During the global pandemic, Brian May has been entertaining Queen fans in isolation with some micro-concerts on his Instagram. Since uploading a few, some musicians have been sharing virtual jams of themselves playing with 72-year-old, but on a different instrument. Now May is calling on fans to jam with him in a play-along.
In his latest micro-concert, in which he plays Hammer to Fall on his guitar, May encourages fans to get involved.
He wrote; “Yes !! Play-along-with-Bri ! ! ! Have fun, folks !!!
“And if you post an overdubbed version with you singing or playing on it with me.
“Tag me so I see it – OK ? Bri.”
Meanwhile, Queen drummer Roger Taylor has been entertaining fans on his Instagram account too.
The 70-year-old has been sharing drum techniques with beginners.
While also playing riffs from Led Zeppelin’s Immigrant Song and The Surfaris’ Wipe Out.
Queen and Adam Lambert have so far been lucky with their tour dates in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The band finished the latest leg of their tour at the end of February and have been on a two month break.
Queen and Adam Lambert are set to tour the UK and Europe from late May.
And so far only one date in Paris, France has been postponed.
However, it is possible that more dates will follow.
Published at Mon, 30 Mar 2020 07:43:00 +0000