Only studio version of up-tempo classic features on upcoming BBC sessions collection 'Queen on Air'
"It's just a dot of light but it’s a very special dot of light and maybe one day we'll get there," Brian May says
"Given the choice between our record being used to promote hatred and intolerance, or being used for comedy, I'd take the latter," May writes
From Led Zeppelin's debut to Nirvana's 'Nevermind,' look back at 10 times our critics' takes didn't quite line up with history
Heart, Michael Bolton, John Mellencamp, Cyndi Lauper, Josh Groban, Imagine Dragons' Dan Reynolds contribute to anti-campaign ballad on 'Last Week Tonight'
"We Are the Champions" is so deeply embedded in popular culture that many, including clueless Republicans, take it for granted
"Queen [does not] want 'We are the Champions' to be used as an endorsement of Mr. Trump and the political views of the Republican Party," band writes
"I can confirm that permission was neither sought nor given," guitarist says after Trump used song in victory speech
Ahead of Led Zeppelin's "Stairway" showdown, we look back at historic rulings from "Surfin' U.S.A." to "Blurred Lines"
Queen singer's personal notebook with final 19 songs slated for sale in June
"Sacha became an arse. We had some nice times with Sacha kicking around ideas, but he went off and told untruths about what happened," guitarist says
Actor, Queen clashed over scope of movie, portrayal of late singer's debauchery
Watch a clip from a new documentary about band's early days featured in 'Queen: A Night in Bohemia'
Much like Bowie's 'Blackstar,' the band's final album of Mercury's lifetime boldly confronted mortality
Singer and his former guitarist came together to play 'All The Young Dudes' at a tribute concert to Freddie Mercury