British music stars deceased in Bronchopneumonia

Here are 2 famous musicians from United Kingdom died in Bronchopneumonia:

Elsa Lanchester

Elsa Lanchester (October 28, 1902 Lewisham-December 26, 1986 Motion Picture & Television Country House and Hospital) also known as Elizabeth Lanchester Sullivan or Elsa Sullivan Lanchester was a British actor.

Discography: Sings Bawdy Cockney Songs.

Lanchester was best known for her role as the Bride of Frankenstein in the 1935 film of the same name. She started her career on the stage in England, appearing in both comedies and dramas. In 1927, she moved to Hollywood with her husband, actor Charles Laughton, and began appearing in films. In addition to her role as the Bride of Frankenstein, Lanchester appeared in many other memorable films, including "Witness for the Prosecution," for which she received an Academy Award nomination. She was also a talented singer and recorded several albums throughout her career. Lanchester was known for her eccentric personality and was a beloved figure in Hollywood until her death in 1986.

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Freddie Mercury

Freddie Mercury (September 5, 1946 Stone Town-November 24, 1991 Kensington) a.k.a. Farrokh Bulsara, Larry Lurex, Freddy Mercury, Farrokh Bomi Bulsara, Freddie or Frederick Bulsara was a British organist, keyboard player, pianist, record producer, singer-songwriter, singer and musician.

Discography: The Very Best, Remixes, In My Defence, Living on My Own, The Great Pretender, The Freddie Mercury Album, Mr. Bad Guy, The Solo Collection, Time and The Great Pretender. Genres he performed: Pop music, Rockabilly, Rock music, Hard rock, Pop rock, Progressive rock, Heavy metal and Glam rock.

Freddie Mercury was best known as the lead vocalist of the legendary British rock band Queen. He was widely regarded as one of the greatest singers in the history of rock music, with a powerful and distinctive voice that could span four octaves. With Mercury as their frontman, Queen produced hit after hit, including "Bohemian Rhapsody," "We Will Rock You," and "Don't Stop Me Now."

Aside from his musical career, Mercury was also known for his flamboyant stage presence and his androgynous fashion sense. He often wore costumes that were considered avant-garde at the time, and his performances were infused with theatrics and showmanship.

Mercury passed away in 1991 due to complications related to HIV/AIDS. He remains an iconic figure in the world of music and his influence can still be felt in the music industry today.

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