Freddie Mercury / Farrokh Bomi Bulsara
Farrokh Bomi Bulsara, known as Freddie Mercury, was the lead singer of Queen. He was also a compositor and helped creating many of Queen’s best hits. Freddie was born on 5 September 1946 in Stone town, in the British protectorate Zanzibar. His parents, Bomi (1908–2003) and Jer Bulsara (1922–2016) were Parsis from the Gujarat region of the then-province of the Bombay Presidency in British India. As Parses, Mercury and his family practiced the Zoroastrian religion. The Bulsara family had moved to Zanzibar so that his father could continue his job as a cashier at the British Colonial Office. He had a younger sister, Kashmira. Mercury was born with four supernumerary incisors. His life was hard because of his sexual orientation, that was not supported by his parents, neither by the society. On the evening of 24 November 1991 Mercury died at the age of 45 at his home in Kensington from AIDS. Although he died, his legacy continued and is still continuing.
Although he finished the university with an astrophysicist degree, he is known for being the guitarist of Queen.Brian Harold May was born on 19 July 1947 in Hampton, Middlesex the only child of Ruth Irving (Fletcher) and Harold May, who worked as a draughtsman at the Ministry of Aviation. His mother was Scottish, while his father was English. May attended the local Hampton Grammar School, then a voluntary aided school. During this time, he formed his first band, named 1984 after George Orwell’s novel of the same name, with vocalist and bassist Tim Staffell. Through time he always was the heart of Queen.
Roger Taylor is the drummer of Queen, voted in 2005 the eighth-greatest drummer in classic rock music history.