Queen could be a big part of Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee concert on June 4th at Buckingham Palace in London. Brian May, who performed the Queen’s Golden Jubilee 20 years ago, hinted participating again during an appearance last week on BBC Radio 2.
Brian said, "There is talk of something happening. Of course it is hard to follow standing on the roof of Buckingham Palace, but you never know. It might be possible." Queen + Adam Lambert will kick off their European tour on May 27th in Belfast and are off on June 4th before starting a ten show series at the O2 arena in London on June 5th.
Back on June 3rd, 2002, May, standing alone on top of Buckingham Palace, performed "God Save the Queen" on his Red Special electric guitar accompanied by the house band which featured Queen's Roger Taylor on drums.
The only artist announced officially for the Platinum Jubilee at this time is George Ezra.
Other artists who performed back in 2002 included Elton John, Paul McCartney, Ozzy Osbourne, Eric Clapton, Bryan Adams, Joe Cocker, Phil Collins, Ray Davies, Rod Stewart, Steve Winwood and Brian Wilson.
[Source: Classic Hits Today]