No, I am not a Rock & Roll fan. The last time I listened to that type of music on purpose was back in the 1950's, then it sounded more like most "country" music does today (grin). The only song that I heard that I can link to Queen, Brian May's group, is "We Will Rock You". The only reason I know that song was because of humorous movie I saw about a dysfunctional baseball team and that song was played in that movie. Brian May was born in England in 1947 to not so rich parents. When he was a teenager, he wanted an electric guitar but couldn't afford any he really wanted so his father made him one which he still uses today. It was named "Big Red" because of the color of the wood used. Brian had two main interests, music and astronomy, but a third and minor interest, stereoscopy (3D) imaging, would be a big help in his other interest, astronomy. He was a bright student and was working on his PHD but dropped out when Queen got so popular it took up all his time. It wasn't until years later that he returned to school and finished his PHD.
You are probably wondering how a guy who loves hill billy and classic country music ever heard about and know so much about a rock and roll star. Well I will tell you. A while back he started contributing articles to Astronomy (the magazine) and I have read some of his articles. The September 2012 issue has a ten page article about May's life. Very interesting. BTW, he is also an advocate for animal rights. Now you all have a rocking good Wednesday, you hear?