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Queen embodied glam rock of the seventies, by combining heavy riffs and complex vocal harmonies with an androgynous image. The opera voice of Freddie Mercury and Brian May's guitar were overdubbed while endlessly to create pompous rock too, in the grandest sense. In the eighties turned Queen as a band with a sharp nose for hits, which leaned more on keyboards. As a live act, the group made a big… impression, including a legendary concert at Live Aid in 1985.
After Mercury in 1991, died from complications of AIDS, the remaining trio retreated a time. By the end of 2004 joined May and drummer Roger Taylor are with singer Paul Rodgers (Free / Bad Company). Later, the duo worked live with other vocalists.more