Question Kitty K : Freddie Mercury: the feud with NME SalutPourriez-fans of Queen / Freddie Mercury help me … I’m witting a paper on the quarrels between the musicians and the music press. I am aware of several events in the 1970′s, 80′s ’90 ‘s, however, surprisingly I am struggling to find quotes to support my arguments … I can not find evidence of these conversations that take place! I remember reading years ago that Freddie and NME fell early on when referring to him by the magazine, do not quote me directly, but something as stuck? I searched for hours that the interview is not the location. The only one that keeps coming up is the infamous one w / NME in which we not Freddie refers to himself as “gay” which is I’m after. Could someone please help me? Then, in 1992, the Vanity Fair interview Courtney Love was quite something costs so much to his family, emotionally, psychologically and financially! I can not find anywhere this special interview! Do you know of any other infamous feuds between musicians dramatically and the press? If it does please share. Thank you in advance xxMeilleure response: Answer
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How about the Eagles rivalry found that the quarrel about the Queen for you aussiLes members of Queensland have been widely criticized in the 1980s because they broke a United Nations cultural boycott by performing a series of shows at Sun City in 1984, a complex entertainment in Bophuthatswana, a homeland of (then) apartheid in South Africa. Following these shows, Queen was placed on a UN list of artists who broke the boycott was widely criticized and magazines in search as the NME.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freddie_Mercury # this helps. What do you think? Answer below!