in his songs Living On My Own video. The people talking in the background are Rudi Dolezal and Hannes Rossacher.

Last years tributes

Posted in 5-th of september on September 5, 2009 by kansara

Last year 62 birthday

Posted in 5-th of september, Videos Tribute on September 5, 2009 by kansara