In 1992, George Michael Channeled Freddie Mercury And Nailed Queen’s ‘Somebody To Love’!

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George Michael Pays Tribute To Freddie Mercury, Yet Manages To Steal The Entire Show!

When Freddie Mercury of the legendary rock band Queen passed away, it sent a shockwave of sadness through the entire music lovers community. Even to this day, Freddie Mercury is still revered as one of the (if not THE) most influential and charismatic singer/songwriter/performers of all time. This is the guys that wrote Bohemian Rhapsody for crying out loud! But I digress. Onto the subject at hand George Michael.

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In 1992, George Michael teamed up with Queen to pay tribute to the aforementioned Freddie Mercury. George Michael sang the song Somebody To Love. When you think of George Michael, Queen’s music may not be the first thought that crosses your mind, but after seeing and hearing how George Michael performs this iconic song, who can’t help but agree that George Michael channels EVERY bit of Freddie Mercury! Don’t believe me? See for yourself!

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