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09.05.2011 – Today it would be a historic day for Freddie Mercury to celebrate his 65th Birthday if not for his passing on November 24, 1991. Mercury the legendary front man for one the greatest rock bands in the world known as Queen has been an icon of music.

Born Farrokh Bulsara on September 5, 1946 was a British Musician, singer, and song writer who would rise to be known as the lead vocalist of Queen. He has powerful vocals over a four-octave range having a flamboyant persona on stage.

Freddie Mercury died of bronchopneumonia brought on by AIDS on 24 November 1991, only one day after publicly acknowledging he had the disease.

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So what’s the significance with his birthday? With your support in supporting AIDS research and awareness possible just log-in to GetGlue.com. If you want to acquire this sticker in making this happen and also celebrates “Freddie for A Day”.

If you have not registered a log-in got to GetGlue.com sign up and once you’re set got to the Queen Page and check-in by leaving a comment: "Happy 65th Birthday to Freddie Mercury"

Remember this is limited-time only for today and the sticker won’t be available tomorrow. Other tributes where done by search engine giant Google.

Google dedicated their Google Doodle to him. It included a complex animation set to the chorus of "Don't Stop Me Now".

This was inspired by this music video taken from their Greatest Hits album.

Aids Awareness

UNAIDS-Philippines recently created a buzz over the alarming rise of HIV infection on a global scale. The Philippines reports that there are six new infections that are being recoded. The highest rate gets are reported the male gender with quite a number causing the deadly virus like wildfire.

Previously there was an event that launched The Red Whistle Campaign to help alarm people of this country regarding the HIV/AIDS asking everyone to get involve with this campaign.

This marks Freddie Mercury's birthday a constant reminder about AIDS research and awareness to be known not only in the Philippines but globally.

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