Last night’s Super Bowl Halftime show – Beyonce’s tribute to Beyonce – blew up Twitter and possibly caused a power failure at New Orleans’ Superdome. But hey, at least no one flipped the bird or had a nip slip.
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.
This summer, Brian May and Roger Taylor are reactivating Queen for a handful of dates that will feature former American Idol contestant Adam Lambert on vocals. But they’re also plotting a way to keep Queen’s […]
[lastfm]Foo Fighters [/lastfm]drummer [lastfm]Taylor Hawkins[/lastfm] and his side project, the [lastfm]Coattail Riders[/lastfm], released their second album, Red Light Fever, last month. According to Hawkins, the band had help from some rock royalty on the project.