Brian May and Kerry Ellis Concertography

 

This page is an overview of all concerts performed by Brian May and Kerry Ellis, from 2008 onwards. It includes details of any concerts, shows, or TV appearances, which featured Brian on at least a single track.

Brian's solo appearances are included on their own page here, alongside appearances with Kerry as part of the 'We Will Rock You' musical cast.

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2008 Royal Variety Performance (1)
2009 'Kerry Ellis Sings The Great British Songbook' Shows (4)
2009 Pinktober - Women Of Rock Concert (1)
2010 Night Of 1000 Voices Concert (1)
2010/11 'Anthems' Promo Appearances (8)
2011 'Anthems' Tour (16)
2011 Born Free Foundation Gala Dinner (1)
2011 Goodwood Festival Of Speed (1)
2011 Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert (1)
2012 San Remo Festival (1)
2012 WhatsOnStage Awards (1)
2012 Born Free Foundation Charity Performance (1)
2012 Friday Night Is Music Night (1)
2012 All Cannings Concert (1)
2012 Wildlife Rocks Concert (1)
2012 'Freddie For A Day' Concert (1)
2012 Sunflower Superjam (1)
2012 Hippdrome Casino Concert (1)
2012 'Born Free' Tour (11)
2012 Make-A-Wish Foundation Winter Ball (1)
2013 Promo Appearances (4)
2013 'Tiger Tracks' Concert (1)
2013 London Palladium Concert (1)
2013 'Born Free' Tour (19)
2013 Hope For Apes Charity Concert (1)
2013 Don Black Tribute Concert (1)
2014 'Acoustic By Candlelight' UK/European Tour (10)
2014 City Rocks Concert (1)
2014 Wildlife Rocks Concert (1)
2015 Verona Concert (1)
2015 Land Rover Private Party (1)
2015 Miscellaneous Appearances (4)
2016 'One Voice' Pheasantry Concert (1)
2016 'An Evening With Russ Ballard' Concert (1)
2016 'One Voice' European Tour (16)
2016 'Amazing Grace' Campaign Launch (1)

14/15 May 2002 - WWRY London Aftershow Party, Astoria Theatre, London, England (Queen, with Kerry as a guest)


2008 Royal Variety Performance


Defying Gravity

This show featured Brian, Kerry on vocals, Roger's son Rufus on drums, Neil Murray on bass, Jeff Leach on keyboards, and Steve Sidwell, presumably leading the orchestra. The performance was broadcast on BBC1 on 17 December.
1. 11 December 2008 - Royal Variety Performance, London Palladium, London, England

2009 'Kerry Ellis Sings The Great British Songbook' Shows


Who Wants To Live Forever, Crazy Little Thing Called Love

Kerry performed four shows, and Brian joined her for the encore at all of them.
1. 20 June 2009 - Shaw Theatre, London, England
2. 21 June 2009 - Shaw Theatre, London, England
3. 25 June 2009 - Shaw Theatre, London, England
4. 26 June 2009 - Shaw Theatre, London, England

2009 Pinktober - Women Of Rock Concert


I'm A Woman, Tie Your Mother Down

This was a charity show to raise money for breast cancer charities, and Brian performed these tracks with the group 'Woman', which comprised Kerry, Mazz Murray, Gina Murray and Ajay Casey. He was the only male performer at the show.
1. 1 November 2009 - Royal Albert Hall, London, England

2010 Night Of 1000 Voices Concert


Who Wants To Live Forever (with Kerry and Adam Pascal), We Are The Champions (with Ricardo Alfonso)
1. 2 May 2010 - Night Of 1000 Voices, Royal Albert Hall, London, England

2010/11 'Anthems' Promo Appearances


Weekend Wogan: Save Me, I'm Not That Girl, I Loved A Butterfly
Shows 2-4 and 6: Anthem
Proms In The Park: Dangerland, I'm Not That Girl, Anthem, We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions
Fern and The Hour: I Loved A Butterfly

These were a series of appearances to promote the debut album 'Anthems', and were broadcast on BBC Radio 2 (show 1), BBC One (show 2, 5 and 6), ITV1 (shows 3 and 4), Channel 4 (show 7) and Scottish TV (show 8; I'm unsure which channel). The 'Proms In The Park' show featured Rufus Taylor on drums.
1. 15 August 2010 - 'Weekend Wogan' Radio Show, BBC Studios, London, England
2. 21 August 2010 - 'Tonight's The Night' TV show, BBC Studios, London, England
3. 2 September 2010 - 'The Michael Ball Show' TV show, ITV Studios, London, England
       Kerry also performed 'Wind Beneath My Wings', without Brian
4. 7 September 2010 - 'This Morning' TV show, ITV Studios, London, England
5. 11 September 2010 - Proms In The Park, Hyde Park, London, England
6. 13 November 2010 - Festival Of Remembrance, Royal Albert Hall, London, England
7. 18 April 2011 - 'Fern' TV Show, Channel 4 TV Studios, London, England
8. 12 May 2011 - 'The Hour' TV Show, Scottish TV Studios, Glasgow, Scotland

2011 'Anthems' Tour


Overture, Dangerland, I'm Not That Girl, I Can’t Be Your Friend, Diamonds Are Forever, Somebody To Love, Last Horizon, Love Of My Life (Brian vocals), I Loved A Butterfly, Save Me, No-One But You, You Have To Be There, Love It When You Call, Defying Gravity, We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions, Anthem, Tie Your Mother Down

The two shows at the Royal Albert Hall benefitted the Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research charity, featured a full orchestra, and one (or possibly both) shows featured Dan Gillespie Sells, from The Feeling, on 'Love It When You Call'. For both shows, 'Defying Gravity' moved to the end of the setlist, and 'Tie Your Mother Down' was not performed, while for the Liverpool show alone, 'Defying Gravity' was performed before 'Tie Your Mother Down'. 'Crazy Little Thing Called Love' was added before 'Last Horizon' at the 12 May show onwards, while the Sheffield and Gateshead shows dropped 'You Have To Be There'. The shows from 16-21 May featured 'Gimme Some Lovin' with Ty Taylor on vocals, between 'Anthem' and 'Tie Your Mother Down', while the 11 June show featured Kerry on vocals. The show on 6 May featured the band and audience singing 'Happy Birthday' to Kerry, before 'Anthem', while the 16 July show dropped 'Diamonds Are Forever', 'No-One But You' and 'Tie Your Mother Down', instead closing with 'Land Of Hope And Glory'.

The band featured Kerry, Brian, Rufus Taylor (drums), Jamie Humphries (guitar), Neil Fairclough (bass), Stuart Morley and Jeff Leach (keyboards), Kirstie Roberts and Niamh McNally (backing vocals).
1. 1 May 2011 - Royal Albert Hall, London, England (afternoon show)
2. 1 May 2011 - Royal Albert Hall, London, England (evening show)
3. 3 May 2011 - Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, England
4. 5 May 2011 - The Sage Theatre, Gateshead, England
5. 6 May 2011 - Sheffield City Hall, Sheffield, England
6. 8 May 2011 - Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham, England
7. 9 May 2011 - Symphony Hall, Birmingham, England
8. 11 May 2011 - Festival Theatre, Edinburgh, Scotland
9. 12 May 2011 - Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow, Scotland
--. 12 May 2011 - 'The Hour' TV Show, Glasgow, Scotland
10. 14 May 2011 - St David's Hall, Cardiff, Wales
11. 16 May 2011 - Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, England
12. 18 May 2011 - Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes, England
13. 19 May 2011 - Cliffs Pavilion, Southend, England
14. 21 May 2011 - Forum, Bath, England
15. 11 June 2011 - Hampton Court Palace, Hampton, England
16. 16 July 2011 - 'Anthems In The Park' concert, RAF Cranwell, Sleaford, England

2011 Born Free Foundation Gala Dinner


Born Free, Happy Birthday

Brian and Kerry performed a couple of tracks at this event to celebrate conservationist Virginia McKenna's birthday. Both tracks were probably acoustic.
1. 17 June 2011 - Savoy Hotel, London, England

2011 Goodwood Festival Of Speed


Introduction (probably a guitar solo), Driven By You (one verse and chorus), One Vision (opening chords only), Don't Stop Me Now (entire song, Kerry on vocals), The Chain (part)

Brian and Kerry appeared at this festival in the afternoon, performing on the back of separate pickup trucks. Brian performed part of 'The Chain', by Fleetwood Mac and used for F1 coverage for many years, as his truck drove off.
1. 3 July 2011 - Goodwood Festival Of Speed, Goodwood, England

16 July 2011 - 'Anthems In The Park' concert, RAF Cranwell, Sleaford, England
5 September 2011 - Freddie Mercury 65th Birthday Party, Savoy Hotel, London, England (Queen, with Kerry as a guest)


2011 Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert


No-One But You (Brian and Kerry vocals), Somebody To Love (Kerry vocals), Tie Your Mother Down (Brian probably on vocals)

Brian performed with Kerry at the start of this SAS Band concert, before performing with The Darkness later the same night.
1. 25 November 2011 - Clapham Grand, London, England

2012 San Remo Festival


I (Who Have Nothing) (with Kerry and Irene Fornaciari), We Will Rock You (verse and chorus, with Kerry)

Brian performed with Kerry and was joined by Irene Fornaciari, daughter of Zucchero.
1. 16 February 2012 - San Remo Festival, Teatro Ariston, San Remo, Italy

2012 WhatsOnStage Awards


Defying Gravity

Brian performed with Kerry to mark her winning the 'Jo Hutchinson International Best Solo Performance' award for the 'Anthems' concert at the Royal Albert Hall.
1. 19 February 2012 - Prince Of Wales Theatre, London, England

2012 Born Free Foundation Charity Performance


I Loved A Butterfly, Born Free, Crazy Little Thing Called Love

All three tracks were acoustic performances only.
1. 27 March 2012 - The Grand Cafe, Ganger Bay, Cape Town, South Africa

2012 Friday Night Is Music Night


Love Of My Life, Born Free, Save Me

This was a two hour show, which mainly featured songs from musicals. Kerry performed a total of 16 tracks, three of them with Brian on acoustic guitar, as well as 'You Have To Be There', 'Defying Gravity' and 'No-One But You' without him. The show also featured Jonathan Ansell (from G4) and Ramin Karimloo (from Phantom Of The Opera) who performed two tracks each, and the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Steve Sidwell. The entire show was broadcast live on BBC Radio 2.
1. 20 April 2012 - Watford Colosseum, Watford, England

2012 All Cannings Concert


I Loved A Butterfly, The Way We Were, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Defying Gravity, We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions, With A Little Help From My Friends

This appearance was at a concert to raise money for local cancer charities, and was partly organised by Brian. He played acoustic guitar on the first two tracks, and electric guitar on the rest; the last three tracks were part of the all-star finale.
1. 26 May 2012 - Kings Arms, All Cannings, England

2012 Wildlife Rocks Concert


Born Free, I Loved A Butterfly, I (Who Have Nothing), Life Is Real, Puttin' On The Style, Crazy Little Thing Called Love

This show was part of a day celebrating and raising awareness of wildlife. All six tracks were acoustic, featuring just Brian and Kerry, apart from 'Puttin On The Style', for which they were also joined by Joe Brown, sharing vocals between them.
1. 1 September 2012 - Wildlife Rocks, Guildford Cathedral, Guildford, England

2012 'Freddie For A Day' Concert


Born Free, Life Is Real, Since You've Been Gone

This short performance was part of Freddie For A Day, held at the Savoy Hotel. All three tracks were acoustic performances only.
1. 4 September 2012 - 'Freddie For A Day' Concert, Savoy Hotel, London, England

2012 Sunflower Superjam


Born Free, I Loved A Butterfly, Black Night (Bruce Dickinson vocals), Since You've Been Gone (Brian and Kerry joint vocals), School's Out (Alice Cooper vocals), Smoke On The Water (all-star finale, with Bruce Dickinson on vocals)

This was a charity show featuring numerous musicians, including Alice Cooper, Bruce Dickinson, Alfie Boe, and others. The first two tracks were fully acoustic, performed by Brian and Kerry alone, while the other four featured Ian Paice on drums, Brian Auger and Wix Wickens on keyboards, and John Paul Jones on bass for the first three and cowbell on the last. The whole show has been released on DVD.
1. 16 September 2012 - The Sunflower Superjam, Royal Albert Hall, London, England

2012 Hippodrome Casino Concert


Born Free, I (Who Have Nothing), Crazy Little Thing Called Love

Kerry performed a series of shows to mark the re-opening of this casino, with Brian joining her at this show. All three tracks were acoustic.
1. 6 October 2012 - Hippodrome Casino, London, England

2012 'Born Free' Tour


Born Free, I Loved A Butterfly, I (Who Have Nothing), Dust In The Wind, The Kissing Me Song, Somebody To Love, Nothing Really Has Changed, Life Is Real, The Way We Were, '39, Something, Love Of My Life, I'm Not That Girl (without Brian), No-One But You, Last Horizon, Tie Your Mother Down, I Can't Be Your Friend, We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions
Encore: Born Free, Crazy Little Thing Called Love


This was a short tour, featuring just Kerry, Brian, and either Jeff Leach or Stuart Morley on keyboards. Brian mainly played acoustic guitar and sang backing vocals, but sang lead vocals or played electric guitar on some tracks. The shows were stripped-down and candlelit, and included many cover versions, with some shows adding 'Since You've Been Gone', 'Cosi Celeste', 'Knockin' On Heaven's Door', 'In The Bleak Midwinter' (Brian on electric guitar), and 'Good Company' (Brian solo on vocals and ukulele).

Selected tracks from various concerts were later included on the 'Acoustic By Candlelight' album in 2013.
1. 5 November 2012 - The Apex, Bury St Edmunds, England
  'I Who Have Nothing', 'I'm Not That Girl' and 'No-One But You' were released on the 'Acoustic By Candlelight' album.
2. 6 November 2012 - The Assembly Halls, Leamington Spa, England
  'Love Of My Life' and 'Crazy Little Thing Called Love' were released on the 'Acoustic By Candlelight' album.
3. 7 November 2012 - Corby Cube, Corby, England
  'Dust In The Wind', 'Life Is Real', 'The Way We Were' and 'I Can't Be Your Friend' were released on the 'Acoustic By Candlelight' album.
4. 9 November 2012 - Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells, England
5. 10 November 2012 - St. Georges Church, Brighton, England
6. 11 November 2012 - Union Chapel, London, England
  'I Loved A Butterfly' and 'Something' were released on the 'Acoustic By Candlelight' album.
7. 12 November 2012 - Alban Arena, St. Albans, England
  'The Kissing Me Song', 'Nothing Really Has Changed' and 'In The Bleak Midwinter' were released on the 'Acoustic By Candlelight' album.
8. 15 November 2012 - The Hawth Theatre, Crawley, England
9. 16 November 2012 - New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth, England
10. 17 November 2012 - City Hall, Salisbury, England
  'Born Free' was released on the 'Acoustic By Candlelight' album.
11. 19 November 2012 - Swan Theatre, High Wycombe, England

2012 Make-A-Wish Foundation Winter Ball


Born Free, I (Who Have Nothing), Life Is Real, The Kissing Me Song, Crazy Little Thing Called Love

All five tracks were acoustic performances only.
1. 24 November 2012 - Make-A-Wish Foundation Winter Ball, Dorchester Hotel, London, England

2013 Promo Appearances


The Alan Titchmarsh Show: The Kissing Me Song
The Late Late Show: Life Is Real
This Morning: Born Free
Sister Bay Records: Crazy Little Thing Called Love, The Kissing Me Song

The first three appearances were to promote the 'Born Free' tour in 2013, with the first recorded on 18 February and broadcast on 25 March on ITV1. The second and third shows were broadcast live, on RTE One and ITV1 respectively. The fourth appearance was at an independant record store in Soho, London, as part of Record Store Day.
1. 18 February 2013 - 'The Alan Titchmarsh Show', ITV Studios, London, England
2. 8 March 2013 - 'The Late Late Show', RTE TV Studios, Dublin, Ireland
3. 13 March 2013 - 'This Morning' TV show, ITV Studios, London, England
4. 19 April 2013 - Sister Bay Records, Soho, London, England

2013 'Tiger Tracks' Concert


Born Free, Dust In The Wind, The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill, The Kissing Me Song, Knockin' On Heaven's Door, Crazy Little Thing Called Love

This event was the first in a series of activities to raise awareness of the plight of tigers in the wild. Brian and Kerry performed a free concert at 6:00pm at St Pancras Railway Station, with Stuart Morley on keyboards.
1. 1 March 2013 - St Pancras Railway Station, London, England

2013 London Palladium Concert


I Who Have Nothing, The Way We Were, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, No-One But You, The Kissing Me Song

Brian joined Kerry at her concert at the London Palladium, performing three tracks, then joining her for the encore alongside a choir.
1. 12 May 2013 - London Palladium, London, England

2013 'Born Free' Tour


Introduction: Badger Swagger (video), Badger Badger Badger (video), Badger Boys (Vote for Brian May) (video), a classical track

I Who Have Nothing, I Loved A Butterfly, Dust In The Wind, Born Free, Somebody To Love, Tell Me What You See, Nothing Really Has Changed, Life Is Real, The Way We Were, '39, Something, I'm Not That Girl (without Brian), If I Loved You, Last Horizon, Knockin' On Heaven's Door, Tie Your Mother Down, We Will Rock You, The Kissing Me Song, No-One But You, Crazy Little Thing Called Love


This was a continuation of the 2012 tour, again featuring just Kerry, Brian and Jeff Leach on keyboards. Again, Brian mainly played acoustic guitar and sang backing vocals, but he sang lead vocals and played electric guitar on some tracks. The first five shows added 'The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill' (in place of 'Knockin' On Heaven's Door') and 'I Can't Be Your Friend'. Other tracks performed included 'We Are The Champions' (with a choir, in Liverpool and Manchester only), 'Love Of My Life', 'Can't Help Falling In Love' and part of 'Fog On The Tyne' (in Gateshead only). The 14th July show in Pescara featured Irene Fornaciari (Zucchero's daughter) on 'I Who Have Nothing' (much later in the show), 'Cosi Celeste' and 'Crazy Little Thing Called Love'.

The last two shows were not part of the tour itself, but part of festivals. However due to the proximity to the other shows, and the similar setlist, they can be considered a continuation of the tour.
1. 17 June 2013 - St John's Evangelist Church, Oxford, England
2. 18 June 2013 - Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth, England
3. 19 June 2013 - The Anvil, Basingstoke, England
4. 21 June 2013 - The Royal And Derngate, Northampton, England
5. 23 June 2013 - Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, England
6. 24 June 2013 - Town Hall, Birmingham, England
7. 25 June 2013 - The Lowry, Manchester, England
8. 26 June 2013 - The Sage Gateshead, Gateshead, England
9. 28 June 2013 - Malvern Theatre, Malvern, England
10. 29 June 2013 - Venue Cymru, Llandudno, Wales
11. 30 June 2013 - Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Ireland
12. 8 July 2013 - La Cigale, Paris, France
13. 13 July 2013 - Piazza Matteotti, Sogliano al Rubicone, Italy
14. 14 July 2013 - Teatro d’Annunzio, Pescara, Italy
15. 15 July 2013 - Wörtherseebühne, Klagenfurt, Austria
16. 16 July 2013 - Diga Nazario Sauro, Grado, Italy
17. 17 July 2013 - Auditorium di Milano, Milan, Italy
18. 19 July 2013 - Montreux Jazz Festival, Stravinski Auditorium, Montreux, Switzerland
  'Nothing Really Has Changed' was released as a download in 2013, with the video free on Youtube, while the whole concert was released as 'The Candlelight Concerts - Live At Montreux 2013' on DVD and Blu-ray in 2014.
19. 21 July 2013 - Guitare en Scene Festival, Stade des Burgondes, Saint-Julien-en-Genevois, France

2013 Hope For Apes Charity Concert


I Who Have Nothing, Born Free, Dust In The Wind, Is This The World We Created, Nothing Really Has Changed, Crazy Little Thing Called Love

Brian and Kerry performed at this charity event, with Stuart Morley playing keyboards on 'Born Free'.
1. 27 September 2013 - Hope For Apes Charity Concert, Savoy Hotel, London, England

2013 Don Black Tribute Concert


Born Free

This concert featured a new orchestral version of 'Born Free', featuring the BBC Concert Orchestra, arranged by Steve Sidwell and conducted by Mike Dixon. The track featured Brian on electric guitar, and was broadcast on 3 January 2014 as part of the TV programme 'Diamonds Are Forever: The Don Black Songbook' on BBC4.
1. 3 October 2013 - Don Black Tribute Concert, Royal Festival Hall, London, England

2014 'Acoustic By Candlelight' UK/European Tour


Introduction: Badger Swagger (video), Badger Badger Badger (video)

I Who Have Nothing, I Loved A Butterfly, Dust In The Wind, Born Free, Somebody To Love, Tell Me What You See, Nothing Really Has Changed, The Way We Were, Something, So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad), '39, The Kissing Me Song, I'm Not That Girl (without Brian probably), If I Loved You, Last Horizon, Love Of My Life, Tie Your Mother Down, No-One But You, We Will Rock You, Crazy Little Thing Called Love


This was similar to the 2012 and 2013 tours, again featuring just Kerry, Brian and Jeff Leach on keyboards. Again, Brian mainly played acoustic guitar and sang backing vocals, but he sang lead vocals and played electric guitar on some tracks. 'Is This The World We Created?' was added before 'Tie Your Mother Down' at a few shows, while 'I Can't Be Your Friend' was performed twice, and 'Life Is Real', 'Scarborough Fair', and 'Also Sprach Zarathustra' (2001: A Space Odyssey Theme Tune) were all performed once. The show in Buxton featured a choir on 'We Will Rock You', who also sang on 'We Are The Champions', which followed it.
1. 18 February 2014 - Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage, England
2. 19 February 2014 - Opera House, Buxton, England
3. 21 February 2014 - Scarborough Spa, Scarborough, England
4. 22 February 2014 - Grantham Meres Leisure Centre, Grantham, England
5. 23 February 2014 - Theatre Royal, Bath, England
6. 25 February 2014 - Congress Theatre, Eastbourne, England
7. 26 February 2014 - Cliffs Pavilion, Southend, England
8. 16 March 2014 - Crocus City Hall, Moscow, Russia
9. 18 March 2014 - The Arena Riga, Riga, Latvia
10. 21 March 2014 - The Great Hall, Palace Of The Republic, Minsk, Belarus
11. 5 April 2014 - St George's Square, Valletta, Malta

2014 City Rocks Concert


I Who Have Nothing, Dust In The Wind, Born Free, Tie Your Mother Down

This performance was part of a charity event for the children's charity Coram. They were joined by The Feeling for the fast part of 'Tie Your Mother Down', with Kerry and Dan Gillespie on vocals.
1. 1 April 2014 - City Rocks Charity Concert, Royal Albert Hall, London, England

2014 Wildlife Rocks Concert


Wild Thing (Brian and The Troggs, without Kerry), Tie Your Mother Down (with The Troggs), Born Free, I Loved A Butterfly, Dust In The Wind, Nothing Really Has Changed, Somebody To Love, Crazy Little Thing Called Love

This show was part of a day celebrating and raising awareness of wildlife. 'Wild Thing' was performed by Brian and The Troggs, with Brian on some lead vocals, before being joined by Kerry for 'Tie Your Mother Down'. These first two tracks were fully electric, and performed outside, while the remaining six tracks were acoustic, and performed later in the day inside the cathedral.
1. 5 May 2014 - Wildlife Rocks, Guildford Cathedral, Guildford, England

2015 Verona Concert


Who Wants To Live Forever (Kerry and Vittorio Grigolo vocals), No-One But You (Brian and Kerry vocals), Somebody To Love (Brian and Kerry vocals), We Will Rock You (Kerry vocals), Bohemian Rhapsody (Vittorio Grigolo vocals, with Kerry for the finale)

This show featured Jeff Leach on keyboards, tenor Vittorio Grigolo on vocals on two tracks, an orchestra on three tracks, and a gospel choir on 'Bohemian Rhapsody'. There is an interview after 'We Will Rock You', via an interpreter. The show was recorded for television and was broadcast in it's entirety in Italy on 3rd June, and is also available on Brian's Official Youtube channel.
1. 1 June 2015 - Arena di Verona, Verona, Italy

2015 Land Rover Private Party


I (Who Have Nothing), I Loved A Butterfly, Dust In The Wind, Born Free, Somebody To Love, The Way We Were, Nothing Really Has Changed, '39, Is This The World We Created?, One Voice, The Kissing Me Song, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, We Will Rock You

This was a surprise 40 minute performance at a private party for Land Rover, a global supporter of the Born Free Foundation.
1. 10 July 2015 - Rosewood Hotel, London, England

2015 Miscellaneous Appearances


Weekend Wogan: I (Who Have Nothing), One Voice
Rome and The Pheasantry: I (Who Have Nothing), Born Free, Crazy Little Thing Called Love
David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation: I (Who Have Nothing), I Loved A Butterfly, Born Free, Crazy Little Thing Called Love

The first performance was for the 'Weekend Wogan' radio show, and was broadcast on BBC Radio 2 the next day. The show in Rome was performed for Italian TV, to promote the forthcoming 2016 'One Voice' tour. The third apparance was at a solo show of Kerry Ellis, with Brian making a surprise appearance for the encore. The final show was at a fundraiser event for the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation, and featured the premiere of the new Cecil's Law video of 'Born Free'.
1. 2 August 2015 - 'Weekend Wogan' Radio Show, BBC Radio Theatre, London, England
2. 1 September 2015 - 'Parallelo Italia' TV Show, House Of Architecture, Rome, Italy
3. 5 September 2015 - The Pheasantry Club, London, England
4. 9 October 2015 - David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation, Dorchester Hotel, London, England


2016 'One Voice' Pheasantry Concert


I (Who Have Nothing), I Loved A Butterfuly, Dust In The Wind, Born Free, Somebody To Love, Something, Losing My Mind, The Way We Were, One Voice, Roll With You, '39, Starman, Take It Easy, Life Is Real, So Sad, If I Loved You, Tell Me What You See, Nothing Really Has Changed, Is This The World We Created, The Kissing Me Song, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, We Will Rock You

This show featured cover versions of 'Starman' and Take It Easy' as tributes to David Bowie and Glenn Frey, who died earlier in the month. The show was presumably partly a warm-up for the European 'One Voice' tour which started in February.
1. 19 January 2016 - The Pheasantry Club, London, England

2016 'An Evening With Russ Ballard' Concert


Since You've Been Gone, God Gave Rock 'n' Roll To You, We Will Rock You, Hold Your Head Up

This appearance was at a show featuring Russ Ballard and special guests, with Rick Wakeman on the first and last tracks, and possibly the others. The show was billed as both "An Evening With Russ Ballard" and "An Audience With Russ Ballard" according to different sources.
1. 20 January 2016 - An Evening With Russ Ballard, Leicester Square Theatre, London, England

2016 'One Voice' European Tour


Badger, Badger, Badger (video), I (Who Have Nothing), I Loved A Butterfly, Dust In The Wind, Born Free, Somebody To Love, Tell Me What You See, Nothing Really Has Changed, The Way We Were, Something, One Voice, Bye Bye Love, Life Is Real, I'm Not That Girl, Last Horizon, Love Of My Life, '39, Roll With You, We Will Rock You, No-One But You, Crazy Little Thing Called Love

As with the previous tours, this was a candlelit show, featuring just Kerry, Brian and Jeff Leach on keyboards. The above setlist was typical, but there were a number of changes throughout the tour. 'Nothing Really Has Changed' was performed upto and including Krakow (2 March), 'Can't Help Falling In Love' was added to the setlist (after 'Somebody To Love') from 3-11 March, while 'Who Wants To Live Forever' was added (after 'Love Of My Life') from Zlin (5 March) onwards. Other songs occasionally performed included 'Is This The World We Created?' (first four shows and Krakow, 2 March), 'The Kissing Me Song' (first four shows and Prague, 8 March), 'If I Loved You' (Mantova and Rome, 27 and 28 February), 'Starman' (Ancona, 21 February), and 'Tavaszi Szel Vizet Araszt' (the two Budapest shows, 11 and 12 March). Brian performed part of 'Amazing Grace' as part of his guitar in Brno, and possibly at other shows.
1. 21 February 2016 - Teatro Le Muse, Ancona, Italy
2. 22 February 2016 - Gran Teatro Geox, Padova, Italy
3. 24 February 2016 - Obihall, Firenze, Italy
4. 25 February 2016 - Arcimboldi, Milan, Italy
5. 27 February 2016 - Palabam, Mantova, Italy
6. 28 February 2016 - Auditorium Parco della Musica, Rome, Italy
7. 2 March 2016 - ICE Congress Centre, Krakow, Poland
8. 3 March 2016 - Gong, Ostrava, Czech Republic
9. 5 March 2016 - Congress Centre, Zlin, Czech Republic
10. 6 March 2016 - Boby Centre, Brno, Czech Republic
11. 8 March 2016 - Congress Centre, Prague, Czech Republic
12. 9 March 2016 - Incheba Hall, Bratislava, Slovakia
13. 11 March 2016 - Congress Centre, Budapest, Hungary
14. 12 March 2016 - Congress Centre, Budapest, Hungary
15. 14 March 2016 - Sala Palatului, Bucharest, Romania
16. 16 March 2016 - National Palace Of Culture, Sofia, Bulgaria

2016 'Amazing Grace' Campaign Launch


Amazing Grace

This was a private performance at the House Of Commons, to launch the 'Amazing Grace' campaign to save hedgehogs in the UK. The concert was at 10am and attended by a number of MP's and their staff, as well as Grace, the hedgehog who inspired the campaign.
1. 26 April 2016 - The Atlee Room, Portcullis House, House Of Commons, London, England

2016 'Candlelit Christmas' UK Tour

7 December 2016 - Dorking Halls, Dorking, England
8 December 2016 - Assembly Hall, Wothing, England
11 December 2016 - Opera House, Buxton, England
12 December 2016 - Grand Theatre, Leeds, England
14 December 2016 - Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, England
15 December 2016 - Guildhall, Preston, England
17 December 2016 - Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry, England
19 December 2016 - Town Hall, Cheltenham, England
20 December 2016 - Colston Hall, Bristol, England
22 December 2016 - Congress Theatre, Eastbourne, England
23 December 2016 - G Live, Guilford, England