In 5 September, Freddie Mercury would turn to 65 years old. In order to show great honor to the deceased music icon, there will be a stream Queen’s Live at Wembley of his band. On YouTube page of the band, legendary concert of Queen will be streamed for two days before the beginning day. According to one report of www.sfexaminer.com, the dates of show back will be set to July 1986. As a member of the legendary band queen, Mercury died in 1991 at ages of 45 because of AIDS. Before he accepted the truth that he was sick in a complication of AIDS, he has denied about it for several years.
He only offered a statement at the last minute of his life. He said that he was confirmed about result in HIV positive after he had got a health test. He also added that it was correct to keep this information privately and not allow other people around him to know about it. On that time, he hoped that all his fans, friends as well as doctors came along with him and helped him in order to fight against the dangerous disease. Interestingly, Mercury mentioned that keeping privacy was his skill which could help avoid being interviewed.
He told that it didn’t mean to let audience know all his information but just want to keep some privacy for himself. In 1971, the band Queen was formed in London . The members in the band were Brian May, John Deacon, Roger Taylor and Mercury. The band Queen was famous for albums named Sheer Hear Attack and A Night at the Opera. Interestingly, the band Queen produced a great performance as “Live Aid”, which was regarded as the best in rock history in 1985.