On This Day in Queen History – 23 March

In 1968 – The Reaction played the Public Rooms, Bodmin, UK.
In 1971 – Full band went to see Led Zeppelin at Marquee Club, London, UK.
In 1974 – Queen played the Links Pavilion, Cromer, UK.
In 1975 – Queen played at McFarlin Auditorium, Dallas, USA.
In 1976 – Queen played the Aichi Taikukan, Nagoya, Japan.
In 1984 – A further day of filming “I Want To Break Free” video. In 1999 – Roger Taylor played The Garage, Glasgow, UK.
In 2006 – Queen + Paul Rodgers played the Allstate Arena, Rosemont, Illinois, USA.
In 2006 – Queen v Miami Project – “Another One Bites The Dust” presented to the 2006 Winter Music Conference, Miami Florida, by DJ’s Cedric Gervais and Second Sun.

Queen vs Miami Project Another One Bites The Dust

In 2011 – The exhibition “Stormtroopers In Stilettos: Queen – The Early Years” in London, had attracted 20,000 visitors during the two weeks of the exhibition, who had generously donated £5,000 UKPs for the “The Mercury Phoenix Trust”.
In 2011 – Brian May was in Cardiff to participate in the debate and vote on the badger in Wales. Welsh language channel Sky 134 S4C’s programme “Wedi 7” broadcast 1.25pm – 1.55pm 23 March 2011 – chatted to Rhydian Roberts and Brian May about We Will Rock You, currently showing at the Millennium Centre, Cardiff.

Rhydian Roberts, Brian May – We Will Rock You Cardiff on “Wedi 7” SC4 23/03//11

In 2012 – “The Independent” published article “Brian May – He Will Rock You”, by David Arnold, about film music, UK. READ HERE

In 2013 – Brian May radio interview for “Celebrity Radio UK”.

Brian May Queen Interview & Life Story – Art / Queen / We Will Rock You

In 2013 – Sacha Baron Cohen announces in interview with “The Sun” newspaper that he was taking the role as Freddie Mercury in biopic, though then not yet decided whether the original voice of Freddie Mercury would be used.
In 2012 – Brian May, Kerry Ellis, Virginia McKenna and the crew land in Shamwari and go on Safari with the film crew.
In 2013 – Press Release about “The Kissing Me Song”, Brian May and Kerry Ellis’s Record Store Day release, and inviting fans to send their kissing clips for inclusion in the official video. Website for “The Kissing Me Song” went live with Radio Edit made available on the website.

The Kissing Me Song

In 2015 – Queen + Adam Lambert – European Tour 2015 Birmingham, Barclaycard NIA, Birmingham.

Birmingham poster

In 2015 – “The Official Queen Podcast” interviews with Rufus Taylor, Neil Fairclough and Marc Martel went online.
In 2015 – “Miracles Out Of Nowhere” DVD/CD released by Kansas, including interview with Brian May, Kansas having supported Queen on “Sheer Heart Attack American Tour 1975”.

Miracles Out of Nowhere