Love Of My Life was an original composition by Freddie Mercury. It appeared on Queen's fourth studio album A Night At The Opera (1975), which also contained classic hits such as Your My Best Friend and the tremendous Bohemian Rhapsody!
The original composition was played on Piano. However, later the track morphed and developed into a live duet with Freddie only accompanied by Brian May on the 12 string acoustic guitar. This is demonstrated no better in our opinion than on the 1979 Live Killers album.
During the 2020 Virus Pandemic lock-down, Brian May took to his Instagram account with a BMG Red Special to perform a series of "Microconcerts" or "Microconcertos", inviting fans to jam along with him to a variety of Queen hits and also playing some non Queen compositions from for example The Shadows and Acker Bilk.
It's here where Eddie Devlin, the frontman of one of the U.K's leading Queen Tribute Bands, decided to take up Brian's offer to Jam with him and perform this very special version of Love Of My Life. As Eddie said himself " it was a real honour to be able to sing with Brian, the man is a musical legend and hopefully I was able to give this song the justice it deserves".