Brian May admits he’d rather be remembered for his work with animals than his music
Queen’s Brian May has today admitted that he’d rather be remembered for his work with animals than his music.
The legendary guitarist, who last night teamed up with Adam Lambert again for Queen’s first ever live performance in Poland, told the Sunday Times that he would love his wildlife preservation work to be his lasting legacy:
"I suppose I've lived a crazy life, and watching wildlife brings back a sense of tranquillity.
"When I'm gone, people will no doubt remember me for Queen, but I would much rather be remembered for attempting to change the way we treat our fellow creatures".
The 64-year-old, who has turned the grounds of his Surrey estate into an animal sanctuary, went on to add that he’s always had interests outside his rock career:
"[The band] is a huge part of my life, but I do have other interests. People know about the astrophysics, but I love gardening, too, and I've always been passionate about the welfare of our wonderful British wildlife."
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