This is what Roger says:
They’re talking about a TV thing that is going to be on the internet, where we have a
lot of really great singers as guests. It will be more of a sort of intimate
show in a way, with a little mixing of videos and stuff in there as well. So we
are thinking of doing that.
Brian and I sort of decide to do things suddenly, out of the blue we decide to do
something, like the tours with Paul Rodgers, like “Come on we’ll do it” and
they happened in a snap, so then you have to plan ahead a bit, but I’d like to think we would do something
Why don’t you get someone to sing?’ I don’t feel like it, I don’t feel like I want someone there being Freddie. We did go out with Paul Rodgers, which I think was a great success in many ways. But it was really successful in many ways because he wasn’t Freddie and he wasn’t trying to be Freddie. He came with all his material, all his legend, all his catalogue. And yes it was a nice equal partnership in a sense. But it would be very hard to do that again, and I don’t think I want to do it again. I’m happy doing the things that we are able to do with Queen. One of the things is the musical, it’s great that we can have the We Will Rock You musical. It’s like we’re Uncles or Fathers to this musical and this is a great way of communicating Queen music and keeping it very much alive, it’s not fossilised, it’s young people and musicians.