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Freddie Mercury

A Legendary Voice

By (author) Ernesto Assante


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  • This celebratory volume is a must-have for every collection
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An intimate story of a great front man and his band, who sparked waves in the music industry and changed the way people viewed rock music. A singer, songwriter, an inimitable performer: Freddie Mercury has left his mark on the popular culture of the last 50 years, and his music has influenced the imagination of different generations, defying the definition of musical genre itself. The biggest voice of its generation and probably of all music’s history in a celebratory volume, 30 years after his passing (1991-2021). A must-have volume for every collection: an ever-selling title filled with photographs to outline the polyhedral character of Mercury through his life and his music. An intimate story of a great frontman and its band, who changed the way of doing music within the strict borders of musical genre.

About the Author

Ernesto Assante is a journalist, music critic, author and radio and television host. He has written a number of books including The Legends of Rock, The Days of Rock. The Events that Shaped the Story of Music, U2. The Story and Images of a Rock Legend, Woodstock '69. Rock Revolution, The Beatles. 1962-1969 from Liverpool to Abbey Road and InfoRock. The History of Rock Music published by White Star Publishers.

White Star
18th Oct 2023
World excluding USA & Canada; India non-exclusive; Italy non-exclusive
253 mm x 207 mm
208 Pages
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