Retired Chris Tiu plays piano version of Queen's 'Love of my Life'
Love of My Life – Queen ❤️❤️🎹🎹🎼🎼 pic.twitter.com/TE6ZsVsHKx
— Chris Tiu (@chris_tiu) February 19, 2019
There are only a few things Chris Tiu cannot do.
Being good at professional basketball, hosting a TV show and modeling are not one of those.
So is playing the piano.
It’s no secret that Tiu hits the piano keys as leisure and posts his own renditions of classic songs.
His most recent was his take on “Love of My Life,” one of the many hits by iconic British rock band Queen.
The former national team captain has been actually playing some of Queen’s songs lately after saying that he had been inspired by the film Bohemian Rhapsody, a movie that celebrates the band’s music and life of its lead singer Freddie Mercury.
The 33-year-old Tiu also has more time now to sit behind the piano after officially announcing his early retirement from basketball last month.
Tiu played just seven seasons in the PBA all with the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters, a team he helped win a title in the 2016 Commissioner’s Cup. He also won a UAAP championship in 2008 as a key member of the Ateneo Blue Eagles.