Spoof rock band (Rik Mayall, Ade Edmunson, Peter Richarson, Nigel Planer (Pop in the WWRY musical).
» Brian May produced and played on their debut album 'Bootleg' in 1986.
» Brian May produced their version of 'Bohemian Rhapsody' and played on the b-side - 'Life Of Brian'.
Barbara Szabo: Queen's bookeeper in early 1980's.
Barbara Valentin : Austrian Actress. (Born 15-12-1940. Died 22-02-2002)
» Real Name - Ursula Ledersteger
» Romantically linked to Freddie Mecury betwenn 1983 and 1985.
» The song 'Love Me Like There's No Tomorrow' was written with her in mind.
» One of Barbara's film's translates (from German) in to 'Kiss Me Like There's No Tomorrow'.
Barbara Hulanicki: Founder of Biba boutique.
» Mary Austin (Freddie's first girlfriend) worked at Biba (London) in the early 1970's.
Barry Mitchell : Bassist
» Played with Queen (August 1970 - January 1971).
» Attends Queen conventions.
Barry Bulsara : Infamous fan who was arrested for the murder of UK TV presenter Jill Dando in 1999.
» Real name is Barry George.
» Reported to have changed his real name by deed poll to Bulsara.
Barry Sheffield : Co-Owner of Trident Audio Productions (Queen's orignal managment).
Bangles : Supported Queen at Slane Castle on 5th July 1986.
Belouis Some : Supported Queen at Knebworth - 9th August 1986.
Belinda Gillett : Singer.
» Sang on re-release of charity single 'Who Wants To Live Forever' in 1989.
Bent Cement : The group Mike Grose left to play bass for Queen in 1970.
Ben Elton : Comedian / Author.
» Story & Script writer of the Queen musical
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Bernard Lovell (Sir & Professor) : Scientist who set up the Jodrell Bank Observatory (Cheshire UK).
» Professor Lovell invited Brian May to join his research labratory, (early 1970's) but Brian declined.
Bernie Andrews : Producer of Queen's 1973 BBC session.
Big Country : Supported Queen at Knebworth - 9th August 1986.
Bill Smith : Sleeve design - The Works album cover.
Bill Reid : Lover of Freddie's in early 1980's.
Bill Richards : School friend of Brian May's
» Guitarist & Vocalist with 1984
» Founding member of the group Left Handed Marriage (who Brian played with on a temporary basis in 1967).
» Brian is featured on LHM's 1992 CD 'Crazy Chain' (although the songs featuring Brian are from a 1967 session).
Billy Squier : Singer / Guitarist.
» Roger and Freddie provided backing vocals on Billy's song 'Emotions In Motion' from album of same name in 1982.
» Brian May plays guitar on '(Another) 1984' - released in 1984.
» Freddie sang on 'Love Is The Hero' (1986).
» Freddie co-wrote 'Lady With The Tenor Sax' (1986).
» Sang on stage with Queen 15-09-1982 Los Angeles, USA (vocals in Jailhouse Rock)
Black Sabbath : The original Heavy Metal group
» Brian played guitar on their 1989 'Headless Cross' album on the song 'When Death Calls'.
» Brian has also appeared with them on stage a few times.
Bob Seger & Silver Bullet Band : Supported Queen at Michigan in '76.
Bod Chappy & the Beetles : A group name considered by Brian May before settling on '1984'.
Bob Dylan : Singer / guitarist.
» Roger Taylor did a cover of Bob's 'Masters Of War' on his 'Strange Frontier' album from 1984.
Bob Harris : British DJ.
» Filmed the Hyde Park gig (18th September 1976) for a documenatary.
Bob Herschmann : Manager of Mott The Hoople.
Bob Geldof (Sir): Singer
» Organiser of Live Aid.
» Husband of Paula Yates.
» Father of Peaches Geldof.
Bon Jovi : Brian played on stage with the group using Richie Sambora's guitar - December 1989.
Bomi Bulsara: Father of Farouk Bulsara (Freddie Mercury). Died 26th Dec 2003 aged 95.
Bow Wow Wow : British band who supported Queen in Gothenburg (Sweden) on 9th April 1982.
Boy George : Singer / DJ
» Vocalist with Culture Club
» Friend of Freddie's.
» New York road sweeper in 2006.
Brian Grant : Video Director.
Brian Spencer : Queen road crew circa 1977.
Brian Harold May Guitarist with
Smile / Queen.
Brian 'Jobby' Zellis : Brian's guitar technician and roadie.
Brownie McGhee: Harp playing blues man (died 1996).
» Brian once said that the Queen song 'See What A Fool I've Been' was influenced by a song of the...
» ...same name by Brownie (and his partner, Sonny Terry).
Bruce Gowers : Video Director
» Directed 'Live At The Rainbow'.
» Directed 'Bohemian Rhapsody.
Bruce Oldfield : Clothes Designer.
» Freddie bought Mary Austin some of Bruce's creations.
Bruce Springsteen : Singer / Songwriter / Guitarist.
» Roger Taylor did a cover of Bruce's 'Racing In The Streets' on his 'Strange Frontier' album from 1984.
Bryn Bridenthal : Elektra record company executive.
Bubblingover Boys : Roger Taylor's first band in 1957.