Country Stars Cover Queen – Celebrating Freddie Mercury On His Birthday

On this day in 1946 one of the most iconic musical voices of all time was born, and would go on to inspire countless performers to let go of their inhibitions and take to the stage in a way that had never been done before him. In honor of Freddie Mercury‘s legacy, we’d like to share with you some amazing performances of some of our favorite country stars paying tribute to the man who fronted Queen.

Zac Brown Band performing “Bohemian Rhapsody”

Dwight Yoakam covers “Crazy Little Thing Called Love”

The Band Perry performing “Fat Bottomed Girls (starting at about 1:30)”

Billy Gilman performs “The Show Must Go On” on The Voice

Sugarland, Little Big Town, and Matt Nathanson join together to perform “Somebody To Love”

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Shauna "WhiskeyChick" Castorena is a freelance writer for both Country Music News and Pure Rock News. You can reach Shauna on Twitter or Facebook.

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