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John Deacon live: Guest appearances

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Concert info 06.06.1988 Royal Albert Hall, London, UK (Princes Trust Gala)

Photo: Guest appearance: Brian May + John Deacon live at the Royal Albert Hall, London, UK (Princes Trust Gala) [06.06.1988] Photo: Guest appearance: Brian May + John Deacon live at the Royal Albert Hall, London, UK (Princes Trust Gala) [06.06.1988] Photo: Guest appearance: Brian May + John Deacon live at the Royal Albert Hall, London, UK (Princes Trust Gala) [06.06.1988]

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. The Letter (Joe Cocker on vocals, Brian on guitar, John on bass)

Concert info 04.12.1988 Le Palais, London, UK (Fan club Xmas party with Brian and John)

Photo: Guest appearance: The Cross + Brian May + John Deacon live at the Le Palais, London, UK (Fan club Xmas party with Brian and John) [04.12.1988] Photo: Guest appearance: The Cross + Brian May + John Deacon live at the Le Palais, London, UK (Fan club Xmas party with Brian and John) [04.12.1988]

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)

Concert info 20.04.1992 Wembley Stadium, London, UK (Freddie Mercury Tribute)

Photo: Guest appearance: Brian May + Roger Taylor + John Deacon live at the Wembley Stadium, London, UK (Freddie Mercury Tribute) [20.04.1992] Photo: Guest appearance: Brian May + Roger Taylor + John Deacon live at the Wembley Stadium, London, UK (Freddie Mercury Tribute) [20.04.1992]

Guest musicians also included: Spike Edney, Mike Moran, Josh Macrae, Maggie Ryder, Miriam Stockley, Chris Thompson and The London Community Gospel Choir.

01. Tie Your Mother Down (Brian, Roger, John, Joe Elliot and Slash)
02. Heaven And Hell intro (Brian, Roger, John and Tony Iommi)
03. Pinball Wizard intro (Brian, Roger, John and Tony Iommi)
04. I Want It All (Brian, Roger, John, Roger Daltrey and Tony Iommi)
05. Las Palabras De Amor (Brian, Roger, John and Zucchero)
06. Hammer To Fall (Brian, Roger, John and Gary Cherone)
07. Stone Cold Crazy (Brian, Roger, John and James Hetfield)
08. Innuendo w/excerpts from Kashmir (Brian, Roger, John and Robert Plant)
09. Thank You (Brian, Roger, John and Robert Plant)
10. Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Brian, Roger, John and Robert Plant)
11. Radio Ga Ga (Brian, Roger, John and Paul Young)
12. Who Wants To Live Forever (Brian, Roger, John and Seal)
13. I Want To Break Free (Brian, Roger, John and Lisa Stansfield)
14. Under Pressure (Brian, Roger, John, David Bowie and Annie Lennox)
15. All The Young Dudes (Brian, Roger, John, David Bowie, Ian Hunter and Mick Ronson)
16. Heroes (Brian, Roger, John, David Bowie and Mick Ronson)
17. '39 (Brian, Roger, John and George Michael)
18. These Are The Days Of Our Lives (Brian, Roger, John, George Michael and Lisa Stansfield)
19. Somebody To Love (Brian, Roger, John and George Michael)
20. Bohemian Rhapsody (Brian, Roger, John, Elton John and Axl Rose)
21. The Show Must Go On (Brian, Roger, John, Elton John and Tony Iommi)
22. We Will Rock You (Brian, Roger, John and Axl Rose)
23. We Are The Champions (Brian, Roger, John, Liza Minelli and All Stars)

Concert info 18.09.1993 Cowdray Park, Midhurst, West Sussex, UK (Festival)

Photo: Guest appearance: Roger Taylor + John Deacon live at the Cowdray Park, Midhurst, West Sussex, UK (Festival) [18.09.1993]

Roger and John were billed as 'Queen' at this festival with plenty other stars such as Pink Floyd or Genesis.

01. A Kind Of Magic (Roger on vocals, John on bass)
02. I Want To Break Free (Roger on vocals, John on bass)
03. We Will Rock You (Roger on vocals, John on bass)
04. Another One Bites The Dust (Paul Young on vocals, Roger on drums, John on bass)
05. These Are The Days Of Our Lives (Roger on vocals, John on bass)
06. Radio Ga Ga (Roger on vocals, John on bass)

Concert info 01.07.1995 Shepherds Bush Empire, London, UK (with SAS Band)

01. My Girl
02. 634-5789
03. Crazy Little Thing Called Love

Concert info 17.01.1997 Theatre National de Chaillot, Paris, France (Bejart Ballet premiere with Brian, Roger, John, Spike and Elton John)

Photo: Guest appearance: Brian May + Roger Taylor + John Deacon live at the Theatre National de Chaillot, Paris, France (Bejart Ballet premiere with Brian, Roger, John, Spike and Elton John) [17.01.1997] Photo: Guest appearance: Brian May + Roger Taylor + John Deacon live at the Theatre National de Chaillot, Paris, France (Bejart Ballet premiere with Brian, Roger, John, Spike and Elton John) [17.01.1997] Photo: Guest appearance: Brian May + Roger Taylor + John Deacon live at the Theatre National de Chaillot, Paris, France (Bejart Ballet premiere with Brian, Roger, John, Spike and Elton John) [17.01.1997]

This was the very last concert appearance of John Deacon with Queen.

01. The Show Must Go On (Elton John on vocals)
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