‘There are no words,’ Brian May says of his ‘dear’ Freddie Mercury, 30 years after his death.


‘There are no words,’ Brian May says of his ‘dear’ Freddie Mercury, 30 years after his death.

On the 30th anniversary of Freddie Mercury’s untimely death, Brian May, along with many others associated with Queen, including Joe Elliott of Def Leppard, paid a touching tribute to him.

Freddie Mercury, who had taken the world by storm with Queen for 30 years, died on November 24, 1991, at the age of 45.

Brian May, his bandmate, has paid tribute to the late singer with a short but powerful post three decades later.

“No words from me today,” the 74-year-old wrote.

Vanessa, thank you so much for the image.

And thank you to everyone who has paid tribute to Freddie today.


The graphic, which depicted Freddie holding a microphone with his arm in the air as the sun set in the background, was included in the post.

This isn’t just any Queen sculpture; it’s the one that stood atop the Dominion Theatre’s entrance when We Will Rock You performed there.

Roger Taylor, the band’s drummer, had the Queen musical relocated to his English countryside garden after it closed in 2014.

After learning that the 20-foot statue had been placed inside a warehouse, the 72-year-old asked for a lorry to deliver it to his home.

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Brian Harold May (@brianmayforreal) shared this.

Roger went on to say that having a statue of the Queen singer in his garden would be hilarious, and that Freddie himself would have thought so.

Neil Fairclough, who plays John Deacon’s part on tour with Queen and Adam Lambert, was another highlight of the tribute.

“Can’t quite get my head around the fact that Freddie’s been gone 30 years today,” the musician wrote, sharing a portrait photo of Freddie with a moustache.

“Since his death, more time has passed since Queen was the iconic band we know and love.”

Neil Fairclough (@neilmfairclough) shared this post on Twitter.

Today is the 30th anniversary of the legendary Freddie Mercury’s death.

If you’re looking for a unique

This (hashtag)WayBackWednesday, we’re paying tribute to Freddie with a performance of @QueenWillRock’s “Now.”

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