Bohemian Rhapsody Released in Alignment w/ Live Aid
My post on Freddie Mercury
The film Bohemian Rhapsody features a cinematic recreation of the Live Aid concert from 1985.
Rather ironically, Mercury, the lead singer of Queen, who wound up coming out as a “queen“, would later die of AIDS when this Live Aid concert was perhaps his most iconic as a performer.
This film was released in the United States a span of 3 months, 3 weeks after the 33rd anniversary of the Live Aid concert:
The film was released in the UK 9 days earlier. That date was 33 years, 103 days after the concert:
The Live Aid concert was held due to the success of a song called “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” by charity supergroup Band-Aid. The song was released exactly 33 weeks before the concert:
The 33rd Prime number is 137
Freddie Mercury contracted AIDS due to his homosexual lifestyle. He died a span of 137 days after the most recent total eclipse
The Live Aid concert date of 7/13 is interesting. It’s the same date Queen released their eponymous debut album 12 years earlier in 1973.