Queen star Brian May shared a really rare and special photo of Paul McCartney, which shows the photo from the concert in 2004 in which he performed 33 songs for the audience.

Brian May also shared the untold phone conversation he had with Paul McCartney and revealed his kind behavior.

Here is what Brian May wrote about Paul McCartney:

“Paul to play Glastonbury! Yes – some people have been commenting to me about this, relative to my recent comments about my unwillingness to play this festival. Well, to set the record straight, Paul was kind enough to phone me about this before he accepted the invitation.

He was concerned that he might be thought to be endorsing the current mass killing of badgers. Paul, a great campaigner on behalf of animals, is firmly against the Badger Cull. I told him he should not feel any obligations – that my reluctance to play was based on the personal comments Michael Eavis has made about me. It’s true.”

Here is the last part of the story and Brian’s best wishes to Paul and The Beatles:

“I work daily with people who disagree with me in matters like this – it’s necessary in order to move forward. But I don’t have to work with people who insult me who are ignorant of the work I do. And … in the end, the book is never closed ... people can change, and I’m always open to that.

In the meantime, I wish Paul and his band a great gig. Bri.”

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Paul to play Glastonbury ! Yes – some people have been commenting to me about this, relative to my recent comments about my unwillingness to play this festival. Well, to set the record straight, Paul was kind enough to phone me about this before he accepted the invitation. He was concerned that he might be thought to be endorsing the current mass killing of badgers. Paul, a great campaigner on behalf of animals, is firmly against the Badger Cull. I told him he should not feel any obligations – that my reluctance to play was based on the personal comments Michael Eavis has made about me. It’s true. I work daily with people who disagree with me in matters like this – it’s necessary in order to move forward. But I don’t have to work with people who insult me who are ignorant of the work I do. And … in the end the book is never closed … people can change, and I’m always open to that. In the meantime I wish Paul and his band a great gig. Bri

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