The rarely heard Queen rocker Tie Your Mother Down is the Vault track today, by request. With all due respect to mothers everywhere, it's a tongue-in-cheek thing, says writer Brian May. "It was meant as a joke." Freddie, ye
The long gestating movie about Queen seems to be one step closer to reality, with reports suggesting that director Stephen Frears (‘Dangerous Liasons,’ ‘High Fidelity,’ ‘the Grifters,’ ‘The Queen’) is in the running to helm the project.
Like many other classic rock songs before and after it, Queen‘s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ will never die. Hot on the heels of being performed on ‘American Idol’ last night, the song is treated to a car ride sing-a-long by three adorable kids.
Roger Taylor and Brian May recently hosted on-line auditions to choose musicians that will do Queen justice as a touring group named Queen Extravaganza. Is Marc Martel a dead ringer for Freddie? Watch the video after the jump.
I've always love Roger Taylor's voice on some of the harder things that Queen did. His highlight from A Night At The Opera was I'm In Love With My Car. Not such a silly title if you're from around here. I'm already
Kiss and Queen (featuring Adam Lambert on vocals) will headline separate nights of the 2012 Sonisphere Festival in England this summer. This news seemingly ends weeks of speculation as to whether or not Lambert would be joining Queen in some capacity.
Queen guitarist Brian May joined The Darkness during the encore of the last date of the retro-rock outfit’s comeback tour at the Hammersmith Apollo last month — and now high-quality footage of the joint performance is available online. May joined the band for the Darkness tunes ‘Bareback and ‘I Believe In A Thing Called Love,’ plus a cover of Queen’s own ‘Tie Your Mother Down.’
It was 20 years ago today (Nov. 24) that rock ‘n’ roll tragically lost one of its finest frontman of all time when Freddie Mercury passed away at the age of 45. The Queen singer died of bronchopneumonia brought on by AIDS less than one day after finally publicly acknowledging he had the disease.
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