Queen TV performances (partially lost appearances by British band on various shows; 1974-1986)

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Queen on totp.jpg

Image of Queen performing Killer Queen on Top of the Pops

Status: Partially Lost

Queen[edit | edit source]

Queen is a band from London formed in 1971 with the lineup of John Deacon, Brian May, Freddie Mercury, and Roger taylor. They are known by hits including Bohemian Rhapsody, Another one Bites the Dust, Killer Queen, We Will Rock You, We are the Champions, and many other unforgettable songs. They were recently brought to more fame thanks to the motion picture Bohemian Rhapsody, which is built by the band's history. Lead singer of the band, Freddie Mercury, passed away after a long fight against AIDS on November 24, 1991, 1 day after announcing his illness publicly.

Queen on Top of the Pops[edit | edit source]

Queen were invited to perform their song, Seven Seas of Rhye after David Bowie cancelled his own performance. They performed in the Weather studio on February 21, 1974.[1]

Song Air Date Status Comments
Seven Seas of Rhye Feb. 21 1974 Found Mostly in color, some color bits remain lost
Seven Seas of Rhye Mar. 14 1974 Found Mostly black and white
Seven Seas of Rhye Mar. 28 1974 Partially Found Most footage in color
Killer Queen Oct. 11, Oct. 24, and Dec. 27 1974 Found Full in color
Killer Queen Nov. 7 1974 Lost No online uploads except for a now deleted image.
Killer Queen Nov. 21 1974 Partially Found Badly damaged opening
Now I'm Here Unknown (possibly Jan. 16 or 30 of 1975) Partially Found Ripped from documentary
Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy June 16, June 30, and July 21 1977 Found BBC Four rebroadcast
Under Pressure (Zoo) Nov. 19 1981 Found BBC Four rebroadcast
Las Palabras De Amor June 17 and July 1 1982 Found BBC Four rebroadcast