Queen guitarist Brian May, who injured himself during spends his quarantined times on his garden, has recently added new videos for his fans who worried about him and informed them about his current state of health.
Recently, the 72-year-old musician appeared in the new videos he shared through his social media accounts and made his first performance taking his guitar after an unfortunate accident.
In the video, Brian May was playing some new stuff that never played before while sitting in his bed in the hospital. Also, he was looking very healthful.
When he sent the videos, Brian May talked about what he played and concluded his words by saying that he missed all of his fans.
Brian wrote the following letter for his fans: “Microconcerto number 24? Rockin’ it up. Well, this is just a small fragment – and really not premeditated at all. But it’s the kind of sketch that I’ve been putting down on Walkman tape recorders and Philips N2011’s and pocket dictation machines for years if an idea like this came into my head, so that some day I could return and turn it into a song. So please feel welcome to call it #jamwithbri. But you might need to listen to it a few times to figure out its time signature, and where the ‘one’ is.
“It’s one of those riffs that fascinate me, which return to a different position in the bar every time they come around. So the riff might sound like 3/4 at first but in my head I’m counting 4 to the bar. It’s fun, I think. This is the kind of thing which goes around in ancient rock stars heads the whole time. And I mean ‘the whole time’ !
“Sorry I didn’t get my fingers in shot – I’m obviously out of practice ! But… Enjoy! I missed you all – but times have been tough. It was tough to get as far as brushing my teeth some days (and shaving was WAY too difficult, as you can see !!) so playing guitar was out of the question. BUT!!! Hello again Dear Pals!!! How yo’all doin?!”
A couple of fans sent their good wishes and supports to him writing that he is their hero.
Brian May has talked on the sequel to the biographical drama film “Bohemian Rhapsody,” which released on November 2, 2018, in the United States, and stated that they didn’t think a new movie.