On This Day in Queen History – 6 June

In 1977 – Queen played Earls Court, London.
In 1980 – ‘Play The Game’ bw ‘A Human Body’ released N America.

Queen – Play The Game – Official Video – 4K

In 1982 – Brian May guest appearance with Heart, Dominion Theatre, London, UK.
In 1988  Brian May + John Deacon played Royal Albert Hall for The Princes Trust Charity Gala. Brian played guitar on:
  Dancing With Tears In My Eyes – Midge Ure
  What Is Love? – Howard Jones
  Never Gonna Give You Up – Rick Astley
  Wonderful Life – Colin Vearcombe
  You Can’t Hurry Love – Phil Collins
  The Letter – Joe Cocker [+ John Deacon bass]
  You Win Again – Bee Gees
  Sledge Hammer – Peter Gabriel
  With A Little Help From My Friends – Joe Cocker/Marti Pellow
In 1989 – “The Miracle” released USA. [Check out “CLASSIC ROCK” interview]

Brian May - Classic Rock
Brian May – Classic Rock

In 1990 – The Cross played Alte Feuerwache, Mannheim, Germany.
In 1993 – Brian May Band played Glasgow Barrowlands, Glasgow.
In 1991 – Brian May at end of his US “Innuendo Radio Tour” in Los Angeles. Wrote Summer 1991 Fan Club Magazine, saying the next week he would be starting to complete his solo album and Queen would be back in Mountain Studios, Montreux soon.
In 2005 – Queen released “Queen On Fire: Live At The Bowl” on 3-LP set UK.

Queen Live At The Bowl 3-LP set - frontQueen Live At The Bowl 3-LP set - front
Queen Live At The Bowl 3-LP set

In 2010 –  Rudi Dolezal at VIZ Cinema, San Francisco presented the premiere of the 111-minute-long documentary “Freddie Mercury: The Untold Story – Director’s Cut 2010” with new unpublished interviews and more live performances of Freddie Mercury.
In 2011 – Release date of the second batch of “Queen 2011 Digital Remaster Re-issues” and “Deep Cuts Vol. 2 (1977-1982)” brought forward to this date, UK.
In 2013 – Brian May had received the first advance copies of the Diableries book, in Traverse City, Michigan, where it was to be presented to the National Stereoscopic Association.

Brin May, Denis Pellerin and Paula Fleming
Brian May, Denis Pellerin and Paula Fleming