Roger Taylor Shares Opinion On Where Queen Would Be If Freddie Mercury Was Alive Today

Queen drummer Roger Taylor spoke in a recent interview with Classic Rock and revealed his opinion about where Queen would be if Freddie Mercury was still alive.

As you may recall, Freddie Mercury was one of the biggest stars in the world. Unfortunately, the legend diagnosed with AIDS in 1987 and passed away following the complications of this virus in 1991.

In the conversation, Roger was asked what they would be doing if Freddie was still with them today, and his answer was not surprising at all. While mentioning that Freddie wouldn’t want to make the same music, he also said that they would be still together.

Furthermore, Roger stated that they won’t be performing live if Freddie was alive because they would be making music as they did in the past, and Roger pointed out that it was an obsession for Freddie.

Interviewer asked:

“Would Queen still exist if Freddie was alive?”

Roger Taylor replied:

“I can’t give you a definitive answer, obviously, but I’d guess it would still be together in some form. I don’t think Freddie would have wanted to do it in the same way.

I don’t think we would be performing live. I think we probably would still have been making music – because that’s what we did. And Freddie was obsessed with music.”

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