Queen's Brian May planning to collaborate Freddie Mercury and MJ in new album

ANI
12 September 2013

London, Sept 12 (ANI): British rock band Queen's guitarist Brian May is reportedly planning a new album to collaborate Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson's vocal recordings.

According to iHeart Radio, the 66-year old guitarist admitted that he is keen to use Mercury's recordings for another album, as he believes that it's important to carry on Mercury's "wonderful" legacy and credited him for being the "perfect catalyst" to channel the band to the audience, the Daily Star reported.

The legendary singer died in 1991 but left behind a number of vocal takes, some of which were used for 1995 album 'Made In Heaven'. (ANI)

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