- Publish Date
- Tuesday, 14 April 2020, 9:59AM
After wowing us with his duet with Ronan Keating two weeks ago, Take That's Gary Barlow has now teamed up with Queen guitarist Brian May in a bid to keep those in self-isolation entertained.
Together the duo performed a rocking virtual duet of The Beatles' hit song 'Get Back' - and it is exactly what the world needs right now!
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Sharing the video to his Youtube page, Barlow wrote: "Well we’re being spoilt today. As it’s Friday we decided to go for royalty - Rock Royalty! It’s an absolute honour to welcome the incredible Brian May to #thecroonersessions."
While Brian took to his Instagram to share the cover, writing: "Lockdown jammin’ with my neighbour!! Mesdames et Messieurs ! Je vous presente —- GARY BARLOW !!!
"We got together, but only virtually, to pay tribute to the fabulous Beatles, and hopefully raise some smiles out there. Get Back !
"Of course there is no way to get back today - to where we once belonged - only forwards to a New World. But this simple Lennon/McCartney song is immortal.
Many other music stars are using social media to provide impromptu concerts to the world, as a slew of public entertainment events are being cancelled every day across the planet.