Slash recently joined forces with fellow guitarist and Queen virtuoso Brian May to record a song called ‘The Badger Swagger,' heard above. The song was written and recorded in hopes of raising awareness regarding the slaughter of badgers in England.
Singing competition shows have been popular for decades, and they've proliferated all over the TV dial since 'American Idol' debuted over a decade ago. But don't expect to find one playing on Brian May's set anytime soon.
Just imagine if you or I, Joe amateur guitar player, could have guitar work from the legendary Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath to use in an original song. How cool would that be? You may be able to do exactly that before long, thanks to a project being considered by Iommi andQueen's Brian May. According to the Birmingham Mail, the veteran rockers are discussing the idea of taking recorded pieces of Iommi's music and then turning it over to fans for their own recordings.
Few bands would turn down having Tony Iommi backing them up, and soon more bands will get the chance. The Black Sabbath guitarist has a treasure trove of riffs laying around, unused, in his studio. Queen's Brian May has inspired Iommi to put them to good use.
Queen have enjoyed one of the more prolific and entertaining careers in music and fairly soon fans will be able to enjoy a new multi-touch electronic edition of the band's '40 Years of Queen' book that provides fans extra media components.
Few rockers have lived a life as deserving of a biopic as Queen's Freddie Mercury. Apparently, people in Hollywood agree, because yesterday (Oct. 10) guitarist Brian May spilled the news that such a film is in the works.
Tour dates for Queen are few and far between these days, but that doesn't mean guitarist Brian May is stuck sitting at home, counting his money. In fact, this fall will see May hitting the road for a special tour with vocalist Kerry Ellis.
Long a vegetarian and supporter of animal rights, Queen guitarist Brian May has taken to the British press in an attempt to prevent an upcoming mass slaughter of badgers by the British government. In the Daily Mail on Sunday (Aug. 26), he penned an editorial against the plan, which is being carried out to stem an outbreak of bovine tuberculosis in Somerset and Gloucester.
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