Brian May on board Eddie Van Halen, bound for Pluto, and why he’d like to be a god

Few bands have done a second job as Queens. The idea of ​​continuing without Freddie Mercury was out of the question when traditional rock music It started, not least by guitarist Brian May. However, since their relaunch in 2003 with ex-Free and Bad Company singer Paul Rodgers, and later Adam Lambert, the band has gone as big as they were the first time around.

“I’d like to say more than that,” Mai now tells us. “It’s incredible.”

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