'Queen' released 'Made in Heaven' in 1995, an album that included a few never-heard-before songs by the spectacular artiste
The song 'Bohemian Rhapsody', written and performed by Mercury, was featured in the 1992 film, 'Wayne's World'
On 24 November 1991, he died from bronchial pneumonia that was caused by AIDS
In 1988, Freddie released his second studio album titled, 'Barcelona', where he paired up with Spanish soprano singer, Montserrat Caballé
The same year, in 1986, Mercury performed with his band, 'Queen', at Budapest, for 80,000 fans
The following year, 'Queen' performed at the 'Live Aid' concert held on July 13, 1985
In 1984, he attempted to go solo with the song 'Love Kills', from musician Richard Wolf's album, 'Metropolis: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack'
During 1981–1983, the popular singer collaborated with Michael Jackson on soundtracks like 'State of Shock', 'There Must Be More to Life Than This', and 'Victory'
In the mid-1980s, he started a new relationship, this time with an Austrian actress, Barbara Valentin
In 1976, he embarked on an affair with male employee of 'Elektra Records', which saw the end of his relationship with Mary
During 1970-80, the exceptional singer acted as singer and songwriter for several albums produced by his band, 'Queen'
In 1963, Farrokh went back to his hometown, to live with his parents, but soon, the family had to escape from there, after the commencement of the 'Zanzibar Revolution', meant to depose the Arab Sultan
While in school, Farrokh began referring to himself as Freddie, and in 1958, he formed a music group, 'The Hectics'
Peter's School' in Panchgani, near Mumbai, beginning 1954
Freddie Mercury was born Farrokh Bulsara, to Parsi parents, Bomi and Jer Bulsara, on September 5, 1946, in the British territory of the Sultanate of Zanzibar, a part of present day Tanzania
On the morning of August 16, 1977, Elvis was found on the floor of his bathroom at Graceland
He met the then president Richard Nixon, on December 21, 1970
On December 3, 1968, he returned to the stage in the acclaimed televised comeback special Elvis
On May 1, 1967, Elvis Presley married Priscilla Beaulie at the Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas
On March 2,1960, he was discharged from the army with the rank of sergeant and he returned to the United States
On December 20,1957, Presley received a draft notice
In March 1956, he appeared for an audition for the movie ‘Love me Tender’ with the Paramount Movie Studios
The deal was struck on November 21, 1955 and Elvis’s Sun contract was sold for a price of $40,000
Backed with guitarist Scotty Moore and bassist Bill Black, Presley played publicly at the Bon Air Club on 17th July,1954
In June 1953, when he graduated from high school, Presley had already chosen music as his career
His first public performance was on October 3, 1945 at the Mississippi-Alabama Fair and Dairy Show where he sang ‘Old Shep’
Younger brother of Mississippi Slim (a singer who had a radio show on Tupelo's WELO during the later 1940s) was a classmate of Presley and often took him to the station