Tristan's Gallery

Freddie Mercury & Queen

Tristan's Gallery have a unique collection of vintage one-off-only prints of Freddie Mercury by Roger Bamber, award winning Fleet Street photographer.  Photographs from other leading artists include those from Terry O'Neil, Kevin Cummings, Michael Brennan and Janet Macoska.

In the celestial realm of rock and roll, Freddie Mercury, with his unparalleled vocal prowess and flamboyant stage presence, orchestrated a symphony that transformed the musical landscape forever. Born Farrokh Bulsara in Zanzibar in 1946, Mercury would go on to redefine the very essence of a rock frontman as the lead vocalist of the British band Queen. Accompanied by Brian May's soaring guitar riffs, Roger Taylor's vigorous drumming, and John Deacon's solid bass lines, the quartet ushered in an era where rock blended seamlessly with opera, disco, and progressive sounds. Mercury, with his extraordinary four-octave vocal range and charismatic persona, became the beating heart of a band that captivated audiences globally, creating an indelible mark in the annals of music history.