In 1982 – Queen appeared on the BBC’s Weekend, interviewed by Sue Cook – the only UK TV appearance featuring all members of Queen.
In 1990 – The Cross played the Metropol, Berlin, Germany.
In 1991 – Starting off in Boston Massachusetts, USA, Brian May embarked on a full “Innuendo Radio Tour”, promoting the “Innuendo” album.
In 1997 – Brian May joined Zucchero for “Madre Dolcissima”, at Shepherds Bush Empire, London, UK.
In 1998 – Brian introduced to radio, via ISDN line, two new songs “Another World” album: ‘On My Way Up, ‘Why Don’t We Try Again’.
In 2003 – Brian May recorded guitar for Zucchero re-recording of ‘Il Mare Impetuoso Al Tramonto Sali’ Sulla Luna E Dietro Una Tendina Di Stelle…’ and ‘Sono Una Sana’ part of Zu & Co sessions – AMAZON.
In 2003 – Brian May wrote about singing “Too Much Love Will Kill You” with Pavarotti the previous night in Modena. Liquid News carried a report HERE:
Liquid News: Pavarotti concert 2003 inc Brian May (rescued footage) – apologies low quality – https://youtu.be/mBLUj-Rch1I
In 2004 – Brian May guest appearance at Ian Hunter concert on “You Nearly Did Me In” and “All The Way From Memphis”, Astoria Theatre, London, UK, recorded as “Just Another Night'” DVD. AMAZON
In 2011 – Brian May went to see Tangerine Dream at the Lowry Theatre, Salford, Manchester, and made plans with Edgar Froese for their collaboration for the 2011 Starmus Festival.
In 2013 – Brian May and Kerry Ellis were working with Slash and Shara Nelson on a new badger track created by Artful Badger at Abbey Road Studios, London.
In 2017 – Brian May was guest of Charlotte Green in her programme on “Classic FM” and spoke about “Queen In 3-D”.
Brian May and Charlotte Green ClassicFM “Queen in 3 D” 28 May 2017
In 2017 – Brian May was guest of Harriet Scott on the “The Book Club” programme, Magic Radio, about “Queen In 3-D”. HERE
In 2017 – Interview with Brian May and Claire Sturgess on “Queen In 3-D” for “Non-Stop Classic Rock“ on “Absolute Classic Rock”. HERE
In 2017 – An interview with Brian May and Danielle Perry on “Queen In 3-D”” for Q Magazine Music .
In 2017 – Paul Rodgers played the final show of his “Free Spirit UK Tour” at the Royal Albert Hall, London. Brian May and Jimmy Page visited Paul backstage after the show.