Roger Taylor Concertography

 

This page is an overview of Roger's live career from 1983 to 2016. The tracks given for each tour reflect the standard setlist, but the actual songs performed varied from night to night.

The list includes almost every show, apart from TV appearances where he only appeared to perform (or mime) a single track, and other artists' shows where he performed on a couple of the artists' own tracks (the shows are included if he performed any tracks by Queen, or his own solo tracks). For a more comprehensive list, with exact setlists and details of live recordings, please see the Queen Concerts website.

All of Roger's appearances with his other solo project The Cross are on their own page.

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1983 Unknown UK TV Show (1)
1988 'Brainstorm' TV Show (1)
1994 Mick Ronson Memorial Concert (1)
1994 Japanese Great Music Experience (3)
1994 Gosport Festival (1)
1994 Happiness? Miscellaneous Concerts (5)
1994 Happiness? UK Tour (12)
1994 Happiness? European Radio Shows (3)
1994 SAS Band Concert (1)
1995 Happiness? Italian Tour (10)
1995 'Rock Against Hate' Concert (1)
1996 Indian Awards (1)
1996 SAS Band Private Party (1)
1996 SAS Band Concert (1)
1997 Foo Fighters Concert (1)
1998 SAS Band Concert (1)
1998 Wintershall Concert (1)
1998 Cyberbarn Concert (1)
1998 'TFI Friday' TV Show (1)
1998 Shepherd's Bush Empire Concert (1)
1999 Electric Fire UK Tour (16)
1999 Cafe De Paris Concert (1)
1999 Roger Taylor Birthday Party (1)
1999 McLaren Party (1)
2000 SAS Band Concerts (3)
2001 Wintershall Concert (1)
2001 SAS Band Concert (1)
2002 Cowdray Park Concert (1)
2002 Budapest F1 Concert (1)
2003 SAS Band 'In Session' TV Show (1)
2004 Microsoft IT Forum Appearance (1)
2004 Rainbow Trust Charity Concert (1)
2005 Band Du Lac Concert (1)
2005 SAS Band Cyprus Concert (1)
2005 Foo Fighters Concert (1)
2006 UK Music Hall Of Fame Finale (1)
2006 SAS Band Concert (1)
2007 SAS Band Italian Concert (1)
2007 Live Earth Concert (1)
2008 Goodwood Festival Of Speed Gala Dinner (1)
2009 SAS Band Concert (1)
2009 SAS Band Private Party (1)
2011 WWRY Denmark Premiere (1)
2011 Band Du Lac Concert (1)
2011 Bob Geldof Birthday Party (1)
2011 Spike Edney Birthday Party (1)
2011 SAS Band Concert (1)
2012 BBC World Service 80th Anniversary (1)
2012 IFS World Conference SAS Band Performance (1)
2012 Mike Rutherford's Christmas Party (1)
2013 All Cannings Concert (1)
2015 Foo Fighters Concert (1)
2015 SAS Band Concerts (2)
2016 SAS Band Concert (1)

1983 Unknown UK TV Show


Little Sister, Treat Her Right, Sea Of Love, Pledge Pin, Other Arms, In The Mood, Big Log, Like I've Never Been Gone, Worse Than Detroit, Other Arms, In The Mood, Big Log, Fat Lip, Burning Down One Side

Roger drummed for Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant on this TV show.
1. 22 June 1983 - unknown TV show, Milton Keynes, England

1988 'Brainstorm' TV Show


Drum Solo

Roger performed a drum solo on this BBC1 quiz show, hosted by Kenny Everett, as part of a question where contestants had to predict his heartrate afterwards.
1. 16 June 1988 - Brainstorm TV Show, London, England

1994 Mick Ronson Memorial Concert


Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me) (Steve Harley vocals), A Kind Of Magic, Once Bitten Twice Shy (Ian Hunter vocals), Resurrection Mary (Ian Hunter vocals), Baba O'Riley / Summertime Blues (Roger Daltrey vocals), Michael Picasso (Ian Hunter vocals), All The Young Dudes (Ian Hunter vocals)

This concert was a tribute to Mott The Hoople and Spiders From Mars guitarist Mick Ronson. Roger performed one track, and drummed for Steve Harley, Roger Daltrey and Ian Hunter. 'A Kind Of Magic' featured Jason Falloon, Spike Edney, Joshua J Macrae and Robbie Alter (guitar), while the Ian Hunter and Roger Daltrey tracks featured Jason Falloon, Spike Edney and Peter Noone. All tracks were later released on an album of the show, and the 2001 reissue added a bonus CD-Rom containing videos of 'A Kind Of Magic' and 'All The Young Dudes'. 'Michael Picasso' was later released as a single, and also appeared on Ian Hunter's 'Once Bitten Twice Shy' compilation album.
1. 29 April 1994 - The Mick Ronson Memorial Concert, Hammersmith Odeon, London, England

1994 Japanese Great Music Experience


Fly Into Your Dream (Toshinori Kondo and Tomoyasu Hotei), Foreign Sand (with Yoshiki), Bed Of Roses (Bon Jovi), Wanted Dead Or Alive (Bon Jovi), I Shall Be Released (all-star finale)

Roger performed 'Foreign Sand' with Yoshiki, and drummed on the other artists tracks.
1. 20 May 1994 - The Great Music Experience, Todaji Temple, Nara, Japan
2. 21 May 1994 - The Great Music Experience, Todaji Temple, Nara, Japan
3. 22 May 1994 - The Great Music Experience, Todaji Temple, Nara, Japan

1994 Gosport Festival


A Kind Of Magic, Touch The Sky, Everybody Hurts Sometime, Ride The Wild Wind, Tenement Funster, The Show Must Go On, A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall, 'You Had To Be There', I Want To Break Free, Dear Mr Murdoch, Foreign Sand, Happiness, The Key, Revelations, These Are The Days Of Our Lives, We Will Rock You, Radio Ga Ga, Old Friends, Nazis 1994
1. 28 July 1994 - Gosport Festival, Walpole Park, Gosport, England
      

'Old Friends' was later released on the DVD in 'The Lot' boxed set.


1994 Happiness? Miscellaneous Concerts


A Kind Of Magic, Touch The Sky, Everybody Hurts Sometime, Ride The Wild Wind, Tenement Funster, Loneliness..., A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall, 'You Had To Be There', I Want To Break Free, Foreign Sand, Happiness, The Key, Revelations, These Are The Days Of Our Lives, We Will Rock You, Radio Ga Ga, Old Friends, Nazis 1994, The Show Must Go On, Twist & Shout

Some shows also included 'Dear Mr Murdoch' and 'Soul', a Jason Falloon track with no involvement from Roger.

1. 15 September 1994 - Shepherd's Bush Empire, London, England
      

'Everybody Hurts Sometime', 'Old Friends', 'Ride The Wild Wind' and 'I Want To Break Free' were all later released on the various 'Happiness?' singles, with the first two also included on the 'Solo Singles 1' album and 'The Lot' boxed set.

1. 26 September 1994 - Sun Plaza, Tokyo, Japan
2. 28 September 1994 - Club Citta, Kawasaki, Japan
3. 30 September 1994 - Club Quattro, Nagoya, Japan
4. 14 October 1994 - Presswerk, Cologne, Germany
5. 24 October 1994 - City Square, Milan, Italy

1994 Happiness? UK Tour


A Kind Of Magic, Touch The Sky, Everybody Hurts Sometime, Ride The Wild Wind, Tenement Funster, Man On Fire, 'You Had To Be There', I Want To Break Free, Foreign Sand, Voodoo Chile, Soul, I'm In Love With My Car, Happiness, The Key, Revelations, These Are The Days Of Our Lives, We Will Rock You, Radio Ga Ga, Nazis 1994, Old Friends, The Show Must Go On, Twist And Shout

Other tracks occasionally performed included 'A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall', 'Loneliness...' and 'Dear Mr Murdoch'. The track 'Soul' was performed by Jason Falloon, with no involvement from Roger.
1. 19 November 1994 - Shepherd's Bush Empire, London, England
2. 20 November 1994 - Junction, Cambridge, England
3. 22 November 1994 - Rock City, Nottingham, England
4. 23 November 1994 - Riverside, Newcastle, England
5. 24 November 1994 - Irish Centre , Leeds, England
6. 26 November 1994 - Royal Court, Liverpool, England
7. 27 November 1994 - The Leadmill, Sheffield, England
8. 29 November 1994 - The Garage, Glasgow, Scotland
9. 30 November 1994 - Bierkeller, Bristol, England
      

Roger performed a short set for Italian radio in Milan on 1 December, as detailed below, though it may have been pre-recorded.

10. 2 December 1994 - City Hall, Truro, England
  'Everybody Hurts Sometime', 'Man On Fire' and 'Happiness' were later released on the DVD in 'The Lot' boxed set.
11. 3 December 1994 - Manchester University, Manchester, England
12. 4 December 1994 - Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, England

1994 Happiness? European Radio Shows


Milan: A Kind Of Magic, Happiness, Radio Ga Ga, I Want To Break Free, The Show Must Go On
Paris first show: I Want To Break Free, Ride The Wild Wind, Foreign Sand, Happiness, The Key, We Will Rock You, Radio Ga Ga, These Are The Days Of Our Lives, The Show Must Go On
Paris second show: A Kind Of Magic, Touch The Sky, Everybody Hurts Sometime, Tenement Funster, Man On Fire, I'm In Love With My Car, Revelations, Nazis 1994, Old Friends, We Will Rock You, The Show Must Go On, Twist & Shout
1. 1 December 1994 - Forum Di Assago, Milan, Italy
2. 8 December 1994 - Europe 1 Studios, Paris, France (afternoon show)
3. 8 December 1994 - Europe 1 Studios, Paris, France (evening show)

1994 SAS Band Concert


Money
1. 16 December 1994 - Ritz Cinema, Gosport, England

1995 Happiness? Italian Tour


A Kind Of Magic, Touch The Sky, Everybody Hurts Sometime, Ride The Wild Wind, Tenement Funster, Man On Fire, 'You Had To Be There', I Want To Break Free, Foreign Sand, Soul, I'm In Love With My Car, Happiness, The Key, Revelations, These Are The Days Of Our Lives, We Will Rock You, Radio Ga Ga, Nazis 1994, Old Friends, The Show Must Go On, Twist And Shout

The track 'Soul' was performed by Jason Falloon, with no involvement from Roger.
1. 16 January 1995 - Monfalcone Hippodrome, Italy
2. 17 January 1995 - Palazetto, Schio, Italy
3. 18 January 1995 - Teatro Verdi, Genove, Italy
4. 20 January 1995 - Vidia, Cesena, Italy
5. 21 January 1995 - Teatro Tenda, Firenze, Italy
6. 22 January 1995 - Palladium, Rome, Italy
7. 24 January 1995 - Teatro Nazionale La Valetta, Malta
8. 25 January 1995 - Teatro Metropolitan, Palermo, Italy
9. 26 January 1995 - Teatro Metropolitan, Catania, Italy
10. 29 January 1995 - Havanna Club, Napoli, Italy

1995 'Rock Against Hate' Concert


Nazis 1994, Radio Ga Ga, Rock And Roll

Roger appeared with the SAS Band at this show.
1. 17 June 1995 - Rock Against Hate, Club Openair, Zurich, Switzerland

1996 Indian Awards


Rock And Roll (mimed)

Roger drummed on this mimed track for Led Zeppelin (Robert Plant and Jimmy Page). Presumably he also did something else, such as presenting an award, or there was a tie-in to Freddie in some way. It seems a bit strange for him to go all the way to India to mime a single track by somebody else.
1. 30 November 1996 - Indian Awards, Mumbai, India

1996 SAS Band Private Party


Unknown setlist

This was a private party for Virgin, presumably a Christmas party.

1. December 1996 - Astoria Theatre, London, England

1996 SAS Band Concert


Rock And Roll, That's The Way God Planned It (all-star finale)
1. 13 December 1996 - Chiddingfold Club, Chiddingfold, England

1997 Foo Fighters Concert


Sheer Heart Attack

Presumably Roger drummed on this track, or sang lead vocals.
1. 13 December 1997 - Shepherd's Bush Empire, London, England

1998 SAS Band Concert


Rock And Roll
1. 22 February 1998 - 'Del's Birthday Bash', Alton, Hampshire, England

1998 Wintershall Concert


A Kind Of Magic, I Want To Break Free, These Are The Days Of Our Lives, We Will Rock You, Radio Ga Ga, Crucify Me, Working Class Hero, Like A Rolling Stone

The last three tracks all featured Bob Geldof, presumably on vocals. Other acts on the bill included Mike & The Mechanics and Ringo Starr's All Star Band.
1. 5 September 1998 - Wintershall 1998, Wintershall Estate, Surrey, England

1998 Cyberbarn Concert


We Will Rock You, Pressure On, A Nation Of Haircuts, Believe in Yourself, People On Streets, No More Fun, Tonight, Surrender, These Are The Days Of Our Lives, Radio Ga Ga

This show was performed at the Cyberbarn, within the grounds of Roger's house, and broadcast live on the internet. It set a world record for the number of viewers of an online concert, with 595,000 worldwide.
1. 24 September 1998 - The Cyberbarn, Cosford Mill, Surrey, England
       The 'Surrender' CD single included 'Surrender' (both audio and edited video), 'Tonight' and 'No More Fun', with the audio tracks later released on the 'Solo Singles 2' album and 'The Lot' boxed set. Short excerpts of most tracks appeared on the 'Live At The Cyberbarn' video, while footage of 'Surrender' was used in the promo video for the track.

1998 'TFI Friday' TV Show


Radio Ga Ga, Radio Ga Ga (reprise), No More Fun

Roger appeared on this Channel 4 TV show to promote the 'Electric Fire' album. He performed two tracks (with a reprise) and was interviewed by host Chris Evans.
1. 9 October 1998 - TFI Friday, Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, London, England

1998 Shepherd's Bush Empire Concert


We Will Rock You, Pressure On, A Nation Of Haircuts, Believe In Yourself, People On Streets, No More Fun, Tonight, Surrender, She's Rich, Like A Rolling Stone (Bob Geldof vocals), London Town - C'mon Down, These Are The Days Of Our Lives, I'm In Love With My Car, Tenement Funster, Strange Frontier, A Kind Of Magic, Radio Ga Ga

'Surrender' featured Jonathan Perkins and Treanna Morris on vocals, with Roger on drums. 'She's Rich' is a track by Jonathan Perkins, which originally featured Roger on drums. Finally, 'Like A Rolling Stone' had vocals by guest Bob Geldof.
1. 14 October 1998 - Shepherd's Bush Empire, London, England

1999 Electric Fire UK Tour


We Will Rock You, Pressure On, A Nation Of Haircuts, Believe In Yourself, I Want To Break Free, No More Fun, Tonight, A Kind Of Magic, Surrender, These Are The Days Of Our Lives, Under Pressure, London Town - C'mon Down, I'm In Love With My Car, Tenement Funster, Strange Frontier, Happiness, Radio Ga Ga

The first few concerts also included 'People On Streets' and 'Rock And Roll'.
1. 15 March 1999 - Guildhall, Gloucester, England
2. 16 March 1999 - Coal Exchange, Cardiff, Wales
3. 18 March 1999 - The Hall For Cornwall, Truro, England
4. 19 March 1999 - The Stage, Stoke, England
5. 20 March 1999 - Manchester University, Manchester, England
6. 21 March 1999 - The Leadmill, Sheffield, England
7. 23 March 1999 - The Garage, Glasgow, Scotland
8. 24 March 1999 - Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh, Scotland
9. 25 March 1999 - Riverside, Newcastle, England
10. 27 March 1999 - Lomax, Liverpool, England
11. 28 March 1999 - Cambridge Junction, Cambridge, England
12. 29 March 1999 - Waterfront, Norwich, England
13. 30 March 1999 - Wolverhampton Wolfrun, Wolverhampton, England
       This show featured a guest appearance from Brian May, who was on stage from 'Under Pressure' onwards, and as such had a rearranged setlist:
We Will Rock You, Pressure On, A Nation Of Haircuts, Believe In Yourself, I Want To Break Free, No More Fun, Tonight, A Kind Of Magic, Surrender, These Are The Days Of Our Lives, Tenement Funster, London Town - C'mon Down, I'm In Love With My Car, Strange Frontier, Under Pressure, Rock 'n' Roll, Radio Ga Ga
14. 31 March 1999 - Rock City, Nottingham, England
15. 2 April 1999 - Pyramid Centre, Portsmouth, England
16. 3 April 1999 - Astoria Theatre, London, England

1999 Cafe De Paris Concert


Radio Ga Ga, A Kind Of Magic, Under Pressure, Rock 'n' Roll

This was a charity gig which also featured Jimmy Page and the Stereophonics. 'Under Pressure' featured Treanna Morris, while 'Rock And Roll' featured Pat Cash.
1. 27 June 1999 - Cafe De Paris, London, England

1999 Roger Taylor Birthday Party


We Will Rock You, Jam Session, Rock And Roll

This was a private party to celebrate Roger's 50th birthday.

1. 26 July 1999 - unknown venue, Cornwall, England

1999 McLaren Party


Twist And Shout, I Want To Break Free, Radio Ga Ga, Rock 'n' Roll, All The Young Dudes, We Are The Champions (all-star finale)

This concert was with the SAS Band, featuring Spike Edney, Jamie Moses, John Marter, Steve Stroud, Chris Thompson, Fish, and the Fabba Girls. It also featured both Paul Young vocalists, one of whom sang 'All The Young Dudes'.
1. 8 November 1999 - McLaren Party, Stuttgart, Germany

2000 SAS Band Concerts


Show 1: Magic Is Loose, Radio Ga Ga
Show 2: A Kind Of Magic, Radio Ga Ga, Strange Frontier, With A Little Help From My Friends (with Fish)
Show 3: A Kind Of Magic, I Want To Break Free, Radio Ga Ga
1. 19 February 2000 - Shepherd's Bush Empire, London, England
      

'Radio Ga Ga' was officially released on an SAS Band album, video and DVD titled 'The Show'.

2. 14 December 2000 - Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland
3. 15 December 2000 - Paul Young Tribute Concert, The Apollo, Manchester, England

2001 Wintershall Concert


Radio Ga Ga, A Kind Of Magic, The Show Must Go On, Under Pressure, Another One Bites The Dust, Rock And Roll, It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (with Bob Geldof), Like A Rolling Stone (with Bob Geldof)

This show featured a line-up of Spike Edney, Steve Barnacle, Jason Falloon, Keith Prior, Treanna Morris and Patti Russo.
1. 7 July 2001 - Wintershall Estate, Surrey, England

2001 SAS Band Concert


Radio Ga Ga, I Want To Break Free, A Kind Of Magic, Rock And Roll, The Show Must Go On (with Chris Thompson), We Will Rock You (with Tony Hadley, Leo Sayer and Mark Shaw), With A Little Help From My Friends (with Fish), You're The Voice (all star finale), All The Way (all star finale)
1. 11 August 2001 - Fort Brockhurst, Gosport, England

2002 Cowdray Park Concert


I Feel Fine, Jealous Guy, I Am The Walrus, My Sweet Lord (all star finale)

This charity concert also featured David Gilmour, Ringo Starr and Bob Geldof. Given the tracklisting (all Beatles or solo tracks), it seems likely that Roger drummed for Ringo Starr, though that is just a guess.
1. 21 June 2002 - Cowdray Park, Midhurst, Sussex, England

2002 Budapest F1 Concert


Lust For Life, For Fuck's Sake, Pump It Up, Rock And Roll, Gloria, Heroes, Let's Stick Together

This gig was with the band 'V10' which featured Formula 1 investor, Eddie Jordan.
1. 16 July 2002 - Heroes Square, Budapest, Hungary

2003 SAS Band 'In Session' TV Show


A Kind Of Magic, Jealous Guy, Radio Ga Ga (twice), Rock And Roll, The Voice (all star finale), All The Way (all star finale)
1. 29 April 2003 - 'In Session' TV Show, Riverside Studios, London, England

2004 Microsoft IT Forum Appearance


Radio Ga Ga, Under Pressure (with Chris Thompson), Rock And Roll, The Boys Are Back In Town (with Midge Ure), We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions

This show was with the SAS Band, and presumably it was a private function.
1. 18 November 2004 - Microsoft IT Forum, Copenhagen, Denmark

2004 Rainbow Trust Charity Concert


Radio Ga Ga, Under Pressure (with Chris Thompson), Rock And Roll, We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions

This show was with the SAS Band.
1. 6 December 2004 - Rainbow Trust Charity Concert, Clapham Grand, London, England

2005 Band Du Lac Concert


Say It's Not True, These Are The Days Of Our Lives, I Want To Break Free, I Can't Dance

Roger performed three tracks, backed by the all-star band 'Band Du Lac' which featured Gary Brooker, Eric Clapton, Andy Fairweather-Low, Mike Carrack and others. He then returned to the stage for the all-star finale, playing drums on 'I Can't Dance'. All four tracks were released on a DVD of the show titled 'One Night Only'.
1. 11 June 2005 - Wintershall Estate, Surrey, England

2005 SAS Band Cyprus Concert


Radio Ga Ga, Say It's Not True, These Are The Days Of Our Lives, Rock 'n' Roll, Under Pressure (with Chris Thompson), The Show Must Go On (with Chris Thompson), We Will Rock You (all star finale), We Are The Champions (all star finale), With A Little Help From My Friends (all star finale)
1. 16 June 2005 - Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium, Larnaca, Cyprus

2005 Foo Fighters Concert


Tie Your Mother Down

This Foo Fighters concert was held at the same venue which Queen + Paul Rodgers performed at two days later.
1. 14 October 2005 - Continental Airlines Arena, East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA

2006 UK Music Hall Of Fame Finale


Golden Slumbers, Carry The Weight, The End

Roger inducted Led Zeppelin into the UK Hall Of Fame, before he played drums in the event finale, a tribute to Beatles producer George Martin.
1. 14 November 2006 - Alexandra Palace, London, England

2006 SAS Band Concert


Woman You're So Beautiful, Strange Frontier, Happy Xmas

'Woman You're So Beautiful' featured Roger on guitar and his son Felix on vocals. It is the only live performance of the track.
1. 8 December 2006 - Bisley Pavilion, Woking, England

2007 SAS Band Italian Concert


I Want To Break Free, Radio Ga Ga, Under Pressure (with Kiki Dee), We Will Rock You (all star finale), We Are The Champions (all star finale)
1. 8 May 2007 - Sorrento, Italy

2007 Live Earth Concert


Drum Extravaganza

This drum extravaganza was performed alongside Taylor Hawkins (Foo Fighters) and Chad Smith (Red Hot Chilli Peppers) as the SOS All Stars, alongside hundreds of other drummers. The track was later released on a combined CD and DVD release of the concert.
1. 7 July 2007 - Live Earth, Wembley Stadium, London, England

2008 Goodwood Festival Of Speed Gala Dinner


Drum Set

This was a percussive track, performed with Nick Mason (Pink Floyd), and Kenney Jones (Small Faces, The Who), which may be similar to the Drum Extravaganza performed at Live Earth.

1. 12 July 2008 - Goodwood House, Goodwood, England

2009 SAS Band Concert


Under Pressure (with Patti Russo), Tenement Funster, A Kind Of Magic, Cosmos Rockin, We Will Rock You (all star finale), We Are The Champions (all star finale)

Roger's son Rufus drummed on 'Tenement Funster', 'A Kind Of Magic' and 'Cosmos Rockin', they both drummed on 'We Will Rock You', and Roger alone drummed on 'We Are The Champions', and possibly 'Under Pressure'. Other acts on the line-up included Toyah Wilcox, Roy Wood, and Jeff Scott Soto, who performed 'Tie Your Mother Down', 'Love Of My Life' and 'Don't Stop Me Now'. The support act was 'Crash', who performed 'Fat Bottomed Girls'.
1. 24 January 2009 - IndigO2, London, England

2009 SAS Band Private Party


Unknown setlist

This was a private party for Hugh Sloane, a financial investor, to celebrate his wife's birthday. The show also included the Sugababes, Jeff Scott Soto, Patti Russo and Roger Daltrey. Roger definitely sang a duet with Roger Daltrey, and it's possible he also did one with Patti Russo aswell.

1. 4 July 2009 - unknown venue, Longborough, England

2011 'We Will Rock You' Denmark Premiere


Bohemian Rhapsody

Roger joined the cast to perform a single track at the premiere of the European tour of 'We Will Rock You'. Brian was due to perform aswell, but couldn't play after accidentally cutting his finger. This is Roger's first and to date only performance with the cast without Brian.

1. 23 February 2011 - Copenhagen Forum, Copenhagen, Denmark

2011 Band Du Lac Concert


Radio Ga Ga, Heroes, Fat Bottomed Girls, Voodoo Chile (with Ronnie Wood on guitar), A Kind Of Magic, Say It's Not True (with Jeff Beck on guitar), Manic Depression (with Jeff Beck on guitar), People Get Ready (with Jeff Beck on guitar), Nessun Dorma (Roger on percussion), Uptight (Everything's Alright) (all star finale, Roger on drums), Shout (all star finale, Roger on drums), Cocaine (all star finale, Roger on drums)

Roger performed a number of tracks with his own band, featuring Rufus Taylor on drums, Spike Edney on keyboards, Jason Falloon on guitar and Steve Stroud on bass, before drumming with the all-star Band Du Lac, which featured Gary Brooker, Eric Clapton, Lulu, Georgie Fame, Andy Fairweather-Low, Mike Carrack and others.
1. 4 June 2011 - Wintershall Estate, Surrey, England

2011 Bob Geldof Birthday Party


Unknown tracks

This was an impromptu concert at Bob Geldof's 60th birthday party, featuring Bob and Bono on vocals, Roger on drums, Gary Kemp on guitar and Bill Wyman on bass.
1. 1 October 2011 - Davington Priory, Faversham, England

2011 Spike Edney Birthday Party


Rip It Up, Voodoo Chile, Rock And Roll, plus other tracks

This was an impromptu performance at Spike Edney's 60th birthday party, featuring Spike Edney, Jamie Moses and Neil Murray.
1. 16 October 2011 - Pappy & Harriet's Pioneertown Palace, Pioneertown, USA

2011 SAS Band Concert


A Kind Of Magic, Voodoo Child, Heroes, The Show Must Go On (Chris Thompson vocals), We Will Rock You (all-star finale), We Are The Champions (all-star finale), Happy Xmas (War Is Over) (all-star finale, Roger on vocals), Santa Claus Is Coming To Town (all-star finale, Chris Thompson on vocals)

Roger performed at this SAS Band concert, singing vocals on the first three tracks, and drumming throughout the all-star finale, apart from 'Happy Xmas (War Is Over)', for which he sang lead vocals.
1. 3 December 2011 - G-Live, Guildford, England

2012 BBC World Service 80th Anniversary


Radio Ga Ga

Roger performed a special version of 'Radio Ga Ga' on this programme to mark the 80th anniversary of the BBC World Service, which was either broadcast on TV or online. The band consisted of William Orbit on guitar, 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 bass guitar and vocals.
1. 1 March 2012 - Bush House, London, England

2012 IFS World Conference SAS Band Performance


Heroes (Roger on vocals), plus other tracks

This was a private concert at the world conference of software company IFS, held at an unknown venue in Gothenburg. Artists also included Roger Daltrey, Jeff Scott Soto and Patti Russo, with the band featuring Spike Edney and Jamie Moses, with Roger drumming on a least one other track.
1. 15 October 2012 - IFS World Conference, Gothenburg, Sweden

2012 Mike Rutherford's Christmas Party


Unknown setlist

This was a private party at former Genesis guitarist Mike Rutherford's house, which Roger attended with his wife Sarina. The setlist is unknown, but may have featured a drum solo by Roger and Mike's son Harry.
1. 28 December 2012 - Mike Rutherford's House, Loxwood, Surrey, England

2013 All Cannings Concert


A Kind Of Magic (Roger vocals), Under Pressure (Marc Martel and Roger vocals), Say It's Not True (Roger vocals), Little Wing (Roger vocals), Peter Gunn Theme (Roger drums), New Orleans (Roger drums, Jamie Moses vocals), All The Way (all-star finale, Roger vocals)

Roger appeared with the SAS Band at this concert which raised money for local cancer charities. 'Under Pressure' featured Marc Martel, the vocalist of the Queen Extravaganza band, while 'Say It's Not True' and 'Peter Gunn Theme' featured Jeff Beck on guitar.
1. 25 May 2013 - Kings Arms, All Cannings, England

2015 Foo Fighters Concert


Under Pressure

Roger joined the Foo Fighters to drum on 'Under Pressure', which featured vocals by Taylor Hawkins and Dave Grohl. They were also joined by Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones, who played keyboards.
1. 5 September 2015 - Milton Keynes Bowl, Milton Keynes, England

2015 SAS Band Concerts


Heroes, Sunny Day, Voodoo Chile, Radio Ga Ga, Rock And Roll, Happy Xmas (War Is Over)

Roger joined the SAS Band at these two shows. It is believed that the setlists were the same, but this is unconfirmed.
1. 5 December 2015 - G Live, Guildford, England
2. 8 December 2015 - The Guildhall, Portsmouth, England

2016 SAS Band Concert


A Kind Of Magic, Under Pressure, Radio Ga Ga, Heroes, Walkin' In The Sand, Goin' Down, Hi Ho Silver Lining, Life On Mars

Roger sang vocals on every track, apart from 'Hi Ho Silver Lining', on which he played drums. 'Under Pressure' was a duet with Patti Russo. Jeff Beck, The Darkness, Mike & The Mechanics and Gary Brooker also performed.
1. 2 July 2016 - Wintershall Estate, Surrey, England