QUEEN´s timeline

  • The begin

    The begin
    In India Farrokh Bulsara began taking piano lessons at 7 y.o. At 12, he was already forming his early school rock band
  • Arrival in England

    Arrival in England
    In 1964, he moved from Zanzibar to England with his parents
  • The dream

    The dream
    He joined guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Tailor, and becae the frontman of Smile the fast one to arrive was bassist Jhon Deacon
  • Changes

    Mercury thought "Queen" as a name for the new band and he changed Bulsara to Mercury
  • The debut

    The debut
    Queen relased their debut album with progressive rock and heavy metal as main influences
  • Seven Seas of Ryhe

    Seven Seas of Ryhe
    "Seven Seas of Ryhe" was the 1stt hit of Mercury and his guys in the UK
  • Sheer Heart Attack

    Sheer Heart Attack
    The 3rd LP. reached n2 in the UK and gave the 1st US hit "Killer Queen"
  • A night at the opera

    A night at the opera
    hugely successful in UK and 3x platinum in the US

    Bohemian Rhapsody was 1 in the UK for nine weeks
  • Somebody to Love

    Somebody to Love
    The band were back in the studio to create "A Day at the Races" (LP). The main theme was "Somebody to love"
  • News of the world

    News of the world
    News of the world, their 6th studio album was relased 4x platinum in the US and 2x in the UK
  • Jazz

    Jazz (LP), was n2 in the UK and 6 on Billboard 200 in the US
  • Don´t Stop Me Now

    Don´t Stop Me Now
    "Don´t Stop Me Now" was another sample of Mercury´s outstanding vocal power
  • Live Killers

    Live Killers
    Live Killers, live album with a very succesful single, "Crazy Little Thing Called Love"
  • The Game

    The Game
    The Game (LP) Queen welcomed the 80´s with the hit "Another One Bites the Dust", wich was n 1 in the US
  • Under Pressure

    Under Pressure
    Freddie sang in duet with David Bowie on the single "Under Pressure"
  • Paul Prenter

    Mercury´s personal manager Paul Prenter was criticized by the rest of the band. He have been hindering them access to Mercury.
  • The Works

    The Works
    The Works 11th studio album wich sigles "Radio Ga Ga", "Hammer to fall" and "I want to breack free"
  • Live Aid

    Live Aid
    Queen played a memorable gig: Live Aid in Wembley in front of the biggest-ever TV audience (1.9 billion)
  • A Kind of Magic

    A Kind of Magic
    A Kind of Magic new Queen´s (LP) included "One vision" "Friends w
    Will Be Friends" and "Who Wants to live Forever"
  • The Return

    The Return
    After working on various solo prpjects (including Barcelona with Montserrat Caballé), the band would relase new material
  • AIDS

    After fans noticed Mercury´s increasingly gaunt apparence media reported he was seriously ill, mentioning AIDS frequently. He had in fact been diagnosed as HIV positive but didn´t make it public
  • Innuendo

    The album included "The Show Must Go On" as a song that suggested the possibility that Mercury was dying.
  • Freddie Mercury

    Freddie Mercury
    Freddie Mercury died of AIDS-related pneumonia on the 24th november 1991
  • Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert

    Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert
    The Freddie Mercury tribute concert for the awareness of AIDS was held at Wembley Stadium on April 20, 1992, five months after the death of Freddie Mercury, and attracted more than 72,000 spectators, being broadcast on radio and television. for 76 countries.
  • John Deacon

    John Deacon
    The Queen bassist has kept a low profile since 1997, when he decided to leave the group in the face of May and Taylor's plans to continue without Mercury.
  • Queen + Paul Rodgers

    Queen + Paul Rodgers
    In late 2004, guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor announced that the two would reunite and tour again in 2005 alongside Paul Rodgers.
  • Queen + Adam Lambert

    Queen + Adam Lambert
    Since 2011, Brian May and Roger Taylor have been performing concerts together with the American singer Adam Lambert under the name Queen + Adam Lambert. On September 18, 2015 they performed at the 6th edition of the Rock in Rio festival in front of 82,000 people. During this tour they toured the United States, Europe, Asia and South America.

    Bohemian Rhapsody is a biographical film of 2018 on the singer Freddie Mercury and Queen It was directed by Bryan Singer, although Dexter Fletcher took over as director in the final weeks of filming after Singer was fired. The script was written by Anthony McCarten and was produced by Graham King and Jim Beach, Queen's former manager. It stars Rami Malek, Lucy Boynton, Gwilym Lee, Ben Hardy, Joseph Mazzello, Aidan Gillen, Allen Leech, Tom Hollander, and Mike Myers.