Yes, it really is that long since we lost Queen's flamboyant frontman, and yet he continues to live long in our memories - so much so that it barely seems as if a month goes by before a documentary pops up about him or the band he formed with guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor in 1970 (bass player John Deacon joined later).
What does JD stand for?
JD stands for John Deacon (Queen bassist)
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Hungarian Rhapsody opens with a 25 minute documentary specially created for the cinema release and follows band members Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon after their historic performance at Live Aid on July 13, 1985 through the following year .
Rob Comber''s stage antics makes him the perfect Freddie Mercury, Christopher Gregory is Brian May, Wayne Bourne is drummer Roger Taylor, and Kevin Goodwin is John Deacon.
a) Cliff Burton b) John Entwhistle c) John Deacon By Telephone: Call 0901 154 2610 and follow the instructions By Text: Text BP2 followed by a space and your answer, your name, address and postcode to 84080.
Having exploded onto an unsuspecting music world in 1974, Freddie Mercury, above, Roger Taylor, Brian May and John Deacon became a considerable force in the business over the next two decades.
Bass guitarist John Deacon, 59, has retired from the music business.
The movie will be the first time the surviving members of 'Queen' rian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon - have agreed to license songs and music publishing rights for a movie about the band, reports Deadline.
BIRTHDAYS: Richard Ingrams, former editor of Private Eye, 73; Ginger Baker, drummer, 71; Jill St John, actress, 70; Billy J Kramer, Sixties pop star, 67; Bill Clinton, former US president, 64; John Deacon, rock musician (Queen), 59; Kevin Dillon, actor, 45; Matthew Perry, actor, 41; Erika Christensen, actress (pictured), 28.