On This Day in Queen History – 29 November

In 1973 – Queen played Colston Hall, Bristol, UK.
In 1975 – Queen played Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK.
In 1975 – ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ took over the No 1 spot in UK singles chart from Billy Conolly’s D.I.V.O.R.C.E. single, which spent just one week at No 1 (22-28 November).

Freddie Mercury Bo Rhap

In 1977 – Queen played Capital Centre, Landover, MD, USA.
In 1980 – Queen played the Grugahalle, Essen, Germany.
In 1990 – Peter Jones Rostrums produce the “Dancers” animations for Queen “Innuendo” video.

Queen – Innuendo (Official Video

In 1993 – Brian May played the Elysée Montmartre, Paris, France.
In 1994 – Roger Taylor played The Garage, Glasgow.
In 1997 – Queen filmed video for ‘No-One But You’ directed by DoRo, Bray Studios, London, UK.

Brian May at piano - No-one But You

In 2003 – Brian May & Roger Taylor and Paul Rodgers played Nelson Mandela’s 46664 concert, Green Point Stadium, Cape Town, South Africa, organised by Dave Stewart, Queen and Bono and produced by Queen’s manager Jim Beach and The Music Matrix under chairman J. F. Cecillion.

46664: Brian May - The Call - Green Point, S Africa
Brian May – The Call

Queen – Invincible Hope w/ Nelson Mandela / The Call – feat Brian May / The Show Must Go On (46664)

In 2008 – Queen + Paul Rodgers played HSBC Arena, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.
In 2011 – We Will Rock You opened at Edinburgh Playhouse ahead of 1 December Press Night.
In 2013 – “We Will Rock You” N American tour, Proctors Theater, Schenectady, New York opened.
In 2014 – Queen + Adam Lambert rehearsed for guest appearance the next day (30 Nov) with five X Factor finalists, ITV Studios, London, UK.
In 2015 – Concert posters for the Queen + Adam Lambert Show at Kaisaniemen Puisto (Kaisaniemi Park) show 03.06.2016, already hanging in downtown Helsinki. The show not officially announced or confirmed at this time.
In 2015 – Brian May released a video “Give Wild Animals A Voice”.

Save Me – Give Wild Animals A Voice