In the Cyberbarn concert, Roger indicated that Brian, John and himself to work on some new material next year! This is possible however the strange question is Brian. He appears to change his mind a lot about the possibility. When Queen Rocks was released, he was all for it, but with interviews about his own solo album he is a little bit more negative about the idea...
According to the Australian show "11am" the Sunbury Festival of 1974 is going to be released on video. If nothing else, the video will feature Queen being 'booed' of stage. For more information on why, read the biography for 1974.
Sometime in the future look forward to the release of the BBC sessions and a musical - produced by one of Rober DeNiro's companies.
Brian is engaged in promoting his latest album 'Another World'. Initial chart positions have not been that promising - the album highest position in the UK chart was only 23 - the first single, 'Business' didn't make it into the top 40.
From September Brian will be touring.
In the distant future there should be a Freddie Mercury box set as well as the re-release of the 'Mr Bad Guy' album.
Roger's 'internet only concert' broke the world record for the largest ever live internet event. He recieved 500 hits per second and a total of 595,000 people saw the concert.
Roger will include "Mr Murdoch" from 'Happiness?' as a b-side on the single 'Pressure On' in protest to Rupert Murdochs bid to buy the Manchester United Football club. Roger has also donated money to the charity.
Roger's new album is scheduled for a September 28 release.
You can order a copy of the album and single at http://www.cdzone.co.uk
Roger's official website has been launched and can be found at the official Queen site.
Here in Australia "I'm In Love With My Car' is being used for Dunlop Tyre commercials.
John is currently surfing the net...