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Roger and Sarina attended a Christmas Party at Mike Rutherford's house in Loxwood, Surrey. No idea about the setlist.01. Drum duet (Roger and Harry Rutherford on drums)
This was a private gig at a large software conference - the line-up included Roger Taylor, Roger Daltrey, Jeff Scott Soto and Patti Russo.01. Heroes (Roger on vocals)
London 2012 Olympic Games Closing Ceremony featured not only Freddie's famous vocal improvisation from Wembley 1986 but also a live performace by Brian and Roger.01. We Will Rock You (Brian on guitar, Roger on drums and timpani, Jessie J on vocals)
Plenty of celebrities in the audience - Robert de Niro, Nick Mason, Samantha Fox, Andrew Lloyd Webber, DJ Chris Tarrant, original cast of We Will Rock You and others. Brian played in BoRhap as always (during the final 'any way the wind blows' line a virtual Freddie was supposed to appear but in fact nobody saw anything. Roger played only in the last minute of Show Must Go On because according to his tweet, 'Spinal Tap moment for me drums failed to appear due to lift failure'.01. Bohemian Rhapsody (Brian on guitar)
Another performance at the American Idol, this time with the Queen Extravaganza band. This is a new reworked version of Somebody To Love and it does sound great!01. Somebody To Love (Brian on guitar, Roger on drums)
Unless the broadcast was cut, the finalists seemed to perform just a five-minute medley of those four tracks.01. Fat Bottomed Girls (Brian on guitar, Roger on drums, Top 6 American Idol finalists on vocals)
Waste were the 'Apres Ski Band' in hotel Farinet and Roger joined them for a cover of The Black Keys' song. Also Sir Richard Branson and Sir Bob Geldof were in the audience.01. Lonely Boy (Roger on drums)
BBC World Service celebrated 80 years of international radio broadcasting. Roger sang a special (and quite appalling!) version of Radio Ga Ga - with guest editor William Orbit on electric guitar, Malian duo Amadou and Mariam on vocals, Anoushka Shankar on sitar, Pirashanna Thevarajah on percussion, Rosey Chan and Spike Edney on keyboards and Gus Isidore and Neil Fairclough on guitar and vocals.01. Radio Ga Ga (Roger on vocals)
Brian and Roger accepted the Global Icon Award at the MTV EMAs. The band then closed the show performing a Queen medley with Adam Lambert on vocals.01. The Show Must Go On (Adam Lambert on vocals, Brian on guitar, Roger on drums)
A private event (Spike's 60th birthday and Kyle's 50th birthday) featuring Spike Edney, Jamie Moses or Neil Murray. Roger actually sang more songs but these three are the only ones known (thanks to Neil Murray). It was basically an impromptu performance.01. Rip It Up (Roger on vocals)
Bob Geldof's 50th birthday bash was held in his home and guests included: Bono, Roger Taylor, Anna Friel, Bill Wyman, Jerry Hall. Apparently an impromptu concert of a supergroup followed: Roger Taylor on drums, Bill Wyman on bass, Gary Kemp on guitar and Bono and Bob Geldof on vocals.Setlist not available
This concert was part of a FM birthday bash held to raise funds for The Mercury Phoenix Trust. As this was unfortunately an event for the "C-lebrities", we don't know much about the performance and there are no audio or video recordings either which is a shame because the setlist was highly interesting! Please note Brian and Roger may not have played in ALL those tracks - this was just my assumption. All I know is that Brian and Roger played in *most* tracks, Spike was on keyboards and Neil Fairclough on bass...01. These Are The Days Of Our Lives (Brian on guitar and vocals, Roger on vocals)
Band Du Lac featured: Eric Clapton (guitar, vocals), Lulu (vocals), Gary Brooker (keyboards, vocals), Georgie Fame (keyboards, vocals), Andy Fairweather Low (guitar, vocals), Paul Carrack (keyboards, vocals), Dave Bronze (bass), Paul Bevis (drums), Tracy Linscott (percussion), Nick Pentalow (horn section), Frank Mead (horn section), Matt Wynch (horn section), Tracy Graham (backing vocals), Anna McDonald (backing vocals), Roger Taylor (drums). Roger's band consisted of Rufus Taylor (drums), Spike Edney (keyboards), Steve Stroud (bass) and Jason Falloon (guitar).01. Radio Ga Ga (Roger on vocals)
Both Brian and Roger were supposed to play in Bohemian Rhapsody. Sadly Brian has sustained a hand injury which prevented him from playing on this occasion. In his own words: 'I'm very sorry I couldn't play tonight, but I was in a fight with a tin can and I lost. Copenhagen, I owe you one!'01. Bohemian Rhapsody (Roger on drums)