QUEEN - John Deacon, Roger Taylor, Brian May and Freddie Mercury (Their first photo shoot session in 1973)

Queen to release new album with possible Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson duet

QUEEN - John Deacon, Roger Taylor, Brian May and Freddie Mercury (Their first photo shoot session in 1973)

BLACK SABBATH QUEEN Legends Attend COZY POWELL Plaque Unveiling (Video) BLACK SABBATH QUEEN Legends Attend COZY POWELL Plaque Unveiling (Video)        According to the  Gloucestershire Echo   BLACK SABBATH 's  Tony Iommi  and  QUEEN 's  Brian May  attended the unveiling ceremony for a plaque honoring legendary drummer  Cozy Powell  ( RAINBOW   MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP   BLACK SABBATH   WHITESNAKE   YNGWIE MALMSTEEN ) on January 7 in Cirencester England. Also appearing at the VIP reception at…

BLACK SABBATH QUEEN Legends Attend COZY POWELL Plaque Unveiling (Video) BLACK SABBATH QUEEN Legends Attend COZY POWELL Plaque Unveiling (Video) According to the Gloucestershire Echo BLACK SABBATH 's Tony Iommi and QUEEN 's Brian May attended the unveiling ceremony for a plaque honoring legendary drummer Cozy Powell ( RAINBOW MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP BLACK SABBATH WHITESNAKE YNGWIE MALMSTEEN ) on January 7 in Cirencester England. Also appearing at the VIP reception at…

Queen -British rock band.  Sen at Live Aid, amazing, got to meet Brian May after the gig, what a lovely guy.

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Queen -British rock band. Sen at Live Aid, amazing, got to meet Brian May after the gig, what a lovely guy.

In "We Will Rock You," Queen's Brian May designed the sound of the famous "stomp stomp clap" section — in order to make it sound like thousands of people were stomping and clapping — based on his knowledge of sound waves and distances. (A more detailed explanation exists in interview highlights below, but he constructed the stomps based on a series of distances based on prime numbers.)

Queen's Brian May Rocks Out To Physics, Photography

In "We Will Rock You," Queen's Brian May designed the sound of the famous "stomp stomp clap" section — in order to make it sound like thousands of people were stomping and clapping — based on his knowledge of sound waves and distances. (A more detailed explanation exists in interview highlights below, but he constructed the stomps based on a series of distances based on prime numbers.)

ummm......Yep!! I think I need music lessons... ;-) Brian May of Queen

ummm......Yep!! I think I need music lessons... ;-) Brian May of Queen

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