Freddie Mercury "The Last Tour" 11x14 Photograph (SG Mat Deboss Signature Series)
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ABOUT THIS COLLECTIBLE
We Will Rock You! Or at least Freddie & Queen will. The late great Freddie Mercury was born in 1946 in Zanzibar to Parsi parents from India. In 1964, his family fled the Zanzibar Revolution, moving to Middlesex, England. Having studied and written music for years, he formed Queen in 1970 with guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor. And the rest, as they say, is history. Mercury wrote numerous hits for Queen, including "Bohemian Rhapsody", "Killer Queen", "Crazy Little Thing Called Love", and "We Are the Champions". Sadly, Mercury died in 1991 at age 45 due to complications from AIDS. As a member of Queen, Mercury was posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2001. And the 2018 film about Mercury and Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody, is the highest-grossing musical biographical film of all time. An amazing musical legacy, this terrific Wembley Stadium b&w image from his last tour with Queen is a keeper. More an artist rendering than a true photo, this beauty is part of our very cool (and popular!) unsigned SG Signature Mat Series, and includes debossed facsimile Freddie Mercury autograph right on the matting. Measuring approximately 18" h x 22” w (framed) and Sports Gallery Quality Framed with wood moulding, glass and double, bottom-weighted matting, this "Music Art" is a terrific tribute to a timeless performer and the perfect display (and gift!) for any Queen…or Freddie…fan. PLEASE NOTE: Autograph is lightly embalmed on matting. It will be more visible in certain lighting than in others and, in so doing, provides a cool effect when people see it for the first time.