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**Mon 28 Nov 16**
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In 1973 - Queen played Brangwyn Hall, Swansea, UK.
In 1975 - 'A Night At The Opera' albums on vinyl LP and cassette released in the UK by EMI records. [AMAZON]




In 1978 - Queen played the War Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, New York, USA - and writes a letter for the Fan Club Magazine Winter 1978 edition.
In 1978 - Queen received Gold and Platinum awards for Jazz USA sales.
In 1998 - Brian May played Alexandra Hills Hotel, Brisbane, Australia.
In 1999 - Brian May guest appearance, National Music Show, Wembley Exhibition Centre, London, UK. Answered questions from Simon Bradley [Guitarist magazine] and explained his setup, various demos and later jammed with Chad Smith

National Music Show Programme front

Brian May National Music Show

Water Rats 2004
Chris Barber, Rick Wakeman, Brian May, Kerry & Chris McDevitt, Joe Brown
Water Rats Ball 2004. Credit Doug McKenzie

Days of Our Lives documentary blu-ray

In 2004 - Brian May guest appearance Annual Ball of The Grand Order of Water Rats, Grosvenor House Hotel, London, UK. AMAZON
In 2011 - "Days Of Our Lives" documentary released on DVD and Blue-ray by Universal Music.
In 2011 - Brian May attended the Royal premiere Royal Performance of Martin Scorsese's Hugo in 3D with daughter, Emily, at the Odeon Cinema, Leicester Square, London.


Brian and Emily at Hugo in 3D premeire
Credit Ian Gavan/Getty Images

In 2012 - "WWRY" Basel cast and band members are fIxed.
In 2013 - Brian May writes on his website about health problems. All investigations for bone cancer proved to be negative.
In 2015 - A news report about "A Night At The Odeon" is shown on the Italian TV station TG5

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**Sun 27 Nov 16**
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Brian May Starlicks Masterclass VHSIn 1973 - Queen played Birmingham Town Hall, UK.
In 1974 - Queen played the Olympen, Lund, Sweden.
In 1977 - Queen played the Coliseum, Richfield, Ohio, USA. ELO drummer, Bev Bevan visited the band backstage pre-show.
In 1979 - Queen played Apollo Theatre, Manchester, UK.
In 1980 - Queen played the Groenoordhallen, Leiden, The Netherlands.
In 1984 - Star Licks Master Series released Brian May live Masterclass session from 20 November 1983.
In 1984 - Freddie Mercury wrote letter for Queen FC Magazine, stating he was still working on his solo album that he thought he might call "Made In Heaven" after the track.
In 1984 - Capitol Records released 12" 'Thank God It's Christmas' / 'Man On The Prowl (Extended version)' / 'Keep Passing The Open Windows' in USA.
In 1989 - ‘The Miracle’ / ‘Stone Cold Crazy (Live)’ released UK.
In 1991 - Brian May wrote letter for Queen FC Magazine on behalf of himself, Roger Taylor and John Deacon, expressing thoughts and feelings on life and passing of Freddie Mercury.
In 1993 - Brian May played Huxley's Neue Welt, Berlin, Germany.
In 1994 - Roger Taylor played The Leadmill, Sheffield, UK.
In 2000 - Parlophone, in support of "Freddie Mercury - The Solo Collection" boxed set released 'Guide Me Home' CD single in Italy and Holland.
In 2001 - Brian May on Capitol Gold's 6 O'clock show Takeover.
In 2006 - Queen vs The Miami Project released remixes of 'Another One Bites The Dust' online single on iTunes UK.
In 2006 - "We Will Rock You" at the Paris Hotel and Casino closed after 520 performances.
In 2007 - Brian May spent first of 3 consecutive days mixing the track, 'Say It's Not True'.
In 2008 - Queen + Paul Rodgers played Via Funchal, Sao Paulo, Brazil (2nd show).
In 2012 -
Queen archivist, Greg Brooks and Queen expert, Gary Taylor start the Facebook site "Rare Share: Queen Collectibles" and announce as a new project a dedicated YouTube Channel for December 2012. The YouTube Channel "Rare Share: Queen Collectibles" is especially for Queen fans, where videos of rare and valuable memorabilia and collectors from all over the world are put, online.
In 2014 - "Queen Forever" 14 days after release achieved Gold status for 100,000 sold copies in England.
In 2014 - Brian May and Denis Pellerin "The Poor Man's Picture Gallery" talk, St Swithin's Church, The Paragon, Bath, (A Toppings Book Shop, Bath, event).
In 2014 - Roger Taylor appeared on "Loose Women", ITV UK.

Queen's Roger Taylor - Loose Women 27 Nov 2014 - https://youtu.be/-CmCaIcp_mg

In 2014 - Brian May visited the Herschel Museum, Bath, UK.

Herschel Museum
Report http://www.bettybhandari.com/brian-may/

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*Sat 26 Nov 16**
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In 1969 - Wreckage played Twickenham Rugby Club, UK.
In 1973 - Queen played Manchester Opera House, UK.
In 1975 - Queen played Manchester Free Trade Hall, UK (2 shows).
In 1976 - Reception to promote A Day At The Races, Advision Studios, London.
In 1977 - Band went to see Chrysler Museum Of Art where Frank Kelly Freas had an exhibition displaying the original News Of The World cover painting titled "The Gulf Between" and who presented them with a limited edition copy of his sic fi book.
In 1978 - Queen played Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.
In 1979 - Queen played Manchester Apollo, UK
In 1980 - Queen played Sporthalle, Cologne, Germany.
In 1984 - Queen released 'Thank God It's Christmas' / 'Keep Passing The Open Windows' / 'Man On The Prowl' UK.

Thank God It's Christmas

In 1990 - 'Final Destination' / 'Penetration Guru' released UK.
In 1991 - Hollywood released 4th "Rocls" promo CD.
In 1994 - Roger Taylor played Liverpool Royal Court Theatre, UK.
In 1996 - Freddie Mercury Photographic Exhibition opened, RAH, London, UK.

Bomi and Jer Bulsara with grandson, RAH FM photoraphic exhibition

In 1998 - Brian May played Newcastle Workers Cooperative Club, Newcastle, Australia.
In 2008 - Queen + Paul Rodgers played Via Funchal, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
In 2012 -
Spike Edney interview with Stuart Provan, Eagle Radio, about his time with Queen, The Brian May Band and his All Star band.
In 2012 - After a 5-year term as Chancellor Liverpool John Moores University, Dr. Brian May is in his role for the last time at a ceremony, Liverpool Cathedral.
In 2012 -
Brian May signed a special Red Special Guitar auction in aid of "Star Card Great Ormond Street Hospital Auction".
In 2013 - 26.11.2013 - 27.11.2013: "We Will Rock You" North American Tour ,The Community Auditorium, Thunder Bay, ON, Canada.
In 2013 - Brian May attends discussions about the badger problem in Gloucestershire.
In 2013 - Brian May & Kerry Ellis complete final work on "Live In Montreux" DVD and discuss setlist for "Candlelight Concerts" February 2014.
In 2014 - Brian May honoured as Animal Hero Awards' celebrity supporter of the year, Grosvenor House, London. Attended with Anita Dobson.

Brian May Animal Hero Awards 2014

In 2015 - An interview with Brian May broadcast BBC Daybreak News and an interview on Unit Radio "The 2 Show".

Brian May on BBC Daybreak News (26 Nov) report Battersea Collars & Coats 25/22/10
- https://youtu.be/ApC2W6H_l8I

In 2015 - Kerry Ellis won the "Broadway World Award" for role in "Cats" at London Palladium in the category "Best Featured Actress in a New Production of a Musical".
In 2015 - In the show "Dolezal Backstage", Rudi Dolezal presented videos on the topics "Freddie's Flight to Munich" and "The Illusion of the Duet of Queen and David Bowie".

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*Fri 25 Nov 16**
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In 1973 - Queen played Caley Cinema, Edinburgh, UK.
In 1974 - Queen played Helsingin Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki, Finland
In 1975 - 'Bohemian Rhapsod'" reached No 1 UK chart.
In 1977 - Queen played the Scope Arena, Norfolk, Virginia, USA.
In 1978 - Queen played the Coliseum, Richfield, Ohio, USA.
In 1980 - Queen played Le Bourget La Rotonde, Paris, France.
In 1980 - Queen received Platinum Award 'Another One Bites The Dust" US sales.
In 1981 - Queen played Forum, Montreal, Canada (2nd night).
In 1991 - "Driven By You" / "Just One Life" released UK.

Driven By You

In 1991 - EMI Electrola withdraws The Cross ‘Life Changes’ CD single form the market.
In 1991 - BBC Radio 1 had two special programmes on air, while BBC TV showed "These Are The Days Of Our Lives" documentary for the first time. Special programmes shown on TV around the world as news of Freddie's death announced.
In 1997 - Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert (20 April 1992) released on laser disc.
In 1996 - Brian May, Roger Taylor & Montserrat Caballe inauguration Irena Sedleck Freddie Mercury statue, Montreux, Switzerland.

Brian May, Anita, Dobson, Roger Taylor, Montreux 25 Nov 1996
Brian, Anita and Roger, Montreux - 25 November 1996

In 1998 - Brian May played Capitol Theatre, Sydney, Australia.
In 1999 - Brian May & Roger Taylor played Brixton Academy, London, UK, with Foo Fighters
In 2004 - Brian May & Roger Taylor joined Nelson Mandela for launch of special limited edition of book, "46664 The Concert", Dorchester Hotel, London, UK, the book documenting 29 Nov 2003 Cape Town Concert.

Brian and Roger - Dorchester 46664 Book launch 2004

In 2005 - "We Will Rock You (Live in Sheffield - Promo Version)" and "We Are The Champions (Live in Sheffield Promo Version)" from "Return Of The Champions", issued Japan.
In 2006 - The 3rd UK Hall Of Fame Awards aired USA on VH1 (previously televised UK Ch4 16 Nov 06, aired in the USA. Roger Taylor interview BBC Radio 2 - see HERE transcription HERE.
In 2010 - Brian May & Roger Taylor guests SAS Band, Collars & Coats Gala Ball, Battersea Power Station, London, UK.
In 2011 - Brian May & Kerry Ellis guest spot with SAS Band at Freddie Mercury 20th Anniversary, Clapham Grand, London.

Brian May Supporting Battersea Dogs and Cats Home (BBC) 25 November 2010
- https://youtu.be/rKlTCBsZ9p8

Brian May & Kerry Ellis (NOBY, STL) Clapham Grand 25 Nov 2011 - https://youtu.be/Bed1MtOmLj4011

In 2011 - Brian May guest with The Darkness, Hammersmith Apollo, London, UK.

Brian May with The Darkness 25 Nov 2011

In 2010 - Brian May gives an interview for BBC News before "Collars & Coats Gala Ball".
In 2010 - The Charity Event "Collars & Coats Gala Ball" takes place in the Battersea Power Station in London in aid of the "150th Anniversary of Battersea Dogs Home". Queen + Roger Daltrey played together with Spike Edney's SAS band and Meat Loaf's Patti Russo.
In 2010 - Brian May auctioned on ebay six WWRY London VIP Box Tickets and a Meet And Greet with himself for an online Christmas Auction from ABC (Action For Brazil's Children).
In 2011 - The "Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert", organized by The Official International Queen Fan Club and The Mercury Phoenix Trust,took place at The Clapham Grand Theater, London. Brian May performed with Kerry Ellis and the SAS band 'No-One But You', 'Somebody To Love'" and 'Tie Your Mother Down'.
- then went onto The Darkness concert, Hammersmith Apollo, joining them on 'Bareback', 'I Believe In A Thing Called Love' and 'Tie Your Mother Down'.
In 2011 - Roger Taylor's mother, Winifred, died. R.I.P.
In 2013 - Freddie Mercury: The Great Pretender won Emmy Award at 41st International Emmy® Awards Gala event attended by over 1,000 international television professionals,hosted by John Oliver, New York Hilton.
In 2013 - The Japan edition Blu-Ray Audio from "A Night At The Opera" released as an import with additional Japanese insert and OBI from Universal Music Japan.
In 2014 - Diableries : Stereoscopic Adventures in Hell, Brian May and Denis Pellerin, with their new French publisher, Les Editions La Martinière, presented the book in its version française to the Press November 25, Hotel de Sully, Paris.
In 2014 - An official Press book presentation of the French ediiton "Diableries: Stereoscopic Adventures In Hell" held at the Hotel de Sully, Paris. Brian May and Denis Pellerin presented the 3D book to the press, together with the new French publishing, house "Les Editions La Martinière".
In 2014 - Roger Taylor telephone interview with Tom Lounges for "Lakeshore Radio" and talked about the possibility of recordings with Adam Lambert, the upcoming tour, the collaboration with Paul Rodgers and his own solo career.
In 2015 - Brian May guest at the film premiere of "Racing Extinction" at the London Zoo, also taking part in an audience discussion.
In 2015 - "Queen Heaven" laser show premiere in Mannheim. "Queen Heaven" was now shown in Jena, Kiel and Münster in four different planetariums in Germany

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**Thu 24 Nov 16**
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In 1969 - Wreckage played Wide Deacon Grammar School For Girls, Widnes, UK.
In 1975 - Queen played the Gaumont, Southampton, UK.
In 1977 - Queen played The Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, and afterwards to Norfolk, Virginia, to meet Frank Kelly Freas, original artist for "News Of The World" album cover graphic.
In 1979 - Queen played National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, UK.
In 1980 - 'Flash' / 'Football Fight' released UK.
In 1981 - Queen played one of two nights, The Forum, Montreal, Canada - Videoed for Mobilevision and released September 1984 on "We Will Rock You" VHS.

Queen Montreal

In 1991 - RIP Freddie Mercury - died of bronchial pneumonia at his home, Logan Place, Kensington, London.
In 1992 - Roger Taylor writes Queen Fan Club Winter 1992 magazine letter saying The Cross officially done, except for forthcoming Christmas shows, that he'd been writing new material and had built a new Cosford Mill home studio, also hoping band could finish new Queen album in 1993.

GReat Pretender banner

The Very Best of Meat LoafIn 1992 - Freddie Mercury "The Great Pretender" album released US. [AMAZON]
In 1993 - Brian May Band played Eissporthalle, Halle, Germany.
In 1994 - Roger Taylor played Leeds Irish Centre, UK.
In 1997 - Brian May interview ‘This Morning’, ITV, London,
In 1998 - "Crown Jewels" box set released USA.
In 1998 - Meat Loaf released "The Very Best of Meat Loaf" ft Brian May guitar on "A Kiss Is A Terrible Thing To Waste" (Webber/Steinman), though not mentioned in liner notes. Rumours surround whether Brian played additional guitar on Meat Loaf/Bonnie Tyler version of song in film "Whistle Down The Wind", or just at demo stage. [AMAZON]
In 2001 - Brian May and Roger Taylor guest appearance, OIQFC party on 10 years since Freddie's death, Ocean Club, London, UK. SAS Band, Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden) ‘I Want To Break Free’. Finale: Brian May & Roger Taylor on staged for ‘Radio Ga Ga’, ‘Since You've Been Gone’, ‘Under Pressure (Roger + Treana Morris vocals), ‘Strange Frontier’, ‘Tie Your Mother Down’, ‘No One But You’.
In 2002 - Roger & Ben Elton interview for retro chart show ‘From The Bottom To The Top’ Capital Gold, UK.
In 2009 - Brian May unveiled Freddie Mercury Memorial, Feltham, UK, accompanied by Jer Bulsara.
In 2010 - Brian May rehearsed with the musicians for the gig at the "Collars & Coats Gala Ball".
In 2010 -
"Singles Collection:Vol 4" released by Toshiba EMI in Japan as Limited edition, limited to 1,000 copies.
In 2011 -
The book "Bohemian Rhapsodies: True Tales By Queen Fans & Celebrities" by Robyn Dunford published as a paperback by "Rock N Roll Books" in UK.
In 2012 - On occasion of Freddie Mercury's 21st anniversary, the film "Hungarian Rhapsody - Queen Live In Budapest" was to be shown in cinemas in Russia, Italy and Japan.
In 2012 -
The first preview day of "We Will Rock You Musical" Basel" took place at the Musical Theater, Basel.
In 2012 - Final day of
"Queen Backstage" Exhibition, Elbe Park, Dresden.
In 2012 - Brian May and Kerry Ellis guest appearance for Make-A-Wish Foundation Winter Ball, The Dorchester Hotel, London, UK. Setlist: 'Born Free', 'I (Who Have Nothing)', 'Life Is Real, 'Kissing Song'" and 'Crazy Little Thing Called Love'.

Brian May and Kerry Ellis - Make A Wish
Brian and Kerry before "Make A Wish" performance

In 2014 - Brian May talk and book-signing "Les Diableries: Aventures Stéréoscopiques en Enfer", Monte-en-aire Library Gallery, Paris.

Brian May at Monte-en-Aire book-signing

In 2013 - Freddie Mercury Biopic: "We Are On!". A Queen Band meeting with producer Graham King took place in London. Three important decisions are made for the Freddie Mercury Biopic and Brian May announces that the launch of the film to be made the next week and accurate information released soon.
In 2014 -
Press conference - We Will Rock You Presentation and homage to Freddie Mercury by BB Promotion for the promotion of "We Will Rock You: Vienna, took place at place at Madame Tussauds, Vienna.
In 2014 - "Queen Rock Montreal" distributed to cinemas worldwide.
In 2015 - "I Will Not Let You Go: The Bohemian Rhapsody Story" by Steve Wright broadcast on BBC R2.

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**Thu 24 Nov 16**
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Always in our hearts
Loved and missed as always

FM London Tribute 24 November 2011
From a tribute at Garden Lodge 24 November 2011

Garden Lodge 24 November 2011

Garden Lodge 24 November 2011

Brian May remembering Freddie Mercury - https://youtu.be/c_vZZhJUvII

Queen - No One But You (Only The Good Die Young)
- https://youtu.be/oLKyaOLb2Fs

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**Wed 23 Nov 16**
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Queen+ Adam Lambert - Live In Japan Trailer
- https://youtu.be/v1ar58E0znU

Queen Live In JapanQueen + Adam Lambert – Live in Japan - Now Available to Pre-order from http://wardrecords.com/QueenLiveInJapan/

Queen + Adam Lambert – Live in Japan” will be released in Japan on December 20th, 2016. This multi-format release captures the band’s headliner performance that took place on 17th August 2014 at Marine Stadium, the main stage of Japan’s largest rock festival, “Summer Sonic” in its entirety.

Release formats:
DVD /Blu-ray / DVD+Live CD / Blu-ray+Live CD / DVD or Blu-ray, Live CD +T-shirt / Super Deluxe Box set (including DVD or Blu-ray, Live CD, 2LP, Tshirt, Tote Bag+Photo Book)

Available to pre-order HERE - Product page

Now accepting] Made in Japan Summer Sonic 2014 / Queen + Adam Lambert [Regular Edition Blu-ray]
December 20, 2016 Word Records Direct limited release! Accepting reservations !!

Summer Sonic 2014 legend of live is finally released in the full inclusion!
[With Japanese subtitles (with lyrics subtitles on-off function) / Japanese Reference inclusion]

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**Wed 23 Nov 16**
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In 1963 - Roger Taylor (with The Reaction) reportedly in a recording studio for first time, Wadebridge Sound Studios -lead lead vocals and drums 'In The Midnight Hour', 'I Got You (I Feel Good)', b/vs and drums 'I'll Go Crazy', drums 'Bona Sera', 'Just A Little Bit' and \What's On Your Mind'.
In 1973 - Queen played the Apollo Theatre, Glasgow, UK.
In 1974 - Queen played the Konserthuset, Gothenburg, Sweden.
In 1975 - Queen played the Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, UK.
In 1976 - 'Somebody To Love' entered UK chart No 4 and No 1 Radio Luxembourg.
In 1977 - Queen live at the The Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
In 1978 - Queen live at the Checkerdome, St Louis, Missouri, USA, staying at Sheraton Hotel.
In 1980 - Queen live at the Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland (Freddie carried on stage for encore by a "Darth Vader".)
In 1982 - Elektra Records released 'Staying Power' singles, remixed by John Loungo, USA.
In 1983 - Queen second day of three, filming 'Radio GaGa' promo, Shepperton Studios, London.
In 1987 - Queen Productions members dress up in Christmas costumes to hand deliver 'I Dream of Christmas' Anita Dobson single to BBC Radio One.
In 1989 - Queen filming 'The Miracle' promo directed by DoRo, Elstree Studios, Borehamwood, UK, with the four young lads chosen to play the mini versions of Queen.
In 1990 - Queen filming 'Headlong' promo directed by DoRo, Metropolis Studios and interviews for EPK. This version has different guitar solo to album.


In 1991 - Freddie issued statement to the Press stating that he had AIDS.

"Following enormous conjecture in the press, I wish to confirm that I have been tested HIV positive and have AIDS. I felt it correct to keep this information private to date in order to protect the privacy of those around me. However, the time has now come for my friends and fans around the world to know the truth. I hope that everyone will join with me, my doctors and all those worldwide in a fight against this terrible disease. My privacy has always been very special to me and I am famous for my lack of interviews. Please understand that this policy will continue." Freddie Mercury

Extract Sunday Sport 24111991

In 1991 - Brian May working on 'Nothin' But Blue' and says that on this day he wrote lyrics for Cozy Powell collab, "Somewhere In Time".

Bacl to the Light Pt 1

In 1992 - "The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert" double VHS released in UK by PMI.
In 1993 - Brian May played the Congress Centrum, Hamburg, Germany.
The Unblinking EyeIn 1994 - Roger Taylor played the Riverside, Newcastle, UK.
In 1998 - Brian May played the Palais Theatre, Melbourne, Australia.
In 1999 - 5ive released "Invincible" ft Queen duet 'We Will Rock You'.
In 2001- The Freddie Mercury Photographic Exhibition opened to public, Shibuya Parco in Tokyo, Japan. Hot Space and Magic Tour stage costumes, plus Freddie's red costume from It's A Hard Life video available to view for 10 days, along with a 1986 photo of Freddie taken in Japan.
In 2001 - The Best Guitar Album In The World... Ever! certified Silver and Gold status.
In 2007 - Q+PR at The Priory, Surrey, UK working on 'Say It's Not True' for release on World AIDS Day.
In 2009 - Roger Taylor released to DL 'The Unblinking Eye (Everything Is Broken)'. AMAZON
In 2010 - Brian May guest on Ian Collins's "The Late Show" on talkSPORT Radio on "The Adult Hour", talking about Freddie Mercury, Queen and Animal Protection.

Brian May Pt 1 on talkSPORT Late Show 23 Nov 2010 - https://youtu.be/wtY3eK-FPkU
Brian May (Pt 1) on talkSPORT Late Show 23 Nov 2010
(Pt 2) talkSPORT https://youtu.be/yUh0fXamO7w
(Pt 3 talkSPORT https://youtu.be/KSQi6eWyprM

In 2011 - The first three albums "Queen", "Queen II" and "Sheer Heart Attack" are released by Universal Music Japan as SHM-SACD Limited Edition.
In 2013 - Roger Taylor interview with Sarah Cox will be broadcast on BBC Radio 2 on the show "The 80s Show". Roger Taylor talking about Live Aid.
In 2015 - "The Works" Art Print signed by Brian May and Roger Taylor is auctioned for The Mercury Phoenix Trust.

The Works signed art print

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**Tue 22 Nov 16**
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In 1973 - Queen played City Hall, Newcastle, UK.
In 1974 - Queen awarded silver for Sheer Heart Attack sales in the UK.
In 1978 - Queen played Auditorium, Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
In 1979 - Queen played RDS Simmons Hall, Dublin, Ireland.
In 1983 - Queen filming for “Radio Ga Ga” promo video, Shepperton, Surrey, UK.

Radio Gaga filming

In 1987 - Queen: The Magic Years 3-Part Documentary premiered at Dutch Fan Club Convention.
In 1994 - Roger Taylor played Rock City, Nottingham, UK.
In 1998 - Brian May played at Heaven II, Adelaide, Australia.
In 1991 - Freddie Mercury asked Queen's manager Jim Beach to help him prepare a public statement about his state of health.
In 2007 - Brian May, Roger Taylor and Ben Elton attended We Will Rock You musical press conference at the Raimund Theater, Vienna, Austria.
In 2007 - Maurice Bejart died - R.I.P.

Brian May, Maurice Bejart, Roger Taylor
Brian May, Maurice Bejart, Roger Taylor


In 2009 - Roger Taylor on BBC R6 Music “Music Week Show” to promote “Absolute Greatest”.
In 2010: "ROCKMOS! The First And Only Photobook Of Queen + Paul Rodgers officially launched [Available http://www.rockmos.de]
In 2012 - Brian May gave an interview for the "Daily Telegraph" Saturday Magazine ,to be published early December.
In 2012 - Brian May signed a Queen scarf for "Male Cancer Awareness Charity Auction".
In 2012 - Roger Taylor signed 5 CDs from the "2011 Remastered Series" for "Cornwall's Phoenix Stroke Appeal" charity auction.

In 2013 - In London, screen tests for the role of Freddie Mercury in the Queen Biopic took place. Ben Whishaw - a hopeful.
In 2015 -
Brian May and Anita Dobson were guests at the "Evening Standard Theater Awards", Old Vic Theater, London.

Brian, Pixie Lott and Anita

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