*literally squeals with joy*
Borat’s got mud on his face.
Cohen’s interpretation of Mercury’s “extreme lifestyle” was apparently too extreme for Queen
The BBC have corralled an all-star cast for a cover of the Beach Boys classic God Only Knows to celebrate the launch of the all-new BBC Music season. Among the artists featured in the eye-catching clip are Dave Grohl, Pharrell Williams, Elton John, Lorde, Brian May, Chris Martin, and Kylie Minogue. The list doesn’t stop
Queen guitarist Brian May has announced plans to release a new posthumous Queen album sometime later this year that features previously unreleased songs sung by late frontman Freddie Mercury. It was first revealed last year that May and Queen drummer Roger Taylor had uncovered some of Mercury’s 1983 demos with Michael Jackson and were planning
Vaunted veteran British rockers Queen have announced a mammoth 19-date North American tour, with former American Idol finalist Adam Lambert standing in for the band’s late frontman Freddie Mercury, and the series of shows could be the band’s last-ever tour. Queen co-founders Brian May and Roger Taylor announced the tour alongside Lambert at a press
Queen guitarist Brian May has revealed to fans that he has been undergoing “urgent” tests over fears he could have cancer. The rock legend told fans on his website of scans arranged by his doctor, after the musician complained of severe pain that was affecting his ability to stand up. Initial MRI scans indicated “abnormalities
After initially considering that the collection of unreleased demos from the late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury could be used to fill out a whole album, Queen guitarist Brian May has revealed that the band found more Freddie material than they were expecting, and are now trying to write music around it. May has apparently told
Queen guitarist Brian May has confirmed that he will be collaborating with Korean popstar PSY, with the legendary axeman saying that he thinks the Gangnam Style rapper is a “significant artist”. The 65-year-old told MTV News UK that the pair recently met up for brunch to talk about the possibility of making beautiful music together:
Queen guitarist Brian May led hundred of protesters through the streets of London on the weekend, protesting the British government’s plans to cull thousands of badgers in an attempt to stop tuberculosis in cattle. Up to 5,000 of those fluffy little worm-eating critters are set to be destroyed in Gloucestershire and Somerset in southwest England
Ever wanted to have legendary axe man Tony Iommi featured as guest guitarist on your band’s debut EP? Well, it’s not such a crazy idea anymore, according to the equally legendary Brian May. The two have combined their efforts to achieve double legendary status in one of the most legendary moves in rock and roll…legend.