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23 Years Ago: Freddie Mercury Dies

Freddie Mercury was the face of Queen's wildly popular mixture of hard rock, pop, cabaret, glam and opera in the '70s, before becoming one the the AIDS virus' most well-known casualties in the '90s.

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Queen Debut Trailer for ‘Queen Forever’ Compilation

With just about a month standing between Queen fans and the band's new 'Queen Forever' compilation, the band has released a trailer offering a sneak peek at what the double-disc set has to offer.

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Listen to Queen and Michael Jackson’s ‘There Must Be More to Life Than This’

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With the release of a new Queen compilation, 'Queen Forever,' coming in November, the news that has fans most excited is the three previously unreleased tracks sprinkled among the old familiar cuts. The most intriguing: 'There Must Be More to Life Than This,' a discarded collaboration with Michael Jackson.

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Queen’s Brian May on Adam Lambert: ‘I Think He’s Woken Us Up’

What was once thought of as a final farewell for Queen may instead become a rebirth.

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35 Years Ago: Queen Releases ‘Live Killers’

This remains the only concert set to focus on Queen’s remarkable stadium runs in the '70s.

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Queen Surprise Fans with First-Ever Live Performance of Freddie Mercury’s ‘Love Kills’

Queen took the stage in Southern California on June 16, delivering a warmup show to 400 fortunate fans that included the first-ever live performance of the Freddie Mercury solo track 'Love Kills.'

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Queen ‘Live At The Rainbow ’74′ Set For Release

The group will release two concerts from 1974 on Sept. 8.

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Mick Rock/Queen Online

40 Years Ago: Queen Play Their First Show in America

On April 16, 1974, Queen played their first show in America, opening for Mott the Hoople in Denver, Colorado.

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Brian May Looks Back on Freddie Mercury’s Final Days: ‘He Was Completely Focused’

Brian May remembers what those final recording sessions with Freddie Mercury were like.

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Queen Hint at Recording New Material with Adam Lambert

Brian May and Roger Taylor may record new tracks with Adam Lambert for a forthcoming album of unreleased material.

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