Queen’s tenth studio album Hot Space was released 37 years ago this week, and while the album as a whole was predominantly pop and dance influenced, there was one monster rock track that stood out among the rest.
The big Record Store Day 2019 list has been out since late February, but one title that has flown under the radar a bit is the 7" single of "Holy Man," a lost recording from The Beach Boys' Dennis Wilson that was finished by Queen's Brian May and Roger Taylor and Foo Fighters' Taylor Hawkins.
More and more, some of the biggest artists in music are branching off and launching their own brands of alcohol. Whether it's beer, wine or a spirit, it seems like every month, news comes out about a new artist with their own branded alcohol.
Bohemian Rhapsody, despite its overwhelming commercial success, received a lot of negative press from critics throughout awards season. The entire time, however, there was very little response from the Queen camp until now.