On This Day in Queen History – 3 October

 In 1983 – Queen released “Live In Japan” heavily edited VHS of concert Seibu Lions Stadium (03/11/82).

Queen Live In Japan VHS 1983
Queen Live In Japan VHS 1983

In 1998 – Concert: Brian May Band played Grosse Freiheit, Hamburg, Germany.
In 2004 – Zucchero, Queen & Sharon Corr release track “Everybody’s Got To Learn Sometime” CD single (Italy) recorded live at 46664 concert. [Zu & Co]

Everybody's Gotta Learn Tometime CD single

Everybodys Gotta Learn Sometime – Zucchero with Sharon Corr and Brian May

Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime - Sharon Corr, Zucchero, Brian May, 46664
Everybody’s Gotta Learn Sometime – Sharon Corr, Zucchero, Brian May, 46664

In 2006 – We Will Rock You, transferred from Cape Town and opened for a limited season at the Durban, Playhouse Company, October 3 – 29. 2006.
In 2007 – Paul Rodgers in interview with ContactMusic.com issued this date, explaining inspiration for song “Take Love” and that he planned to record this as Queen+ Paul Rodgers.
In 2008 – Brian May was interviewed in Germany.

Brian May Interview Part 1/3, 3rd October 2008 (in German)
– http://youtu.be/c4hlZ7SBVcA

In 2011 – Queen’s “We Are The Champions” declared the catchiest song of all time by a scientific study.
In 2011 – “40 Years Of Queen” Book launched, Groucho Club, London. AMAZON
Now re-issued as “The Treasures of Queen” – 5 Sept 2019

Brian May "40 Years Of Queen" Launch

In 2013 – Brian May guest appearance at Don Black Tribute, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK.

Kerry Ellis & Brian May “Born Free” Tribute To Don Black 3 Oct 3013

In 2013 – 2013: Brian May took part in the “Conference on the control of vaccination of bovine tuberculosis” of ZSL – Institute Of Zoology, Huxley Lecture Theatre, London Zoo.
In 2017 – Brian May and Roger Taylor were on the set of the biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody”.
In 2017 – Brian May wrote a personal obituary on the death of Tom Petty.
In 2021 –  Roger Taylor played The Academy, Manchester, UK