“You don’t need to feel the need to entertain me”
Brian May opened his fight against heart attack.
In a new interview with a PA news agency in central London, Queen guitarist Brian may recalled her serious health issues and spoke about her battle with the heart attack. He also recalled one of his last conversations with Freddie mercury and made the fans moved.
Brian may is known for his huge career with the rock band Queen. Receive his worldwide success with the works he has produced with Queen, Brian may became considered a virtuoso musician. Throughout his career with Queen until its dissolution after the death of Freddie mercury, Brian may released fifteen studio albums.
Besides his Queen career, Brian may had also continued his musical appearance with his solo efforts. He released two solo albums alongside Queen. The albums were from the years 1992 Back to light and the years 1998 Another world.
As some of you may know, Brian may has been struggling with serious health problems for over 2 years. End of 2020, Brian may had announced that he hurt himself while working his garden and had a small heart attack. Shortly after, Brian May revealed that he had an eye operation. At the time, he had informed his fans about his state of health and recovered quickly.
Recently, he made a new appearance to talk about his recovery from a heart attack. Recalling his injury due to multiple complications, including gastric bleeding, and the insertion of three stents, May says he’s had a hard time.
“What also happened was that I got very sick,” he said. “I had a heart attack for no reason that I could see. I didn’t really tick any of the boxes for heart attacks, but I got it.
“It makes you back down, I have to say. It makes you drop the prank. I had a lot of other complications.
“I had a really bad time for a few months and had to fight to get through it. So that’s another way to come back to the light.
Brian May remembers his last conversation with Freddie Mercury
Elsewhere in the interview, Brian may also recalled one of his last conversations with his late friend Freddie mercury, died at the age of 45 from AIDS. Revealing Freddie’s last breaths, May said he was at peace.
“I guess I never got a chance to really say goodbye, but we got closer because Freddie was very at peace at the end and he was aware he didn’t have much more time.” May reveals.
“We had a quiet time together which was very precious and I remember him telling me, and me and Anita [Dobson, Brian May’s second wife] were both here, and he said, “You don’t have to feel the need to entertain me. I just love that you are here, it’s nicer to share those moments. ‘
“So in a way we were saying goodbye to each other in a very peaceful way.”