On This Day in Queen History – 28 March

In 1969 – Smile played PJ’s Club, Truro, UK.
In 1970 – Sour Milk Sea played The Temple at Lower Wardour Street, London, UK.
In 1974 – Queen played Aberystwyth University Students’ Ball, UK.
In 1974 – Queen performed “Seven Seas of Rhye” on Top Of The Pops. In 1981 – Queen flew to South America.
In 1988 – The Cross “Heaven For Everyone” bw “Love On A Tightrope” single released UK. Roger Taylor appeared on BBC ‘Breakfast Time” to promote.

Roger Taylor Interview 1988 – https://youtu.be/wa4TPj8siPQ

In 1993 – The Brian May Band played Northlands Coliseum, Edmonton, Canada.
In 1999 – Roger Taylor played The Junction, Cambridge, UK.
In 2005 – Queen + Paul Rodgers played the Brixton Academy, London, UK.

Brian May at Brixton Academy
Brian May at Brixton Academy by Jen Tunney
Paul Rodgers and Roger Taylor
Paul Rodgers and Roger Taylor

In 2007 – Skymania reported Brian was to play an old man on Mars on Sunday 1 April, in a Sky At Night Special marking the 50th Anniversary of the show.

Photo Credit BBC

In 2008 – WWRY Opens in Singapore, Esplanade Theatre. (Official Opening Sat 29 Mar.)
In 2010 – Brian continued to work on final mix of “Anthems”.
In 2011 – Brian May wrote on his website that apart from being busy with various projects, he was working on preparing Anthems for a 1st May concert.
In 2012 – Queen announces N America tour dates for Queen Extravaganza.
In 2013 – Brian May attended the 3D Creative Summit, hosted at BFI on London’s South Bank. On display were some of Brian’s collection of Victorian stereoscopy, showing the Victorians passion for early 3D.

Brian at 3D Creative Summit, London
Brian at 3D Creative Summit, London