On This Day in Queen History – 7 December

In 1969 – Smile played Bartlett Medical School with Threes A Crowd, UK.
In 1973 – Queen played Shaftesbury Hall, Cheltenham, UK.
In 1975 – Queen played Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, UK.
In 1978 – Queen played the Stadium, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
In 1979 – Queen played the Empire Theatre, Liverpool, UK.
In 1979 – “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” rel USA.
In 1985 – Following a comment by Sun City’s entertainment director Hazel Feldman to the NME on 7th December that ‘a return appearance by Queen (to Sun City, South Africa) should not be ruled out’, the band issued a statement.
In 1986 – “Live Magic” compilation album entered UK charts at No 3.
In 1990 – The Cross + Brian May played for Queen Fan Club Christmas Party, Astoria Theatre, London, UK.

Brian as TE Conway - London Astoria

In 1992 – Brian appeared on ITV’s “This Is Your Life” programme for Bert Weedon.


In 1993 – Brian May played Ulster Hall, Belfast, UK.
In 2005 – Brian May REPORTS  HERE on “A Great Day At the Palace”, after receiving his CBE award “For Services to the music industry and for charity work”.

Jimmy May, Brian and Anita - Buckingham Palace

In 2006 – Brian May book signing for “Bang! The Complete History of the Universe” at Waterstones, London.

Brian May and oveseas books - Waterstones"

In 2006 – “Phenomena” re-released as a triple CD Digipack – ft Brian May on “Phenomena III” in ‘A Whole Lot Of Love’ and ‘What About Love’.


In 2010 – Brian May attended The Save the Tiger Forum in London, organised by Asia House, London.
In 2012 – The download of “We Will Rock You VonLichten” by Queen + VonLichten was available in Austria and Germany.

QUEEN VonLichten We Will Rock You
QUEEN VonLichten We Will Rock You

In 2012 – Brian May visited a very sick Sir Patrick Moore.
In 2013 – The Cross reunion, G Live, Guildford, UK.
In 2013 – “Bohemian Rhapsody” voted No 1 “Top 2000 in The Netherlands” by the listeners of “Radio 2”.
In 2015 – The”Record Store Day Black Friday 12″ Single – Bohemian Rhapsody ranked 4th in the UK Physical Single Chart Top 100.
In 2015 – Press release announced release of a new upgrade of the Brian May “Mini May Travel Guitar”.
In 2015 – A Brian May and Roger Taylor-signed Art Print from the first album “Queen” auctioned in aid of The Mercury Phoenix Trust. 

Queen signed art print