Brian May ‘very concerned’ after major setback – ‘Queen fans be extra careful’ | Music | Entertainment

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After a busy autumn touring North America, Sir Brian May, Roger Taylor and Adam Lambert have been taking a well-deserved rest.

But now the guitarist has broken his social media silence after Queen fans brought up a big issue they were experiencing.

The 76-year-old posted an example of the problem with a fan writing: “Hi guys, it looks like Universal and YouTube are now coming for everyone who posts concert videos of Queen and Adam Lambert.

“I got a strike and deleted most of my concert videos. If you get multiple strikes you may lose your channel. Be careful!”

Sir Brian has commented on the problem promising to get Queen’s management to look into it.

Sir Brian captioned the Instagram post: “Hi Folks – – i’ve been watching this for a few days, and I’m very concerned. I’ve asked our management to look into it, and try to figure out if there is a reason for Instagram and Universal suddenly becoming so Draconian. The decision to take these videos down certainly hasn’t come from us, the band. hopefully we will get an answer soon.

“Meanwhile, be extra careful and I’m sorry you good folks of good intentions have been put in this position. Wishing you a happy Christmas season. In common with many of you, I don’t find it easy to come up to the level of frenetic joyfulness that is portrayed in the media as requisite for this time of year. But let’s all look around us, and look for ways to make other people’s Christmases as Jolly as possible. Apart form anything else, it’s good therapy! Cheers all ! Bri”

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