EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: feelnumb.com was invited to the Exclusive U.S. Book Launch and Press Reception of Queen in 3-D by Brian May at Walt Disney Studios, Burbank California. Check out the photos….
Rumors have been swirling on messages boards as to who portrayed and voiced “Humpty Dumpty” in the TurboTax commercial with many people claiming it was Austin Powers himself Mike Myers. I’m proud to say that the man behind the egg is my good friend actor Darren Richardson.
These photos claim to be the last photographs of Queen frontman Freddie Mercury alive. The two photos below were taken in 1991 shortly before his death in the backyard of his home Garden Lodge 1 Logan Place Kensington, London.
I’ve seen Mickey Mouse play just about every instrument. Piano, Flute, Drums, Bass, & Guitar. It;s not wonder that John Lennon, Brian WIlson, Joe Walsh, John Frusciante, Anthony Kiedis, Dave Grohl, Michael Jackson, Psy all have rocked a Mickey Mouse Shirt.
These backstage photos of Queen with soccer legend Diego Maradona were taken in Argentina during a South America tour stop for “The Game Tour” are awesome.
Freddie Mercury made this Flash Gordon superhero shirt pretty famous. The Mercury superhero thing didn’t stop with that “Flash” shirt. These photos below Mercury seemed to have somewhat of a superhero fettish.
Foo Fighters and Hawkins are huge Queen fans so what better way to celebrate the life of one of your idols then by putting his face on your kick drum.
I’ve done a few of stories about “Band Members Wearing Their Own Band Shirt” but I recently came across this cool self-shot photo of Brian May wearing a shirt with his Queen band mate and lead singer Freddie Mercury on it…
While watching the Queen Live at Wembley Stadium 1986 concert I noticed John Deacon wearing a shirt that said Freddie during “Radio Ga Ga” and I assumed it had to do with Freddie Mercury.
In our opinion the biggest stadium anthems are “We Will Rock You” and “We Are The Champions” by Queen, Rock & Roll Part 2 by Gary Glitter, “Jump Around” by House of Pain and just recently “Seven Nation Army” by The White Stripes. It’s a little different then the average stadium anthem because instead of singing along the crown actually mimics the songs bass line.