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A statue in Montreux, Switzerland, by sculptor Irena Sedlecká, was erected as a tribute to Mercury.[150] It stands almost 10 feet (3 metres) high overlooking Lake Geneva and was unveiled on 25 November 1996 by Mercury’s father and Montserrat Caballé, with bandmates Brian May and Roger Taylor also in attendance.[151] Beginning in 2003 fans from around the world have gathered in Switzerland annually to pay tribute to the singer as part of the «Freddie Mercury Montreux Memorial Day» on the first weekend of September. The Bearpark And Esh Colliery Band played at the Freddie Mercury statue on 1 June 2010.[152]

In 1997 the three remaining members of Queen released «No-One but You (Only the Good Die Young)», a song dedicated to Mercury and all those that die too soon.[153] In 1999 a Royal Mail stamp with an image of Mercury on stage was issued in his honour as part of the UK postal service’s Millennium Stamp series.[154][155] In 2009 a star commemorating Mercury was unveiled in Feltham, west London where his family moved upon arriving in England in 1964. The star in memory of Mercury’s achievements was unveiled on Feltham High Street by his mother Jer Bulsara and Queen bandmate May.[156]

Mercury statue above the West End’s Dominion Theatre
A statue of Mercury stood over the entrance to the Dominion Theatre in London’s West End from May 2002 to May 2014 for Queen and Ben Elton’s musical We Will Rock You.[157] A tribute to Queen was on display at the Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas throughout 2009 on its video canopy.[158] In December 2009 a large model of Mercury wearing tartan was put on display in Edinburgh as publicity for the run of We Will Rock You at the Playhouse Theatre.[159]

For Mercury’s 65th birthday in 2011, Google dedicated their Google Doodle to him. It included an animation set to the Mercury penned song, «Don’t Stop Me Now».[160] Referring to «the late, great Freddie Mercury» in their 2012 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction speech, Guns N’ Roses quoted Mercury’s lyrics from his song «We Are the Champions»; «I’ve taken my bows, my curtain calls, you’ve brought me fame and fortune and everything that goes with it, and I thank you all.»[161][162]

Tribute was paid to Queen and Mercury at the closing ceremony of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. The band’s performance of «We Will Rock You» with Jessie J was opened with a video of Mercury’s «call and response» routine from 1986’s Wembley Stadium performance, with the 2012 crowd at the Olympic Stadium responding appropriately.[163][164]

The frog genus Mercurana, discovered in 2013 in Kerala, India, was named as a tribute because Mercury’s «vibrant music inspires the authors». In addition, the site of the discovery is very near to where Mercury spent most of his childhood.[165] A new species of damselfly from Brazil was named Heteragrion freddiemercuryi in his honour, with the etymology: «I name this species after Freddie Mercury, artistic name of Farrokh Bulsara (1946–1991), superb and gifted musician and songwriter whose wonderful voice and talent still entertain millions of people around the world.»[166]

On 1 September 2016, an English Heritage blue plaque was unveiled at Mercury’s home in 22 Gladstone Avenue in Feltham, west London by his sister Kashmira Cooke and Brian May.[167] Attending the ceremony, Karen Bradley, the UK Secretary of State for Culture, called Mercury «one of Britain’s most influential musicians», and added he «is a global icon whose music touched the lives of millions of people around the world».[168] On 5 September 2016, the 70th anniversary of Mercury’s birth, asteroid 17473 Freddiemercury was named after him.[169] Issuing the certificate of designation to the «charismatic singer», Joel Parker of the Southwest Research Institute added: «Freddie Mercury sang, ‘I’m a shooting star leaping through the sky’ — and now that is even more true than ever before.»[169]

The airline Norwegian painted the tail fin of two of its aircraft with a portrait of Mercury to mark what would have been his 71st birthday in September 2017. Mercury is one of the company’s six «British tail fin heroes», alongside England’s 1966 FIFA World Cup winning captain Bobby Moore, children’s author Roald Dahl, novelist Jane Austen, pioneering pilot Amy Johnson, and aviation entrepreneur Sir Freddie Laker.[170][171]

Importance in AIDS history
As the first major rock star to die of AIDS, Mercury’s death represented an important event in the history of the disease.[172] In April 1992, the remaining members of Queen founded The Mercury Phoenix Trust and organised The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness, to celebrate the life and legacy of Mercury and raise money for AIDS research, which took place on 20 April 1992.[173] The Mercury Phoenix Trust has since raised millions of pounds for various AIDS charities. The tribute concert, which took place at London’s Wembley Stadium for an audience of 72,000, featured a wide variety of guests including Robert Plant (of Led Zeppelin), Roger Daltrey (of the Who), Extreme, Elton John, Metallica, David Bowie, Annie Lennox, Tony Iommi (of Black Sabbath), Guns N’ Roses, Elizabeth Taylor, George Michael, Def Leppard, Seal, Liza Minnelli, and U2 (via satellite). Elizabeth Taylor spoke of Mercury as «an extraordinary rock star who rushed across our cultural landscape like a comet shooting across the sky».[174] The concert was broadcast live to 76 countries and had an estimated viewing audience of 1 billion peopl

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