Brian May answers his Most Googled Questions

3 January 2023, 15:06

Brian May Answers His Most Googled Questions | According to Google | Radio X

Just what is the Queen legend's guitar made out of? And what exactly is he a Doctor of? Find out everything you ever wanted to know about the superstar.

Brian May is a living legend. He's been the guitarist with Queen for half a century and has written some of the most iconic rock songs ever written, performing some of the most famous gigs in history. And he invented the rock video! Possibly.

The musician has been Knighted in the King's New Year's Honours List so we thought it was high time to get the definitive answers on some of the questions that he's always asked.

Such as...

  • What is Brian May a doctor of?
  • Where is Brian May from?
  • What is Brian May's favourite solo song?
  • What is Brian May's guitar made of?
  • Why does Brian May use a coin to play guitar?
  • Who is Brian May married to?
  • And the one you've always wanted to know the answer to... Are Brian May and James May related?

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