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Brian May Tabbed Women’s Golf Coach

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – IU Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Scott Dolson announced the hiring of Brian May as head coach of the women's golf program on Tuesday afternoon. "During his eight seasons at Kentucky, Brian has been an integral part of building Wildcat women's golf into a...
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Platinum Jubilee concert: Queen + Adam Lambert to open 20 years after Brian May played on palace roof

Queen + Adam Lambert will open the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee concert 20 years after Brian May performed “God Save the Queen” on Buckingham Palace’s roof to mark the Golden Jubilee.The Queen is celebrating 70 years on the throne in June, with a whole line-up of events taking place across the country to celebrate her reign.One of the most star-studded events taking place over the bank holiday weekend is the Platinum Party at the Palace, which will be broadcast live on the BBC on Saturday 4 June.The event will also be headlined by Diana Ross, while George Ezra was previously...
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That time Queen's Brian May got his emo on to play with My Chemical Romance

We're in the final hours now until My Chemical Romance's highly-anticipated, much-postponed reunion tour springs to action in the UK, and we're dizzy with excitement. So much so, that we're looking back at old performance footage of our skeleton-suited heroes, prior to their disbandment in 2013. One gig in particular...
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Brian May found it 'weird and traumatising' hearing Freddie's vocals after his death

Brian May was left traumatised hearing the late Freddie Mercury's vocals after the Queen frontman's death. The iconic rock group's guitarist has recalled how painful it was listening to Freddie - who died from bronchial pneumonia resulting from AIDS in November 1991 aged 45 - singing on the recordings he worked on for the 'We Will Rock You' hitmakers' first and only LP released following the music icon's passing, 1995's 'Made In Heaven'.