On 10th anniversary of Freddie's death the fan club held a special party in the Ocean Club in London with SAS Band as the main act. They were joined by Bruce Dickinson for I Want To Break Free and above all by Brian May and Roger Taylor for six songs.
02. Since You've Been Gone (Brian on guitar and vocals, Roger on drums)
03. Under Pressure (Roger and Treana Morris on vocals, Brian on guitar)
04. Strange Frontier (Roger on vocals, Brian on guitar)
05. Tie Your Mother Down (Brian on guitar and vocals, Roger on drums)
06. No-One But You (Roger on vocals, Brian on guitar and vocals)
Bob Geldof's 50th birthday bash was held in his home and guests included: Mick Jagger, Bill Wyman, Sting, Jools Holland, Brian May, Alan Yentob, John Hurt, Anita Dobson, Jerry Hall, Bono, Van Morrison, Dave Stewart, Jeremy Irons, David Frost, Anjelica Huston, David Bailey, Marie Helvin, Katherine Hamnett, Tom Stoppard and also a bunch of fit models hired to mingle with the guests. There was a band of celebrity musicians jamming on a small stage in a marquee - Roger Taylor on drums, Brian May on guitar, Jools Holland on piano, Bill Wyman on bass and Spandau Ballet's Gary Kemp and Bob Geldof on guitar. The setlist is unknown although one of the tracks was Miss You with Mick Jagger on vocals.
02. I Want To Break Free
03. A Kind Of Magic
05. Show Must Go On (with Chris Thompson)
06. We Will Rock You (with Tony Hadley, Leo Sayer, Mark Shaw)
07. With A Little Help From My Friends (with Fish)
08. You're The Voice (all)
09. All The Way (all)
07.07.2001 Wintershall Estate, Bramley, Surrey, UK (Picnic & charity concert with Gary Brooker's all-star band 'Band Du Lac' featuring Eric Clapton, Bob Geldof and others)
I don't know what tracks Roger played but the only review I've found says "a medley of Queen hits" so I assume it was something like I Want To Break Free, A Kind Of Magic and Radio Ga Ga.
02. Tie Your Mother Down (Dave Grohl on guitar & vocals, Brian on guitar, Roger & Taylor Hawkins on drums)