22.10.1991 Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK (with Extreme)
01. Tie Your Mother Down (Brian on guitar)
02. Song For Love (Brian on guitar)
19.10.1991 Auditorio de la Cartuja, Sevilla, Spain (Expo '92 Guitar festival)
Guest appearance: Brian May live at the Auditorio de la Cartuja, Sevilla, Spain (Expo '92 Guitar festival)

A significant part of his first proper solo album (Back To The Light) was already finished and Brian was asked to organize a concert of guitar legends for the Expo '92 exhibition in Sevilla. He certainly did a good job - his guests included Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Nuno Bettencourt and Joe Walsh (all on guitars). The show lasted over two hours and was broadcasted all around the world.

01. Big Bad Moon (with Satriani)
02. Liberty (with Satriani, Vai)
03. Last Horizon
04. Driven By You
05. Guitar Solo
06. Tie Your Mother Down
07. Funk #49 (with Fox, Peters, Walsh)
08. Rocky Mountain Way (with, Satriani, Vai)
09. All Right Now (with Satriani, Vai, Rodgers)
10. Now I'm Here (with Satriani, Vai, Bettencourt, Cherone, Walsh, Rodgers)
11. Hey Joe (with Satriani, Vai, Bettencourt, Cherone, Walsh, Rodgers)
10.06.1991 Toronto, Canada ("Innuendo radio tour")
01. Tie Your Mother Down
02. Crazy Little Thing Called Love
03. Stone Cold Crazy
10.06.1991 HMV Superstore, Toronto, Canada ("Innuendo radio tour")

Brian did two interviews (with playing) that day. First the regular interview on the radio tour and later that day came an actual performance in a HMV Superstore - playing along backing tracks and answering questions from the audience.

Setlist not available
04.06.1991 San Jose, California, USA ("Innuendo radio tour")
01. I Can't Live With You
02. Tie Your Mother Down
03. Killer Queen
04. Headlong
05. Under Pressure
31.05.1991 Dallas, Texas, USA ("Innuendo radio tour")
01. Brighton Rock
02. Stone Cold Crazy
29.05.1991 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA ("Innuendo radio tour")
01. I Can't Live With You
02. Under Pressure
03. We Will Rock You
04. Tie Your Mother Down
05. Somebody To Love
28.05.1991 Boston, Massachusetts, USA ("Innuendo radio tour")
01. The Invisible Man
17.04.1991 Los Angeles, California, USA ("Innuendo radio tour")

Some sources say the date was May 14, 1991 but that's wrong because Brian was recording Mother Love with Freddie in the studios in mid May!

01. Guitar solo (snippets of Last Horizon)
25.03.1991 Fat Tuesdays, New York, New York, USA (with Les Paul)
Guest appearance: Brian May live at the Fat Tuesdays, New York, New York, USA (with Les Paul)
Guest appearance: Brian May live at the Fat Tuesdays, New York, New York, USA (with Les Paul)

The gig was played at Fat Tuesdays, a small nightclub that Les Paul played once a week for many years. On this night, they were filming part of a home video called Guitar, narrated by guitarist Jeff "Skunk" Baxter of Steely Dan fame. But the released video included only part of Early Morning Blues.

01. Early Morning Blues
02. Improvisation
25.03.1991 New York, New York, USA ("Innuendo radio tour")
01. Guitar solo
02.02.1991 Queen Mary ship, Long Beach, California, USA (Innuendo Party)
Setlist not available
07.12.1990 Astoria Theatre, London, UK (Fan club Xmas party with Brian)

Another fan club party with The Cross as the main act and Brian as a special guest who joined them for the last four songs. The moment when Brian walks on the stage is great: although the fans KNEW he would come, their reaction was spontaneous anyway. A recording exists (it was released & sold by the fanclub as the first "official" bootleg).

01. I'm In Love With My Car (Brian on guitar)
02. Let Me Out (Brian on guitar and vocals)
03. Tie Your Mother Down (Brian on guitar and vocals)
04. Lucille (Brian on guitar)
08.09.1990 Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK (with Black Sabbath)
01. Heaven And Hell
02. Paranoid
03. Heaven And Hell reprise
16.02.1990 Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK (with Mott The Hoople)
Guest appearance: Brian May live at the Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK (with Mott The Hoople)
01. All The Way From Memphis
21.11.1989 Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK (with Jerry Lee Lewis)
Guest appearance: Brian May live at the Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK (with Jerry Lee Lewis)
01. High School Confidential
02. Rockin' My Life Away
03. Johnny B. Goode
04. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On
05. Great Balls Of Fire
06. Good Golly Miss Molly
07. Tutti Frutti
08. Mexicali Rose
09. Wild One
10.09.1989 Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK (with Black Sabbath)
01. Heaven And Hell
02. Paranoid
03. Heaven And Hell reprise
17.12.1988 The Marquee Club, London, UK (with Bad News and Jeff Beck)
Setlist not available
16.12.1988 The Marquee Club, London, UK (with Bad News and Jeff Beck)
Setlist not available
12.12.1988 Wembley Arena, London, UK (with Bon Jovi, Elton John, Rick Allen and Lita Ford)
01. Get Back
02. Travellin' Band
04.12.1988 Le Palais, London, UK (Fan club Xmas party with Brian and John)
Guest appearance: The Cross + Brian May + John Deacon live at the Le Palais, London, UK (Fan club Xmas party with Brian and John)
Guest appearance: The Cross + Brian May + John Deacon live at the Le Palais, London, UK (Fan club Xmas party with Brian and John)

This was a fan club party where The Cross were joined by Brian and John for the last four songs. Brian comes to the stage, starts playing a couple of chords of Dust My Broom but then stops and says: "OK guys, I guess we need a little more help. Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. John Deacon". The fans go crazy, of course. One of the very few appearances of three Queen members together. Mike Moran and Chris Thompson were special guests that night (Spike Edney was on tour). The recording is available on bootleg video

01. Dust My Broom (Brian on guitar and vocals, John on bass)
02. I'm In Love With My Car (Brian on guitar, John on bass)
03. Early Morning Blues (Brian on guitar and vocals, John on bass)
04. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On (Brian on guitar, John on bass, Chris Thompson on vocals)
06.06.1988 Royal Albert Hall, London, UK (The Prince's Trust Rock Gala)
Guest appearance: Brian May + John Deacon live at the Royal Albert Hall, London, UK (The Prince's Trust Rock Gala)
Guest appearance: Brian May + John Deacon live at the Royal Albert Hall, London, UK (The Prince's Trust Rock Gala)
Guest appearance: Brian May + John Deacon live at the Royal Albert Hall, London, UK (The Prince's Trust Rock Gala)

A charity gig with Brian May and John Deacon (John played only in one song though). An official video (VHS and DVD) was released.

01. Dancing With Tears In My Eyes (Midge Ure on vocals, Brian on guitar)
02. What Is Love? (Howard Jones on vocals, Brian on guitar)
03. Never Gonna Give You Up (Rick Astley on vocals, Brian on guitar)
04. Wonderful Life (Colin Vearcombe on vocals, Brian on guitar)
05. You Can't Hurry Love (Phil Collins on vocals, Brian on guitar)
06. The Letter (Joe Cocker on vocals, Brian on guitar, John on bass)
07. You Win Again (Bee Gees on vocals, Brian on guitar)
08. Sledge Hammer (Peter Gabriel on vocals, Brian on guitar)
09. With A Little Help From My Friends (Joe Cocker & Marti Pellow on vocals, Brian on guitar)
05.11.1987 Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK (with Bad News)
01. Brighton Rock solo
02. Hey Hey Bad News
03. Mama Weer All Crazee Now
09.09.1987 Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK (with Def Leppard)
01. Now I'm Here
29.08.1987 Richfield Avenue, Reading, UK (with Bad News)
Guest appearance: Brian May live at the Richfield Avenue, Reading, UK (with Bad News)
Guest appearance: Brian May live at the Richfield Avenue, Reading, UK (with Bad News)
01. Bohemian Rhapsody
02. Warriors Of Ghengis Khan
03. Hey Hey Bad News
04. Bad News
05. Life With Brian
09.11.1986 Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK (with Bad News & Jimmy Page)
01. Drink Till I Die
02. Masturbike
03. Warriors Of Ghengis Khan
04. Hey Hey Bad News
05. Guitar Duel
06. Bad News
19.07.1986 Müngersdorfer Stadion, Cologne, Germany (with Marillion)
Guest appearance: Brian May live at the Müngersdorfer Stadion, Cologne, Germany (with Marillion)
01. Market Square Heroes
22.06.1985 New Orleans, Louisiana, USA (with Eddie Van Halen & John Entwhistle)

with Eddie Van Halen & John Entwistle

Setlist not available
29.05.1985 Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK (with REO Speedwagon)

Mark Moss says: "I went to the REO Speedwagon show in 1985 when Brian came on stage and played, in your notes you said that there was some confusion as some say that John Entwistle played that day and not Brian - in fact they both came on and played the song! I had a front row ticket and was wearing my Works T shirt. Brian was great, he gave me a nod and a wink and played part of the song right in front of me! Great memories. I saw REO 2 years in a row at the Odeon; the first year they had Alvin Lee and John Entwistle (1984) and the following year John Entwistle and Brian."

01. Johnny B Goode
16.01.1985 Barra of Tijuca (Rock In Rio), Rio De Janeiro, Brazil (soundcheck with Os Paralamas Do Sucesso)
Setlist not available
20.11.1983 Duke Of York's Theatre, London, UK (Capital radio Guitar masterclass)
Guest appearance: Brian May live at the Duke Of York's Theatre, London, UK (Capital radio Guitar masterclass)

Brian's first proper solo performance came in November 1983. Brian was invited to the Capital Radio to show a couple of his tricks on guitar. He played an old traditional song in a form of medieval music called Pavan and taught a couple of students how to play it. In the end of this short session he also played a very short guitar solo and part of Love Of My Life. A full recording exists (it was broadcasted on the radio and apparently also released on casette).

01. Introduction
02. Pavan (take 1)
03. Pavan (take 2)
04. Guitar Improvisation
05. Love Of My Life
11.09.1983 Forum, Inglewood, California, USA (with Def Leppard)
Guest appearance: Brian May live at the Forum, Inglewood, California, USA (with Def Leppard)
01. Travellin' Band
06.06.1982 Dominion Theatre, London, UK (with Heart)
Setlist not available
21.01.1981 Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK (with Black Sabbath)

Originally scheduled for December 30th, 1980.

01. Paranoid
02. Children Of The Grave
01.12.1973 Kursaal, Southend, UK (with Mott The Hoople)
01. All The Young Dudes