Mac Martel: “Queen’s music makes me tiptoe” | Freddie Mercury | Hollywood | Roger Taylor | shows

A Marc Martell His life changed in 2011 when Queen drummer Roger Taylor selected him to perform at a tribute concert. Before that, he was a singer who had his Christian group and composed his own songs in his native Canada. Nevertheless, his vocal register, very similar to that of Freddie Mercury, led him almost immediately to become what is called a tribute artist, who has toured -and continues- touring the world playing the late vocalist of the British band. His talent even reached Hollywood, as he lent his voice to several tracks in the movie Bohemian Rhapsody, (which gave Rami Malek the Oscar). Next Thursday the 12th he will offer his first show in Lima with The Ultimate Queen Celebration at the Peru Arena of the Jockey Club.