Top 10 Best Vocal Performances At The Freddie Mercury Tribute ConcertMetal_Treasure The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness was a benefit concert held in April 1992 at Wembley Stadium in London, England.
The concert was a tribute to the life of Freddie Mercury, the legendary lead singer of Queen.
Audience - 72,000 (with proceeds going to AIDS research).
Most of the songs were performed with Queen because they were Queen covers.
To tell you in advance my biggest disappointments were:
1) Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin) - he sang Queen's songs Innuendo, Crazy Little Thing Called Love
2) Roger Daltrey (the Who) - he sang Queen's song I Want It All
The Top Ten
Eversince I hear this version of this song I get tears in my eyes. So good!
A song with some very difficult parts to sing and he nailed it. Flawless vocals and technique. His vocals in the 3rd part of the song, where are the hardest things to sing, were so good that even surprised me. And it was live. Moreover, he was a pop singer - I didn't expect to be so good at rock songs. Great job! (play the sample).
R.I.P. George. - Metal_Treasure
Even though it's a live version, it's still the best cover of this song for me. - Metal_Treasure
Mr. Elton John! He was very good, actually one of the best at this concert. Hands down. - Metal_Treasure
From the first notes you can tell she's got a well trained voice. - Metal_Treasure
Joe Elliott of Def Leppard was just great singing this Queen song (Brian May sang the first verse and Joe continued). - Metal_Treasure
Saddest performance of the night. - DaringXx
Related ListsBest Artists that Played at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert Top Ten Greatest Freddie Mercury Vocal Performances Top 10 Queen Songs Not Sung by Freddie Mercury In Lead Vocals Saddest Queen / Freddie Mercury Songs Top Ten Reasons Why We Will Never Have Another Freddie Mercury
170 days old
2. Bohemian Rhapsody - Elton John and Axl Rose
3. The Show Must Go On - Elton John