I was born in former Czechoslovakia (= Czech Republic) in 1979 and never had the chance to see Queen with Freddie. Being a huge fan of the band I at least started attending concerts of Brian May, Roger Taylor, Queen with Paul Rodgers of Queen with Adam Lambert. So far I've seen the guys live roughly 50 times.
QueenConcerts.com is a project I started in June 2002 (exactly on that day I also got my MSc. degree and it was my birthday :-) I was basically a follow-up of my previous Queen websites, the last one of which was called Mr.Scully's Queen Of Rock and had over 220000 unique visits as of March 2002 when it had to be closed due to a really weird letter from EMI.
This new QueenConcerts site has proved to be extremely popular simply because I have been updating is constantly and it has quickly become by far the most accurate Queen concertography that has ever been. Currently it's among TOP 5 of most visited Queen websites in the world. All this was achieved without absolutely any support from the band members or their organization.
Greg Brook's "Queen Live" book was a good start. This is part two - with emphasis on solo concerts of Queen members, their guest appearances with other artists or all instruments they ever used on the stage. Don't miss the unique gallery with hundreds of ticket stubs, tour programs or memorabilia that is often unique.
I am very impressed with the amount of work you have put in. You have a quality site - you should be proud of it (I'm sure you are).by Peter "Ratty' Hince, Queen roadie in 1975-1986
Congratulations on the Queen concert web site - I'm VERY impressed.by Jim Jenkins, the most famous Queen fan, author of the official biography
I've had a look at your site. It is very impressive. Just looking at the dates and names of the arenas made me smile and brought back so many memories.by Peter 'Phoebe' Freestone, Freddie's personal assistant from late 1979 until Freddie's death
A very interesting, well researched and nicely presented site. It is extremely useful and a great research tool for me. Well done Mr Scully... I finally got around to looking in detail. EXCEPTIONAL!by Greg Brooks, author of the 'Queen Live' book that inspired me to work on this site
An interesting bit: you can see me on the "Super Live In Japan" DVD - Rudi Dolezal was interviewing me for the new Budapest documentary.
My scans or information are included in many books, for example Mick Rock's "Killer Queen", Georg Purvis' "Complete Works", Mark Blake's "Is This The Real Life?", Greg Brooks' "Queen Live" and many others. Also in the Q magazine or A Night At The Opera 30th anniversary documentary. I have also translated Laura Jackson's "Brian May" book into Czech.