Added on 22-May-2007
Kiwi songbird Annie Crummer is set to become a millionaire rock Queen.
Crummer, who topped the New Zealand charts in the 80s and 90s with hits like For Today and See What Love Can Do, has recorded a single with the two surviving members of supergroup Queen.
The west Auckland singer and songwriter was flown to London by Brian May and Roger Taylor to provide the vocals for a remake of the classic Another One Bites the Dust.
The original - sung by flamboyant former frontman Freddie Mercury - was Queen's biggest-ever selling single.
"Annie is one hell of a singer! A voice in a million," May told his friends after the session, at their studios in an historic 400-year-old mill.
He and Taylor were so impressed with Crummer's voice, they decided to release the single world