On Instagram, Queen guitarist Brian May has shared the video of his live performance with Kerry Ellis at the Albert Hall on Remembrance Day 2010.

Brian posted the video with this message:

“Once upon a time this happened. A monumental moment at the Albert Hall on Remembrance Day 2010. @kerryellis79 triumphs here, in partnership with some guitarist bloke, who did the arrangement.

You can see Kerry perform this great song – Anthem from Chess – live on tour right now as special guest of Collabro. Check Kerry’s IG for dates list.

And if you want to see the whole of this performance, well, it’s an easy search ! “Ellis May Albert Hall Anthem” will do it. Bri”

In Queen frontman Freddie Mercury’s biopic movie Bohemian Rhapsody, the band encountered with something extraordinary in their first concert in BBC. In case, the concert would be broadcasted on live, and band asked to make playback. However Queen rejected that order and managed to perform one hundred per cent live show.

At the comment of section of Brian’s post, a fan named Axl Seyes wrote to Brian:

“But was it playback because “this is the BBC”?”

Brian responded in a honest way:

“Ha !! Good question ! NO ! One hundred million per cent live and dangerous !!! With a 100-ish piece orchestra. Bri”

See the Instagram post below.