According to Brians site:
FM TRIBUTE ORGANIZER'S TSUNAMI CONCERT
According to CBC ARTS NEWS, bosses at the U.K.'s Millennium Stadium, in Cardiff, Wales, are attempting to organize a Live Aid-style concert to raise money for the victims of last week's Asian tsunami disaster. Paul Sergeant, general manager of the stadium, hopes to host a charity concert the weekend of Jan 22-23 and to raise a million pounds for a tsunami relief fund. Although too early to name artists, Seargeant said that organizers had "been chasing a strong list of A-list acts to see if they would be willing to take part."
During a previous stint as manager at Wembley Stadium, Sergeant organized the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness and a concert for Amnesty International. Each event took about a month to pull together.
Elsewhere - Cliff Richard, Boy George, Olivia Newton-John and Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees are reportedly among those approached to record Grief Never Grows Old, a sad ballad written by radio DJ Mike Read, which it is hoped will be recorded and mixed this week and out in stores quickly - all funds from the single to go to the Disasters Emergency Committee.
Interesting news... Maybe Queen + Rodgers get involved?? I think It's a good opportunity to do something for the people in Asia and at the same time it can be promotion for the coming tour.