Freddie Mercury on stage at Wembley Stadium, London, on July 12, 1986 for the Magic Tour. This tour was the last time Queen played with Freddie, who decided to cancel the tour at the height of the band's success. By the way, a year earlier, Live Aid, the charity for Africa, was held at the same location. Queen was by far the highlight of all the artists and bands playing that day. Shortly after the release of the album “A Kind of Magic” the “Magic Tour” followed.

Years later and after Freddie's death, the band released a sort of tribute to him in 1992 with "Live at Wembley", which was released as an album/CD (The album cover used the same image but was in color. Since the original recording was in black and white, an artist colored it by hand.)

All in all, Freddie at Wembley Stadium is one of the ten most famous iconic R'n'R shots of all time.

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The Story behind the Picture -  by Neal Preston

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    Freddie Mercury, London, 1986

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    Print Quality: Archival Pigment Print

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