In 1977 the Queen released this popular song. Eight years later, it was performed in front of 250,000 people!

Freddie Mercury, the lead singer of the Queen was and will always be one of the legends of rock music. The concerts of the group always attracted hundreds of thousands of music lovers around the world.

In 1977 the Queen released this popular song. Eight years later, it was performed in front of 250,000 people!

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The legendary band’s 1985 “Live In Rio” concert in Brazil, held in front of over 250,000 fans was one of the most outstanding events in the history of rock music. The gigantic crowd sang in unison the familiar choruses that are still cherished by many music lovers.

“We Are the Champions” is one of the songs that brought fame both to the lead singer and to the other three members of the band. Freddie always succeeded in gaining the love of his audience, even though he sometimes stirred up controversy because of his non-conformist lifestyle.

In this video recorded during the Live In Rio concert, Freddie Mercury’s voice sounds better than ever, and its intensity leaves us without words as he plays the song “We Are The Champions”; it is evident that performing on the stage is Freddie’s greatest passion.

The tragic death of the musician has brought a great loss to the music world, but the songs he composed and interpreted throughout his musical career will remain in our memory forever.

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