Queen pay tribute to 'illustrious and inimitable' manager

RHIAN JONES

Queen's Roger Taylor and Brian May (pictured) paid tribute to their long-serving manager, Jim Beach, for "being the glue that's held the band together for 40 years" at last night's Artist and Manager Awards.

The duo presented Beach with the Peter Grant award, named after the late Yardbirds and Led Zeppelin manager, and awarded for outstanding achievement.

Said Taylor: "Jim Beach has been the glue that's kept the band of Queen together for 40 years now. Without his ...

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