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Queen Guitarist Brian May Performs Free Concert For Special Needs School

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If I’ve learned anything from listening to music from British rockers Queen, it’s that they will rock you and they are the champions. Okay, how many Queen song references can I put into a sentence? “Save me”!

Alright, I’m done. But what we are super thrilled to hear is that Brian May, who rocked guitar and vocals for the band, recently performed a free concert for children at a special needs school in London! What a cool dude!

Apparently May, and his actress wife Anita Dobson, visited the school on Feb 14 to present teachers with a new, specially adapted minibus for the students. Then, after spending three hours signing autographs, May gave an impromptu performance as a further treat for the school.

A source told Britain’s Daily Express, “He played ‘We Will Rock You’ and had all the kids clapping and stamping their feet. He even played a few numbers with the school choir.”

On top of charitable deeds, May has also been a major animal rights advocate, and this is just another reason to think of him as a “Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy.” Okay, now I’m done.

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