Listen: Freddie, Kroger, Mercury discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Rock and roll is full of pretenders at any point in its history. You can throw a dart and hit six wannabes that lacked it I just threw one I hit check Kroger audiences want to be entertained, and we wanna feel we wanna be enraptured by performance and transported to a musical. Nirvana. The frontman is largely responsible for that. You know, what I think Jason Lee in the film almost famous put it best. Look, I work as hard or harder than anybody on that stage. You know, what I do I connect I get people off. I look for the one guy who isn't getting off. And I'm making get off actually that you can print, of course, charisma and talent is natural. And not learned no one exemplifies that more than Freddie, Mercury even through the filter of history and on a screen. Mercury. Command your attention. For example. My daughter jet will literally stop whatever she's doing if Queen comes on TV as the parent of a toddler anytime. You have something that keeps them quiet if for only a few moments, it's a godsend, of course to the rock and roll world. Freddie was a godsend no matter if you're young or old uninitiated or a seasoned rock and roll archaeologist top or bottom, Freddie, has it. His story needs to be told and queens music needs to be exposed to everyone. So a movie seems like a great fit.."