A Freddie Mercury biopic has been in the works for several years – a film that is assuredly still on track, according to Queen guitarist Brian May.
After a summer spent playing Queen shows with pop stars Adam Lambert and overseeing the Queen Extravaganza tour, Brian May will now focus on his own tour, this time acoustic.
May, a noted animal rights champion, paid a surprise visit to the Lonesome Primary School in Mitcham, England, last week to talk to students about treating animals in a humane way. He told students at the school that he would love to see Wimbledon Stadium, the home of greyhound racing in England, shut down.
While artists speaking out against music piracy is nothing new, a formidable collection of UK music stars are urging British Prime Minister David Cameron to take action in the matter.
Details of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee concert outside Buckingham Palace have been announced. Paul McCartney and Elton John head up the list of performers for Concert for the Queen, A Diamond Jubilee Celebration, which will […]
While some classic rockers have turned their noses up at singing competitions like American Idol, Brian May and Roger Taylor of Queen appear to be in the same camp as Idol judge Steven Tyler, having […]
[photogallerylink id=57466 align=left] The surviving members of Queen were scheduled to perform with American Idol alum Adam Lambert at Sonisphere before the U.K. music festival was canceled late last month. But that doesn’t mean Brian […]
[photogallerylink id=57466 align=left] After Freddie Mercury passed away in 1991, and after Paul Rodgers left in 2009, drummer Roger Taylor and guitarist Brian May began searching for a new lead singer for Queen. They didn’t […]