Below, check out the isolated guitar parts from Brian May's solo on Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" and Ritchie Blackmore's solo on Deep Purple's "Highway Star." But wait, there's more!
As we reported a few weeks ago, Jeff Beck and Beach Boys founder Brian Wilson are kicking off a co-headlining North American tour next month.
Last night on American Idol, Queen members Brian May and Roger Taylor once again took the stage on the country's most popular reality show.
Adam Lambert, the runner-up winner of season eight of American Idol, confirmed -- via his Twitter account -- that he will be touring with Queen this summer.
You may be curious about that headline. It may seem like we could have written the same one about any number of people who are in fact not the new lead singer of Queen. Here are just a few:
Queen fans concerned about there being another new Queen album with a vocalist whose last name isn't Mercury can rest easy, drummer Roger Taylor says there won't be a new Queen album.
After guitarist Brian May hinted that Lady Gaga might be the next lead singer of Queen, it's not really all that surprising to see anyone fronting the legendary bands these days.
After tossing around names like Lady Gaga for the lead singer spot, it looks like Queen have finally settled on the right singer: Freddie Mercury.