On This Day in Queen History – 15 May

In 1960 – Roger Taylor joined Truro Cathedral choir.
In 1981 – Roger Taylor released ‘Let’s Get Crazy’ bw ‘Laugh Or Cry’ single USA.
In 1982 – Queen played the Waldbühne, Berlin, Germany.
In 1985 – Queen played Castle Hall, Osaka, Japan.
In 1986 – Queen shot their ‘Friends Will Be Friends’ video, inviting approx 800 Queen Fan Club members to take part – directed by Rudi Dolezal and Hanness Rossacher, JVC Studios, Wembley, London.
In 2001 – “A Knight’s Tale” movie soundtrack album released, which included Robbie Williams + Queen ‘We Are The Champions’. AVAILABLE AMAZON.

Robbie Williams: We Are the Champions: Official Video | OST: A Knight’s Tale
https://youtu.be/AwCsY9twaJQ
In 2003 – The Press reported that Roger Taylor was selling his Surrey estate for a 6.5 million Pounds.
In 2003 – “It came !!! It finally came !!!”  Bri
Brian’s VBM1 amp arrived at his office and he shared a photo of how it looked – with new Vox Corners.

Bri and VBM1 amps
Bri and VBM1 amps
Bri's new VBM1 amp
Bri’s new VBM1 amps

In 2015 – BBC rolling News carried a short item, early morning, following the Question Time debate in which Brian May took part. The item is about UKIP leadership.

BBC News: Nigel Farage on Question Time (clip) 15 May 2015
https://youtu.be/B8Fh-c9JZTE

In 2015 – Brian May paid tribute to B B King, who died on 14 May 2015. READ HERE
In 2016 – Adam Lambert released a short video clip from the Queen + Adam Lambert Tour Rehearsals from the start of the show with “The Hero”.
In 2016 – UK radio station “Planet Rock” broadcast a “Queen Special” with Brian May as a guest.
In 2017 – Brian May met his “old pal and a legend” Paul Rodgers on his UK “Free Spirit Tour”.
In 2017 – Brian May signed 500 “Queen In 3-D” Special Bookplates, for members of the Official International Queen Fan Club. Brian personally designed the bookplates.