The 11th Brit Awards, held on Feb. 18, 1990, offered a moment of public triumph for the members of Queen.
Most classic-rock stars might shy away from directly comparing their newest singer with the career-making frontman he replaced.
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.
Comics artist Steve Bunche posted unpublished panels that depict Wolverine meeting Freddie Mercury.
Queen has issued a previously unreleased track called 'Let Me In Your Heart Again' exclusively for the (Coca-Cola) RED campaign, which benefits the Global Fund to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
Roger Taylor says he's still waiting to get approval from Michael Jackson's estate on the unreleased Jackson-Freddie Mercury duets.
Zanzibar has built a cottage industry out of the late Freddie Mercury, in direct contrast to its stance against homosexuality.
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.'
Sebastian Bach sang 'We Are the Champions' on ABC's 'Sing Your Face Off.'
Brian May remembers what those final recording sessions with Freddie Mercury were like.