Queen's Freddie Mercury never wanted to have an in-depth discussion about his sexuality with the public. However, it was well known that this icon of rock had had relationships with both men and women. At one point he claimed to be bisexual, but he may have been a gay man who got involved with members of the opposite sex because he was trying to survive — and build a career — in a very homophobic world. Mercury died of an AIDS-related illness at the age of 45, taking his personal insights into his sexuality to the grave. Yet a look at the circumstances of his life, loves and career can still offer insight into who he truly was. For most of Mercury's life, the wider world didn't accept gays and bisexuals.
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His work began in , and continued to grow as the years went by, especially when a majority of his work was done on Newgrounds. Will started doing Let's Plays in , at the time when he was originally living in England. Later on in , Will moved to the town of Enniskillen, Ireland with his fiance girlfriend at the time ; Chloe Eves , giving Chris Brown now on Joy Charged Gamerz the permission to do solo let's plays for the channel. In December , Chloe and Will ended their relationship, but they remain good friends to this day. As of Feburary 16th, , Will began a relationship with one of his head mods, InuTrash. However, as of , Will has decided that he would no longer be doing animations, and passed on the position to DAGames member Sean Webby. Music wise, Will has had at least 11 years of music knowledge.
The group writes, records and produces all of their own music from their living room Using the money they made from busking, the AJR brothers bought a bass, a ukulele and a sampler to bring back to the living room of their New York City apartment, where they have been making their music ever since. The group says that their ability to have free reign over their music allows them to be as honest as possible with their fans. And because we actually played that show for them they became lifelong fans Throughout their career, there were at least times where they wanted to give up.
Brian May played lead guitar on his homemade axe, the "Red Special," for the rock band Queen, which rose to fame in the s. Outside his musical career, May has earned advanced degrees in astrophysics, published numerous books and devoted his time to animal welfare causes. An imaginative teen, May, with the help of his father, built his own homemade guitar, dubbed "The Red Special. He would go on to play it on every Queen album and live show.