Queen’s Brian May has said the pandemic could eventually end the touring days for he, Roger Taylor and Adam Lambert.
May said, “People have to face up to [the fact] that it’s possible. This virus is very clever and it’s evolving faster than we can put up our defenses.”
Brian was asked about the possibility of a virtual show, and said it’s "probably harder for us than most because the Queen thing is very interactive.”
Queen+Adam Lambert postponed their European tour twice. It's now been scheduled for next May, June and July.
Brian also talked about a story from earlier this year about those early 70’s recordings of Queen at London’s Imperial College and the possibility of those being released.
He said, "Freddie [Mercury] had all the will and charisma and passion, but he didn’t have the opportunity to harness that voice yet [during that period when the show was recorded], which makes me hesitate a little bit, because I’m not sure Freddie would be that happy hearing himself at this stage. But strangely, if he were alive and sitting here at this moment, he’d probably be the same as me, ‘Oh darling, we were kids.’“
[Source: Classic Hits Today]