Girls put a delightful twist on “Bohemian Rhapsody,” leaves crowd begging for more

Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” was released 1975. That’s more than forty years ago, but it’s the kind of evergreen song that will never lose its appeal to the music-loving public. Written by Freddy Mercury for the band’s 1975 album entitled A Night at the Opera, the single was reportedly one of the most expensive singles ever made at the time of its released.
However, the exact cost can’t be determined. The same can be said about its value. The song will remain in history as a rare musical gem and will continue to inspire future generations.
The Frensham Madrigals, an all-girl choir, chose the song for their championship performance at a choral festival, and they totally nailed it.
Now, no one can ever match the one and only Freddie Mercury, but these extremely talented girls definitely managed to put their own personalities into the song and deliver a great performance that would have likely made Mercury proud.
It’s obvious that they had a lot of fun singing this famous song, and their energy on stage managed to get the audience involved throughout the song. So take a couple of minutes out of your busy day to enjoy this wonderful performance.

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