On This Day in Queen History – 6 October

In 1971 – Queen played Imperial College, London, UK.
In 1977 – We Are The Champions video is filmed in the New London Theatre, followed by short gig for 5,000 QFC members present. Tie Your Mother Down, Keep Yourself Alive, Somebody To Love, White Man, The Prophets Song, Liar, Bohemian Rhapsody, Now I’m Here, Jailhouse Rock, Encore: See What A Fool I’ve Been.

We Are The Champions video shoot
We Are The Champions video shoot

In 1984 – Queen played the Super Bowl, Sun City, Bophuthatswana, S Africa.
In 1987 – The Cross appeared on ‘The Roxy’ TV show, Channel 4, Tyne Tees studios, Newcastle, UK – played Cowboys And Indians.
In 1987 – Queen won a music video award at British Video Awards for Live In Budapest. VHS | Hungarian Rhapsody: Live In Budapest DVD

Freddie - Live In Budapest
Freddie – Live In Budapest

In 1993 – Brian May appeared at the House Of Guitars Guild Day & Sale in Rochester USA and premiered the new LE Brian May signature guitar.
In 2001 – Brian May and Roger Taylor guest appearance Bob Geldof’s 50th birthday party Davington Priory, Faversham, UK.
In 2012 – Brian May guest appearance with Kerry Ellis the Hippodrome Casino, London, UK.

Kerry and Brian, Hippodrome Casino
Kerry and Brian, Hippodrome Casino

In 2014 – Roger Taylor’s “Fun On Earth” album published as 180 gram black vinyl LP by Universal Music.
In 2015  –  The “Victorian Gems” Nest Set launched by London Stereoscopic Company. The box set included three new sets of 3D Stereo Cards: “Scenes in Our Village 1-12”, “1-12 Diableries” and “The Poor Man’s Picture Gallery” and booklet,”Victorian Gems: A Guide To The Contents Of this “OWL’s nest” Stereoscopic Compendium “and an OWL Viewer. The three-card sets available separately.

Brian May shows Victorian Gems
Brian May launches Victorian Gems

In 2015 – Pre-sale opened of the Italian version Red Special book “La Red Special di Brian May” by Brian May and co-author Simon Bradley published by Tsunami Edizoni in Italy – to be officially on sale 23 Oct.
In 2015 – The Queen Extravaganza played The Star Centre, Sydney, Australia.
In 2017 – Brian May’s book”Queen In 3-D” published as German, Czech and Italian language Editions.
In 2018 – Montserrat Caballe sadly died this day aged 85. R.I.P.
In 2019 – Brian May posted a personal tribute to Ginger Baker, who had died that day. READ HERE