Queen’s Brian May stuns with Killer Queen solo PLUS shares advice Frank Zappa gave him

Queen’s Brian May stuns with Killer Queen solo PLUS shares advice Frank Zappa gave him

Queen guitarist Brian May continues to entertain fans in quarantine with his micro-concerts. And the latest saw the 72-year-old play his iconic Killer Queen guitar solo. However, he made an error near the end of his new Instagram video.

May said: “Mistakes are what it’s all about y’know. Ah! I should know.”

The Queen legend also wrote up some advice Frank Zappa once gave him next to the video.

He wrote: “Killer Queen solo, anyone ?!! A slight variant ?

“Frank Zappa once told me ‘here is no such thing as a mistake – if it’s your performance of your own stuff, who can tell you it’s wrong ?!!’”

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Meanwhile, Queen drummer Roger Taylor has also been playing for fans, giving mini drum concerts.

The 72-year-old even paid tribute to late Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham.

Taylor opened one video with a cover of Immigrant Song.

He said: “That was a very old, John Bonham type thing.”

Taylor added: “Such a great drummer. He really knew how to do it.”

Queen and Adam Lambert have been playing some Led Zeppelin during their latest tour.

At at least a couple of concerts they performed Whole Lotta Love.

While also having played Elvis Presley’s Heartbreak Hotel too.

Published at Fri, 27 Mar 2020 10:04:00 +0000