We figured this would be a close one, and we were right.
The finals of March Drum Madness match Roger Taylor of Queen up against Neil Peart of Rush.
We're almost ready to name the winner of our 100 percent reader-voted March Drum Madness competition, but there are still some battles yet to be fought.
After a two-year absence, Sacha Baron Cohen has rejoined the Freddie Mercury biopic.
Roger Taylor and Bill Ward have pounded their opponents during the opening rounds of our March Drum Madness competition, but now they face their toughest battle — each other.
Most of the battles in the first round of our March Drum Madness have been pretty close, with victors just barely claiming a win.
Australian comedy troupe SketchShe is lighting up the internet with their enthusiastic and self-caressing version of the ever-popular "singing 'Bohemian Rhapsody' in a car" video.
Queen released their second album 'Queen II' on March 8, 1974.
Roger Taylor is Queen's stalwart engine, there from the first, while Mikkey Dee joined Motorhead well into their career.
The 11th Brit Awards, held on Feb. 18, 1990, offered a moment of public triumph for the members of Queen.