Robert Plant, Pete Townshend, Duane Eddy and more also signed the handcrafted guitar, which was modeled after Buddy Holly's beloved Gibson J-45.
In a new article, Total Guitar counted down the 10 wealthiest guitar players in the magazine’s home country, the U.K.
Queen have announced an extensive box set reissue of their album, News of the World, in celebration of its 40th anniversary.
Despite four decades of performing and hearing the song, guitarist Brian May still enjoys what is undoubtedly his biggest hit. “I’m not sick of it,” he tells the BBC.
Guitarist Chris Mike—whose impressive videos turn up on GuitarWorld.com from time to time—has just posted a new one that's wracking up the YouTube views pretty quickly.
“Freddie [Mercury] had the whole piece pretty well mapped out, as I remember, but he didn’t have a guitar solo planned," Brian May said.
As you've surely heard by now, George Michael, the silken-voiced U.K. singer and songwriter who struck gold with Wham! more than three decades ago, died Sunday at age 53.
Queen‘s Brian May says illness is sapping his energies and desire to perform and has canceled his remaining 2016 dates as a result.
We thought we'd drop in on Queen—Brian May, John Deacon and Roger Taylor—who hosted the star-studded Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert.