02. Song For Love (Brian on guitar)
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.
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)
02. Crazy Little Thing Called Love
03. Stone Cold Crazy
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.
02. Tie Your Mother Down
03. Killer Queen
05. Under Pressure
02. Stone Cold Crazy
02. Under Pressure
03. We Will Rock You
04. Tie Your Mother Down
05. Somebody To Love
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!
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.
08.02.1991 Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA, USA (Children Of The Night - KNAC 5th anniversary concert)
This is quite a mystery. There was an all-star jam with James Hetfield (Metallica), George Lynch (Dokken), Taime Down (Faster Pussycat), Bruce Kulick (Kiss), Bob Kulick (Meat Loaf), Phil Soussan (Ozzy Osbourne) and Steven Adler (Guns'n'Roses). And some sources mention Brian May as well BUT the official publication does not. So it's quite possible that Brian was not there - although it was just a few days after the Innuendu launch party in the very same city.