On November 24, 1991, Queen frontman Freddie Mercury died of AIDS complications. Throughout the day people took to social media to share their love for the late singer.Last year Queen's story was portrayed in the award-winning film Bohemian Rhapsody, which was named for the band's hit song. American actor Rami Malek, known for his starring role in Mr. Robot, won the Academy Award for Best Actor for portraying the British rockstar. The film reignited many people's love for the band and introduced Queen's music to those born after Mercury's death.Now, Jewish-American singer Adam Lambert serves as the band's frontman. In 2016, Lambert, along with original Queen members Brain May and Roger Taylor, played Queen's first concert in Israel. The set list included Queen classics such as Killer Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody, Somebody to Love and Don't Stop Me Now. "Hey Tel Aviv! SHALOM!" Lambert tweeted the day before the show.
Hey Tel Aviv! SHALOM!— ADAM LAMBERT (@adamlambert) September 11, 2016