Brian May and Kerry Ellis are a British musical duo from London.
Brian May is an English musician, best known as the guitar player in Queen, who released 13 studio albums including ‘A Night at the Opera’ in 1975, ‘The Game’ in 1980, and ‘A Kind of Magic’ in 1986. He has also released three solo albums; ‘Back to the Light’ in 1992, ‘Another World’ in 1998, and ‘Furia’ in 2000.
Kerry Ellis is a musical theatre star, who made her West End debut in the 2001 revival of ‘My Fair Lady’ as Martine McCutcheon's understudy in the role of Eliza Doolittle. She was cast as Meat in the original production of ‘We Will Rock You’. She has also taken lead roles in ‘Les Misérables’, ‘Wicked’, ‘Oliver!’ and ‘Cats’. She has released two studio albums; ‘Anthems’ in 2010, with May, which hit #15 in the UK Albums Chart, and a self-titled album in 2014.
The pair have headlined their own shows and tours across the UK, starting with the ‘Anthems’ tour in 2011 and also including the Born Free Tour, and One Voice Tour. May accompanies Ellis on acoustic and electric guitar. The shows are often intimate, informal and performed by candlelight. Ellis sings songs from her albums, alongside Queen classics and the pair’s favourite songs. They have performed at the Royal Variety Show, BBC Proms, and the Remembrance Concert at Royal Albert Hall.
Brian May and Kerry Ellis have announced their Candlelit Christmas UK tour for December. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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