Freddie Mercury (1946 - 1991)
Freddie is a legend of the music history. He may be gone but his songs live forever. His timeless songs, “Somebody to Love”, “We Are the Champions”, and “Bohemian Rhapsody” are featured in many movies up to this day. Thousands of fans build a website for him so that his name and his story will remain alive. His tragic life story taught people that no glory, money, and fame will save us from the inevitable. You can visit Freddie's house at Garden Lodge, Kensington and try out the travelstart discount voucher.
Jeff Buckley (1966 - 1997)
His song “Hallelujah” was one of his most controversial and ironic songs. The message is quite unclear which gave it a more interesting taste to it. The song tells a vague story similar to the paintings you’ll see in van Gogh Museum Amsterdam. He drowned in Wolf River Harbor in 1997. Fan up to this day argue about the meaning of his songs. It’s too bad that we have never asked him what the meaning of the song really holds. You can visit and use a good i amsterdam card van gogh museum.
Selena (1971 - 1995)
Selena Quintanilla-Pérez was the perfect epitome of a girl with a dream. Her life as a song artist redefined Latin music. Aside from singing, she also ventured in the selling of her own clothing line. Her designs were practical yet sophisticated just like the dresses you’ll see from online shops like lazada and zalora. She was known for her nerve-wracking live concerts sending people to cloud 9.
Amy Winehouse (1983 - 2011)
Amy Winehouse died at a young age of 35 years old. She had a troubled life as a young woman which made her turn to alcohol and drugs. Her songs taught us about the society we live in and how it contributed to the demise of a person’s life. Her groovy songs are still being played at dinner cruise Amsterdam. Adelle during one of her concerts sang a tribute song for her, “To Make You Feel My Love”. You can find similar gig show get a zalando black friday kortingscode.