Freddie Mercury sings a classic from the 80s, becomes an unforgettable duet when Montserrat joins

Freddie Mercury, the lead singer of the rock band Queen, is considered by many to be one of the greatest vocalists the world has ever seen. With a four-octave vocal range, this rock singer became a global icon as he traveled the world performing with his band.

But in 1988, while performing onstage in front of thousands, Freddie met his match vocally. Singing “How Can I Go On,” a song off his personal album, he combined with Spanish opera singer Montserrat Caballé for an unforgettable duet performance. Although Freddie was known to sing rock music, he breaks out of his typical delivery and transitions to something much more elegant.

Montserrat’s soprano voice coupled with Freddie’s power resulted in a powerhouse performance for the ages. I have never heard a duet as good as this before.

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