Published On: Sat, Feb 25th, 2023
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Freddie Mercury – The Queen song performed live more than any other | Music | Entertainment

Sir Brian May wrote Now I’m Here when he was seriously ill in hospital with a duodenal ulcer during the summer of 1974. The song ended up being one of the singles on Queen’s album that year, Sheer Heart Attack, and became a live favourite performed at almost every one of the band’s concerts from 1974-86.

During that record’s tour, Freddie would be seen singing “Now I’m here” on one side of the stage amidst darkness and then just a few bars later on “Now I’m there” he’d appear on the other side of the stage thanks to an identically dressed stage hand. 

The track has endured as an epic opener to their concerts and Sir Brian has continued to perform it solo, being joined by Def Leppard in 1992 at The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert.  

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