Freddie Mercury was a trendsetter in every sense of the word. He possessed one of the most original voices in rock and brought unprecedented visibility to LGBTQ issues. While perhaps best known today for his trademark mustache and undershirt look of the Eighties, Freddie experimented with radically different styles and kept things just as interesting visually, if not more than musically, for his legions of admirers.
1. Queen, June 1977
2. Queen Live at Nippon Budokan Freddie Mercury in kimono, Tokyo, March 22, 1976.
3. Queen Perform At Madison Square Garden – July 27, 1983
4. London, 1986
5. New York Madison Square Garden, 1977
6. Queen performing during the “A day at the races” tour, 1977
7. Queen performs on stage on the ‘A Night At The Opera Tour’ tour, Hammersmith Odeon, London, 29 November 1975.
8. Freddie Mercury wearing a crown during a performance, 1986
9. Freddie Mercury, Queen, London’s Rainbow Theatre, 1974
10. One of Mercury’s more unusual trademarks was wearing a Flash tee while riding on Darth Vader’s shoulders.