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JUNE 2015

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**Tue 30 Jun 15**
QUEEN REIGN SUPREME WITH THE GAME:
BRIAN MAY, ROGER TAYLOR RECALL 1980 WORLDWIDE #1
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Dallas, TX - June 30, 2015. North American syndicated Rock radio show and website InTheStudio: The Stories Behind History’s Greatest Rock Bands gets a royal visit from Queen songwriters, guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor, on the 35th anniversary of their biggest selling album The Game.

“There was a time there, about three seconds, when we were the biggest band in the world”, chuckles Queen’s Brian May. Queen had succeeded as four real “mates” on an international scale, producing four Top 10 albums in five years which would continue only to sell increasingly for the next three decades. With four writers, the band had a surplus of strong songs on The Game, including “Play the Game”, “Dragon Attack”, the Glam rock-reminiscent “Coming Soon”, “Need Your Loving Tonight”, the touching “Sail Away Sweet Sister”, the prescient “Save Me”, and two # 1 hits, the rockabilly-inspired “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” and the rhythmic smash “Another One Bites the Dust”.

Roger Taylor and Brian May give us the royal treatment, revealing much of how Queen worked in the studio for The Game. Brian, speaking to InTheStudio host Redbeard, sums up perhaps the most important and overlooked element of the entire recording process.
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“I think as a band we are very aware of sound. You can make great, wonderful records, build in all sorts of arrangements and everything, but if it doesn’t sound nice, then nobody wants to listen to it. It’s something that isn’t talked about much these days. Sound quality is vital.” - Brian May

QUEEN The Game@35 /InTheStudio interview is available now to STREAM at: http://www.inthestudio.net/redbeards-blog/queen-the-game-35th-anniversary-brian-may-roger-taylor/

Direct Link to InTheStudio broadcast affiliate radio station list: HYPERLINK http://www.inthestudio.net/radio-stations/

Play The Game coverDirect Link to InTheStudio website:
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**Tue 30 Jun 15**
QUEEN THE GAME AT 35 - INTHESTUDIO SYNDICATED RADIO PROGRAM STREAM
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InTheStudio - The Game


Below is a link to Queen The Game 35th anniversary/ InTheStudio program STREAM.

CHECK OUT HERE: QUEEN program STREAM
www.inthestudio.net/redbeards-blog/queen-the-game-35th-anniversary-brian-may-roger-taylor/

By the Summer 1980 release of The Game, “There was a time there, about three seconds, when we were the biggest band in the world”, chuckles Queen guitarist/ songwriter Brian May in this 35th anniversary of the worldwide #1 album. Yet there he stood, smiling in Memphis radio station ROCK 103, delightfully soft-spoken, gracious, thoughtful , and incredibly humble before playing to a sold-out 10,000-seat arena crowd a few hours later. Queen had succeeded as four real “mates” on an international scale, which would continue only to increase for the next decade. With four writers, the band had a surplus of strong songs once again (“Play the Game”, the live-in-the-studio throwdown “Dragon Attack”, the Glam rock-reminiscent “Coming Soon”,”Need Your Loving Tonight“, the touching “Sail Away Sweet Sister”, the prescient “Save Me“, and two #1s,”Crazy Little Thing Called Love” and “Another One Bites the Dust“) while Queen lead singer Freddie Mercury possessed such an operatic voice that it’s easy to forget that both Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor also sang lead on select songs.

Queen in Dallas 1980

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**Tue 30 Jun 15**
ON THIS DAY IN QUEEN HISTORY - 30 JUNE
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In 1980 - Queen played the PNE Coliseum, Vancouver, Canada - with new lighting rig called the Fly Swatter (G2 Razor).
In 1980 - "The Game" released - 8th album (UK & USA).

[217] The Game Album (1980) http://youtu.be/ecQfLRZFnuI

The Game was Queen's 8th studio album and was released worldwide in June and July 1980. Here you can see the original LP and cassettes from the UK as well as CDs, a U.S press kit and promotional posters as well as other items.
Piano by Mariano Bryner.
Thanks to Gary Taylor, Queen Collectables

 


Queen - Play The Game (Official Video) - http://youtu.be/6_5O-nUiZ_0

In 1993 - The Brian May Band played Stadio Bradioa, Modena, Italy.
In 2012 - Queen + Adam Lambert played Independence Square, Kiev, Ukraine.

Queen & Adam Lambert - Tie Your Mother Down (Kiev 2012 06 30) - http://youtu.be/FE_ryY9kTzM

In 2013 - Brian May and Kerry Ellis played the Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Ireland.


Brian May and Kerry Ellis - '39 Live at The Olympia Dublin Ireland 2013 - http://youtu.be/OP7OpFrjfuQ

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Mon 29 Jun 15**
ON THIS DAY IN QUEEN HISTORY - 29 JUNE
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In 1967 - Left-Handed Marriage with Brian May + Dave Dilloway (on bass) on the strength of previous Abbey Road session, were allowed to record 2 additional tracks: 'I Need Time', 'Appointment'.
In 1969 - Smile played PJ's Club, Truro, UK.
In 1979 - Queen released 'Love Of My Life (Llive Killers)' bw 'Now I'm Here (Live Killers)' 7" single (UK).

[181] Love Of My Life Live 7" Vinyl Singles (1979 - http://youtu.be/0rK9sdd-m9E

In 1980 - Queen in LA, USA, rehearsing for The Game Tour.
In 1981 - Roger Taylor released 'My Country' bw 'Fun In Space'.

Roger Taylor - My Country single


In 1986 - Queen played Olympiahalle, München, Germany.
In 1993 - The Brian May Band played Stadio Bradioa, Modena, Italy.
In 1999 - Brian May and Roger Taylor start work on 'Under Pressure (Rah Mix), Cosford Mill Studio, Surrey.
In 2002 - Roger Taylor guest appearance with Jools Holland, Glastonbury Festival, Worthy Farm, Pilton, UK.
In 2005 - Roger Taylor was on XFM radio show "Behind The Mixing Desk", mixing Twiste X (ft Outl4w) as they recorded their "Summer Of Rock & Roll" track - reported he played drums on track.
In 2013 - Brian May and Kerry Ellis played Venue Cymru, Llandudno, UK.

Brian and Kerry - Llandudno - LINK

Brian and Kerry - Llandudno

Kerry Ellis - Llandudno

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**Sun 28 Jun 15**
ON THIS DAY IN QUEEN HISTORY - 28 JUNE
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In 1967 - Brian May and 1984's Dave Dilloway, drafted in to play bass, joined The Left-Handed Marriage for their Abbey Road session. READ more here


'I Need Time' Left Handed Marriage - http://youtu.be/aQnDV4JLZZE

In 1969 - Smile played PJ's Club, Truro, UK
In 1980 - Queen were rehearsing for The Game tour in LA, California, USA.
In 1984 - Queen received a Silver Clef from Nordoff-Robbins Foundation for Outstanding Contribution to British Music at Music Therapy Awards Dinner.
In 1986 - Queen played the Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany.

Queen - Impromptu (Live in Munich - 28. 06. 1986) - http://youtu.be/YlCrogF-X-s

In 1989 - Queen released Breakthru single (USA).
In 1989 - Brian May featured on guitar on Living In A Box on track "Blow The House Down" on "Gatecrashing" album released today. AMAZON

Living In A Box - Blow The House Down - Video Promo - http://youtu.be/0e08TWflUAo

A change of video director for the second album brought us into the clutches of Howard Greenhalgh who has remained a long-time friend so the experience was a good one! Still buzzing from Brian May sauntering into our studio and offering to put a guitar solo down on this track, we couldn't wait to get this track out and get going with the second album. Stop frame animation, cookie ideas (like putting a salad drainer on Tich's head) and a similar cutting style to the LIAB vidz of the past, kept this video in our genre... Living In A Box

In 1991 - Brian May attended a Yes concert, Wembley Arena, London, UK.
In 1992 - Brian May appeared on stage with Elton John, Wembley Stadium, London, UK.
In 1992 - A special dinner held in honour of Freddie Mercury with a performance of Verdi's "Il Travatore" (one of Freddie's favourite operas). Montserrat Caballe was guest of honour -Whitehall, London.
In 1996 - Brian May attended an AC/DC concert Wembley Arena, London, UK.
In 1996 - Brian May wrote a letter for the Summer Queen Fan Club magazine that he had finished work on "The Adventures Of Pinocchio" film, and was collecting tracks from recent projects for his next solo album, such as "All The Way From Memphis", delivered for Mott The Hoople tribute album, "Moth Poet Hotel".

Moth Poet Hotel

In 1999 - Brian May wrote letter for Summer 1999 Fan Club magazine that he, Roger Taylor, John Deacon & Jim Beach had had a few Queen business meetings. He announced the forthcoming GHIII collection and a "secret" project with Roger ("Under Pressure" Rah Mix).
In 2013 - Brian May and Kerry Ellis played Malvern Theatres, Malvern, UK.

Brian May at The Malvern Theatre - 28/6/13 - https://youtu.be/nxaCrUbIgF8

Brian May - Malvern

Brian May Malvern

In 2014 - Queen + Adam Lambert played the Rogers Arena, Vancouver, Canada.

Adam Lambert - Vancouver

Brian May - Vancouver

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**Sat 27 Jun 15**
ON THIS DAY IN QUEEN HISTORY - 2015 JUNE
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VH1 CLASSIC ROCK RADIO ON JUNE 27TH…
On June 27th, 1970, the English band Smile decided to change their name to Queen. Guitarist Brian May told us about how the band formed

CHECK OUT AUDIO - CLICK HERE and wait (opens a window)

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In 1970 - First concert performed under the "Queen" name, City Hall, Truro, UK (Mike Grose on bass) - billed as Smile, having been booked much earlier by Roger's mother. Set list included "Stone Cold Crazy" and "Son and Daughter" - charity event for the Red Cross.

Smile ad

First night as "Queen" but advertised in advance as "Smile"

Queen with Mike Grose

In 1980 - Queen rehearsing for The Game tour in LA, California, USA.
In 1993 - The Brian May Band played Kisstadion, Budapest, Hungary - last show of European tour.

Brian May Interview in Hungary 1993 (Part 1) - Brian May Interview in Hungary 1993

In 1999 - Roger Taylor played charity gig for SCREAM at the Café De Paris, London, with Jimmy Page, Steve Tyler, Joe Perry, The Stereophonics and the Black Crowes.
In 2008 - Queen + Paul Rodgers performed at Nelson Mandela's 90th birthday concert, Hyde Park, London, UK: "One Vision", "The Show Must Go On", "Tie Your Mother Down", "We Will Rock You", "We Are The Champions and "All Right Now". Brian accompanied Andrea Corr on acoustic "Is This The World We Created?"

Andrea Corr & Brian May- Is This The World We Created? Live
- http://youtube.com/watch?v=amG-3BiiEu8


Brian May playing at Nelson Mandela 90th
Brian May - Nelson Mandela 90th

Mandela Concertt
Adrea Corr and Brian May - Mandela 90th

In 2011 - Queen released as part of 40th Anniversary series, "Deep Cuts Vol 2 (1977-1982)", and Deluxe re-releases of "News of the World", "Jazz", "The Game", "Flash Gordon" and "Hot Space" albums. Also re-released "The Platinum Collection [2011 Remaster]" 3-CD set.

Deep Cuts 2

Promo Posters for CD Remaster Series (2011) - https://youtu.be/D8_2QEqhB_k

These are the four promotional posters that were released by Island records in 2011 to promote the three sets of remastered studio albums on CD.

Platinum Collection

Move It

In 2009 - Brian May joined Cliff Richard, Brian Bennett & Mo Foster to record two new versions of "Move It" track single Abbey Road, London.
MOVE IT: SINGLE.

 

 

 

In In 2009 - Hollywood Records released "Queen + Paul Rodgers Live In Ukraine" CD & DVD (USA). Queen Paul Rodgers Live In Ukraine

Ukraine DVD
Ukraine CD

In 2012 - Queen flew to Moscow, Russia, ready for concert dates with Adam Lambert.

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**Fri 26 Jun 15**
ON THIS DAY IN QUEEN HISTORY - 26 JUNE
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In 1973 - The Larry Lurex-credited 7" single "I Can Hear Music" bw "Goin' Back' released by EMI.

Larry Lurex - I Can Hear Music - EMI UK

In 1979 - "Live Killers" released by Elektra Records, USA.

Live Killers USA

In 1980 - Queen were in Los Angeles, USA, rehearsing for their US part of The Game Tour.
In 1986 - Queen played the Waldbühne, Berlin, Germany.
In 1988 - Brian May attended a charity cricket match in Ipswich.
In 1988 - John Deacon was filmed in a Morris Minor and The Majors video "This Is The Chorus".

Morris Minor And The Majors - This Is The Chorus - https://youtu.be/4dJ6UfNgRic

In 1993 - The Brian May Band played the Olympiastadion, Munich, Germany.
In 1994 - Brian May made a guest appearance with Paul Rodgers at Gibson's Night of 100 Guitars Wembley Arena, London, UK.

Brian May - Night of 100 Guitars

Brian May with Paul Rodgers-A Little Bit Of Love(Live in Wembley Arena, London, UK 26.06.1994)
- https://youtu.be/L-yakGs6SVk

In 2006 - Queen released official bootleg "First Live Attack" (from Sheer Heart Attack tour c 1974), "Last European News" (Fron News tour c 1977) and "Rogues and Scandal's (possible mix of 1974 and 1975 material).
In 2006 - (Mid-June) Brian May asked by Cliff Richard to record "Move It" and by Diana Ross to record guitar track for her cover "Crazy Little Thing Called Love".
In 2009 - Brian May made a guest appearance with Kerry Ellis, Shaw Theatre, London, UK.

Flash from Ted movie
Flash Gordon in Ted (2012) - Full Scene - http://youtu.be/miU6ruUPZHI
WARNING: MAY OFFEND

In 2012 - Soundtrack album for "Ted" released "Flash's Theme (Ted Original Soundtrack Version): by Queen.
In 2013 - Brian May and Kerry Ellis played The Sage, Gateshead, UK.

Brian May and Kerry Ellis Save me Live at The Sage 05/05/11 ANTHEMS TOUR
- https://youtu.be/YyNhf5QR2Cg

In 2014 - Queen + Adam Lambert played Scotiabank Saddledome, Calgary, Canada.

Adam Lambert and Brian May - Calgary - by Bren English

Brian May - Calgary

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**Thu 25 Jun 15**
'QUEEN HELPED REFRAME ME'; ADAM LAMBERT SHEDS THE GLAM FOR NEW ALBUM
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Adam Lambert
Adam Lambert

NATIONAL POST
25 June by Russ Martin

On the heels of his last album, Adam Lambert was staring into the commercial abyss. Trespassing, released in 2012, marked Lambert’s first number one album, and the first Billboard number one debut for an openly gay artist, but sales waned quickly and soon there was trouble with his label, RCA. The company asked for an album of 80s covers, but Lambert wasn’t interested. He decided to walk. For the first time since his second place showing on American Idol in 2009, Lambert was confronted with the very real possibility his career was hitting a wall. That he was about to fade away like so many other Idol stars.

Seated on a couch on the second floor of Rivoli in Toronto a day after appearing at the Much Music Video Awards, Lambert recounts his fear leaving RCA. “When I decided to leave the last label, I had a moment of, ‘Well, I hope I didn’t just kiss my chances goodbye,’” he says.

The fear didn’t last long. The very next day Warner Bros offered Lambert a new deal, laying the groundwork for his third album, The Original High, released June 16. Recorded in Sweden, the album is guided by co-executive producers Max Martin and Shellback, the hitmakers behind Maroon 5’s “Moves Like Jagger,” Ariana Grande’s “Problem” and Taylor Swift’s blockbuster album 1989.

The Original High marks a departure for Lambert, both sonically and in terms of his image. The album’s more electronically driven than what he’s delivered in the past, borrowing from the early 90s house music like C + C Music Factory and Robin S. Lambert discovered as a teenager. It’s melancholic, mostly mid-tempo and much less than in your face than Trespassing or his debut, For Your Entertainment.

Lambert’s toned down the theatrics. Gone is the theatre kid rave drag he once presented: the jet black spiked hair, heavy makeup and elaborate costumes. At the Rivoli, he wears jeans and a black button up. The only classic Glambert detail is the sparkling black polish on his finger nails.

“Ten years ago, my favourite thing was to go out to a club wearing a crazy club kid outfit and tons of makeup and have a really, really wild night, including an after party or three,” Lambert says. Now, he says his needs have changed, both personally and professionally. “You go through different phases. In my last chapter, I was really, really expressing myself. Hardcore. Now I’m at a place where less is more.” Citing a discussion with recent friend Sam Smith, Lambert explains the marketplace for an out artist has evolved. “I was talking to Sam about how the post-gay thing is now an actuality. We’re moving towards a time where we don’t need to be defined only by our community or sexual orientation,” he says. “In some ways, the gay community is starting to become more open ended. Because we’re becoming more normalized and mainstream, the community isn’t as segregated and insular as it used to be.”

Part of Lambert’s transformation has undoubtedly been his career-shifting turn as the touring frontman of Queen. In 2014, the band set out on the road with Lambert filling in for the late Freddie Mercury to favourable reviews and sell out shows. (They have another string of dates set for South America this autumn.)

It was the injection of confidence Lambert had been looking for. “It put me in a different space in my career and my personal life. It definitely gave me a confidence boost and helped reframe me in the public.”

Performing with Queen, he realized he could leave the confines of the Adam Lambert brand and change his style as a performer. “Queen jumped genres like crazy. They’re the king of that,” he says. He pauses, realizes what he’s said, and rolls his eyes. “Or the queen of that.”

Though sonically different from Queen, The Original High provides Lambert the chance to genre hop himself, most notably on “Lucy,” which features Queen’s Brian May on guitar.

It has also brought some of the commercial success he was after. While the album’s first week sales were a modest 47,000 in the U.S., its first single, “Ghost Town,” is a top 40 hit that’s gaining on radio, fuelled in part by its video, which has more than six million views.

The video, directed by Hype Williams, is also proof the old, larger-than-life Lambert isn’t dead. While Williams streamlined Lambert’s theatrics into a crisp, hypnotic black and white video, its shoot sounds a bit like his club kid days in West Hollywood. To hear Lambert tell it, the two-day shoot was a margarita-fuelled party featuring a motley crew of friends and collaborators, including the makeup artist Sutan Amrull (better known as the drag queen Raja) and a group of dancers assembled by former Pussycat Doll Carmit Bachar.

“I still have my wild nights,” Lambert says.

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**Thu 25 Jun 15**
QUEEN PUTTING OUT THEIR OWN BEER
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To mark the 40th anniversary of their hit song, “Bohemian Rhapsody,” Queen are putting out their own brand of beer. It’s called Queen Bohemian Lager and is a golden hoppy beer that’s brewed in the Czech Republic, which is of course also known as Bohemia. The bottles feature an image from the cover art of A Night at the Opera, the album that includes the classic song. The beer hits shelves in Europe this summer, priced at $31 for a 12-pack of bottles. A worldwide rollout will soon follow.

TIDBIT: Previously, to celebrate the 40th anniversary of their song “Killer Queen,” the band put out its own vodka brand.
TIDBIT: Late singer Freddie Mercury designed the artwork for A Night at the Opera.
TALKING POINT: Will you try some of Queen’s beer?
RELATED AUDIO: Guitarist Brian May told us about coming up with “Bohemian Rhapsody”

(CLICK HERE FOR AUDIO CLIP).

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**Thu 25 Jun 15**
ON THIS DAY IN QUEEN HISTORY - 25 JUNE
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In 1974 - 'Seven Seas Of Rhye' bw 'Loser In The End' released Japan
In 1979 - John Deacon’s third child (only daughter) Laura born.
In 1980 - Queen rehearsing for "The Game Tour", LA.
In 1984 - Roger Taylor released “Strange Frontier” album (UK). AMAZON: Roger Taylor:" Strange Frontier"

Roger Taylor - Strange Frontier album UK

In 1985 - Freddie Mercury’s interview with DJ Simon Bates broadcast BBC Radio One.

Freddie Mercury Interview 1985 - https://youtu.be/JMHPebRu4Qk

In 1989 - Breakthru entered the UK chart at 13.
In 1993 - The Brian May Band played Waldstadion, Frankfurt, Germany.
In 1994 - Roger Taylor appeared on BBC TV's Pop Quiz.

Roger Taylor Pop Quiz 1994 - http://youtu.be/rySL9CJzJNA

In 1998 - Brian May writes letter for the Queen Fan Club Summer 1998 magazine from Marriot Beach Resort, Sharm El Sheik, Egypt, about forthcoming "Another World" tour and Roger Taylor's soon-to-be released album.
In 2009 - Brian May guest appearance with Kerry Ellis, Shaw Theatre, London, UK.
In 2012 - Queen + Adam Lambert finish rehearsals for their tour.

Adam nails it in rehearsals
Adam Nails it during rehearsals for 2012 tour

In 2013 - Brian May and Kerry Ellis, Lowry Theatre, Salford Quays, Manchester, UK.
Brian and Kerry at the Lowry 25 June 2013

Kerry Ellis with Brian May No One But You Lowry 25 06 2013 - http://youtu.be/Z11yedtYd8E

Brian and Kerry, Lowry Theatre
Kerry and Brian - Lowry Theatre, Salford Quays

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**Wed 24 Jun 15**
InTheStudio WITH REDBEARD TO CELEBRATE QUEEN "THE GAME" 25TH ANNIVERSARY
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In the Studio with Redbeard - The Game Anniversary

North American syndicated Rock radio programme InTheStudio with Redbeard is celebrating the 35th anniversary of QUEEN The Game next week.

The programme will consist of archival interviews with Brian May and Roger Taylor speaking about this hugely successful 1980 album.

Queen legitimately ascended the throne as Biggest Band in the World in music sales upon the release of The Game thirty-five Summers ago. “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” was already #1 in America by the time the finished album hit the streets, with the album almost immediately to follow containing “Play the Game” ,the blistering studio jam “Dragon Attack“, the surprise crossover hit “Another One Bites the Dust”, ”Need Your Loving Tonight”, and the under-appreciate d“Sail Away Sweet Sister“. Brian May and Roger Taylor return In the Studio for the story the week of June 29. -Redbeard

Preview page Link: HERE

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**Wed 24 Jun 15**
ON THIS DAY IN QUEEN HISTORY - 24 JUNE
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In 1977 - Brian May wrote in the Queen Fan Club Summer 1977 Magazine that the band had set an October deadline for their new album "News Of The World".
In 1980 - Queen were in Los Angeles rehearsing.
In 1987 - Freddie Mercury and Mike Moran continued work on track 'How Can I Go On', Mountain Studios, Montreux, Switzerland
In 1993 - The Brian May Band appeared on Top Of The Pops, BBC Television Centre, London, UK, with "Resurrection" on playback.

Brian May in Top Of The Pops (UK) - Resurrection (mimed) (24.06.1993)
- http://youtu.be/k8lKLZksJ3E

In 2002 - "Party At The Palace" CD and DVD released UK and USA, ft Brian May, Roger Taylor and collaborations from the event. [Amazon DVD and AUDIO CD]

Party At the Palace CD and DVD

Brian May, Roger Taylor, Tony Vincenc

In 2011 - Brian May attended and spoke at Starmus Festival, including concert with Tangerine Dream, Magma Arts & Congress Hall, Costa Adeje, Tenerife, later released. [AMAZON 2-CD]

Brian May and Edgar Froes
Brian May and Edger Froese

In 2013 - Brian May and Kerry Ellis played The Town Hall, Birmingham, UK.

'39 Brian May & Kerry Ellis Birmingham Town Hall 24 06 2013 - https://youtu.be/x5dIchw7998

In 2013 - Brian May and Kerry Ellis "Acoustic By Candlelight" CD released. Amazon | itunes.apple.com/

Acoustic By Candlelight

In 2014 - Queen + Adam Lambert played Rexall Place, Edmonton, Canada.

Adam Lambert and Brian May, Edmonton, Canada 24 June 2014

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