Queen guitarist Brian May has been spending lockdown in his London house the place he’s carried out micro-concerts on his Instagram to maintain fan spirits excessive. However, the 72-year-old has confronted a number of well being issues in latest weeks. Having ripped his Gluteus Maximus when gardening, May needed to go to the hospital and has been scuffling with horrible ache since returning house.
While the Queen legend has since admitted in a brand new Instagram video, that after one other MRI scan, it was revealed that he had a compressed sciatic nerve which was inflicting ache so dangerous that it felt like a screwdriver in his again.
And to make issues extra distressing for the musician, he added: “In the center of it, the remainder of the story is slightly bit more strange and a bit extra surprising.
“In the center of the entire saga of the painful bottom, I had a small coronary heart assault.
“I say small, it’s not one thing that did me any hurt.”
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May added: “I truly considered it a few weeks in the past however I used to be in an excessive amount of ache to video it.
“I’m planning to place an account of my entire latest story up. I assumed it was means too lengthy and concerned to placed on Instagram or IGTV, however ultimately that is in all probability probably the most private means of doing it.. Cheers all – Bri.”
The 72-year-old appeared in remarkably good spirits contemplating every part he’s been via.
During the lockdown, May has recorded a brand new model of We Are The Champions with Queen and Adam Lambert.
The track known as You Are The Champions and was recorded remotely between London and Los Angeles.
Queen and Adam Lambert’s accompanying music video options frontline well being staff world wide.
This features a shot of Queen drummer Roger Taylor’s daughter Dr Rory Taylor.
Queen and Adam Lambert’s You Are The Champions is obtainable from at the moment throughout all streaming and obtain providers with proceeds going in direction of the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organisation.