“As the organiser of that evening, I had invited Joe to play along with a wonderful bunch including Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Nuno Bettencourt, Paul Rogers, Nathan East, Cozy Powell and Rick Wakeman.
“We all felt there was no finer thing than to play Rocky Mountain Way with its originator, the delightfully insane Joe Walsh,” he said.
“28 years later, it was the same feeling for me. I love this picture, but what I love probably even more is Joe’s own comment, written on his own Instagram post. Proud!”
While May is most famous for his work with the iconic Freddie Mercury in Queen, his Rock and Roll Hall of Fame status and illustrious career mean it’s not surprising he has incredible and treasured memories outside of the band.