Published On: May 20, 2019 06:23 PM NPT By: Kiran Lama

The Higher Octave

The demise of the charismatic Freddie Mercury on November 20, 1991, stunned the entire world. Fred was the frontman of legendary British rock band Queen. Mercury is famously recognized for his flamboyant stage personality and four-octave range.  On his first death anniversary—November 20, 1992, a boy was born in Kathmandu.

The boy today has grown up to become a young lad. We know him as Rajesh Nepali—an aspirant muscian dons a long curly hairstyle, with his wide vocal range and texture. Recently, Nepali paid tribute to Queen at LOD, Thamel. He covered hit numbers including ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, ‘Break Free’ ‘Love of My Life’ at the jam-packed venue attended by around 1, 200 people.

Acknowledging his skills, My City’s Kiran Lama features Nepali in the Rising Star. 

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