Known as one of music’s most powerful players, Queen legendary guitarist Brian May is going unplugged for a unique tour he is about to embark on with acclaimed singing star Kerry Ellis.
The two have enjoyed a hugely successful musical partnership in recent times, with Kerry earlier this year receiving a Best Solo Performance award for Anthems, the show arranged and produced by May as a showcase for her talents which premiered at London’s Royal Albert Hall.
Beginning Monday November 5th, Brian and Kerry are heading out on the road to present their Born Free Tour, a series of 11 intimate and totally acoustic shows performed under candlelight.
These special intimate concerts provide a chance to see Ellis and May close-up, and are being especially performed to raise awareness of the work of the Born Free Foundation, the global organisation which works to protect and conserve threatened species, particularly Africa’s magnificent Lions, which across much of Africa, are now in serious decline.
The Born Free Tour follows a series of acclaimed performances by Kerry & Brian together over the past few years. They stole the show when they performed together on the Royal Variety Show in 2008, they performed live together again at BBC Proms in the Park and at 2010’s The Night of 1000 Voices, and they opened the Remembrance Day concert at the Royal Albert Hall. Their Anthems: The Tour played 12 hugely successful dates around the UK in May 2011.
Fri 9 Nov 8pm
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