Freddie Mercury playing the drums during a rehearsal for Queen's News Of The World tour at Shepperton Studios in October 1977.

Queen: Rare video of Freddie Mercury playing the drums at a band rehearsal in 1977 is phenomenal

Listen to Freddie Mercury and David Bowie's 'Under Pressure' a cappella

Freddie Mercury and David Bowie's 'Under Pressure' a cappella will give you goosebumps


Queen's 15 greatest songs ever, ranked

Roger Taylor and Brian May

Brian May joins Roger Taylor for surprise Queen reunion at solo live show

Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody - with William Shatner

Star Trek’s William Shatner says Queen are his favourite band and names his top song

Queen with John Deacon

Queen’s Roger Taylor explains why John Deacon won’t rejoin the band

Roger Taylor performing with Queen

Roger Taylor's solo tour may be his last – but Queen will keep on playing

Freddie Mercury with Queen

Roger Taylor almost laughed when Freddie Mercury first sang for Queen

Brian May and... Brian May

Watch Brian May play guitar with his younger self in his Time Travelling new video

Brian May and Freddie Mercury in Queen

Brian May pays heartbreaking tribute to Freddie Mercury on the Queen singer's 75th birthday

Queen's Brian May speaks to Gold's James Bassam

Gold Meets... Brian May: Queen legend on how new album helped with loss of Freddie Mercury

Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody tops Gold's Hall of Fame Top 300

Gold's Hall of Fame Top 300: Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody' is voted the greatest song of all time

Brian May - Too Much Love Will Kill You

Watch the stunning remastered video for Brian May's 'Too Much Love Will Kill You'

Gary Numan met Freddie Mercury and Queen in Japan

Freddie Mercury's kindness revealed in heartwarming story from Gary Numan involving a Big Mac in Tokyo

David Bowie and Freddie Mercury

Queen and David Bowie may have recorded two Cream covers, Roger Taylor reveals

Filmed in 1983, the tutorial shows the Queen guitarist demonstrating the technical and practical ways to achieve the famous 'Bohemian Rhapsody' solo as the camera zooms in on his acoustic set.

Queen’s Brian May giving a tutorial on how to play ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ is so soothing

Brian May, Roger Taylor, Paul McCartney, Rod Stewart were joined by Phil Collins, Brian Wilson, Cliff Richard and Joe Cocker for an epic rendition of the Beatles classic 'All You Need Is Love', on June 4, 2002.

When Queen, the Beatles and Rod Stewart sang spectacular version of 'All You Need Is Love'


Gold's Hall of Fame Top 300: Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody' is voted the best song of all time