The Queen rocker and his former EastEnders star wife Anita Dobson came home to substantial flood damage on Tuesday.
Brian May revealed that he initially felt the lyrics to Queen hit 'Don't Stop Me Now' downplayed the severity of the HIV virus.
The rock legends' 22-minute set at the 1985 charity concert has gone on to be one of the most celebrated live performances in history.
Brian May has criticised the government for cutting funding for public services in aftermath of a forest fire which forced him to evacuate his home
Queen guitarist Brian May has struggled with his mobility after damaging muscles while gardening last month.
Guitarist lays blame at NHS underfunding over 'many years' adding 'this is the price we pay'
Brian May says the prime minister Theresa May should be “panicking” following the surprise result of last week’s snap general election, which turned out to be a bit of a disaster for the Conservative party. Celebrities from the music world flocked to support opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn after he was interviewed by grime artist Jme, and the rapper launched the campaign #Grime4Corbyn. Jeremy was also invited to join indie rockers The Libertines on stage, and gave a moving political speech.
Brian May and Roger Taylor from legendary band Queen have denied claims that their iconic song, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, was their late bandmate, Freddie Mercury’s, ‘coming out’ track. Biographer, Lesley Ann-Jones, had previously claimed that the hugely popular rock-opera anthem was the frontman’s way of admitting that he is gay, but as the band gear up to celebrate the 40th anniversary of their 1975 anthem, they’ve strongly denied the claims. Speaking to the BBC, Brian May responded: “What’s it about?