Brian May Celebrates Freddie Mercury’s Birthday

After performing at the Taylor Hawkins tribute performance with the Foo Fighters at Wembley Stadium on Saturday night, Brian May has had a very busy few days. On Tuesday, 

he hinted that he was taking his first trip to Armenia. In an Instagram post, Brian proclaimed, "A new adventure!" Cheers, Armenia! Finally, for the first time ever, Wow, that's incredible.

Bri." The guitarist for Queen was in Yerevan, Armenia for Starmus VI, a global festival of science communication and art that attracts some of the world's brightest minds.

The Stephen Hawking Medal for Science Communication was given to the 75-year-old co-founder of the festival for his great work in explaining science to the general public.

In addition to being a rock star, Dr. Brian May is an astrophysicist who frequently inspires others in his area. Sharing a video of his award, Brian wrote, "Just in case you were wondering 

what a Stephen Hawking medal looks like, this is it. And this one is for me, which came as a pleasant surprise. I am glad and appreciative. A heartfelt homage to the late Queen frontman

on the occasion of his 76th birthday is included in the video: Before I go on, I couldn't truly satisfy this evening without saying, Happy Birthday Freddie! How thoughtful of him to give

me a present on his birthday! Starting my acceptance... tonight in Yerevan," Brian captioned the photo. With that said, I must turn in for the night. There is a press conference and many dress.

On Monday, Queen's fans remembered Mercury and celebrated his life three decades after his death. Aside from his birthday,the public became curious about his current financial status due to Queen's.

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