Queen - Tom Jones Joins Queen Stars For Charity Event

Queen rockers Brian May and Roger Taylor were joined onstage by Tom Jones and British funnyman Al Murray at an annual event to raise funds for an Aids charity on Monday night (03Sep12).
The musicians took to the stage at London's Savoy hotel as part of the Mercury Phoenix Trust benefit concert in aid of the foundation set up by the Radio Gaga hitmakers following frontman Freddie Mercury's Hiv-related death in 1991.
Tom Jones joined the band to perform a cover of Elvis Presley's One Night, and stand-up comedian Al Murray shocked onlookers by playing drums on a track.
The evening also featured a performance by the cast of Queen-themed musical We Will Rock You.


Tags: Queen - Brian May - Roger Taylor - Tom Jones - Al Murray


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