Samuel Cook : Son of Kashmira Cook & Roger Cook
» Kashmira Cook is Freddie Mercury's sister.
Sarina Potgieter: Girlfriend of Roger Taylor since 2002 (after he split with Debbie Leng 1991-2002).
Sally Hyatt : Works for Queen Productions.
Saul Swimmer : Film/Video producer.
» Was responsible for the 'We Will Rock You' video in Montreal 1981.
Samantha Fox : Glamour model / singer.
» Samantha and Freddie sang 'Crazy Little Thing Called Love' at 'the Roof Gardens' in Kensington. 12th July 1986.
Scott Riseman Lipsey Meade : Partners in Queen's PR (Public relations) company.
» Roxy Meade (previous Lipsey Meade).
Scott Gorham : Guitarist (Thin Lizzy) and friend of John Deacon.
» In 1983 John and a few famous friends spent time in a studio. Song were recorded but not released.
Scotty Moore : Guitarist (Elvis Presley)
» Brian May recorded 'I Don't Wan't Nobody (Teasin' Around With Me') with Scotty...
» ... for a Sun Records tribute to Elvis (it didn't appear on the tribute album though).
» Brian May performed this song at the Montreux Jazz festival 7th july 2001.
Serge Ramaekers : Producer.
» Responsible for the 1993 remix of 'Living On My Own'.
Shakin' Stevens : Singer.
» Roger Taylor played drums on his 1992 single 'Radio'.
Sharoo Khory : Freddie's aunt.
Sharon D.Clarke : Actress. Played the original Killer Queen in the musical We Will Rock You. [new window]
Sigue Sigue Sputnik : Roger remixed their single 'Dancerama' in 1989.
Simon Kirke : Drummer (Bad Company) and friend of John Deacon.
» In 1983 John and a few famous friends spent time in a studio.
» Song were recorded but not released.
Sideway Look : Scotish group.
» Roger co-produced their album 'Bulletproof Heart' in 1985.
» The results were never released as Virgin Records dropped them.
Simon Pool : Assistant Art-director (to Richard Gray).
» Worked on the Roger Taylor album 'Electic Fire' (1998).
Simon Bates: British DJ
» Interviewed Queen in 1985.
Slim Whitman : Performer
» Slim held the record for longest number of weeks a song.
» His song 'Rose Marie' stayed at number 1 for 9 weeks (1957) until 'Bohemian Rhapsody' equalled it in 1975.
» Brian Adams stayed at No1 for 16 weeks with 'All I Ever Do, I Do It For You' in the 1990's.
Smile : Group that Brian May, Roger Taylor and Tim Stafell formed in 1969.
Spider Webb : Drummer (character) in the spoof group Bad News.
» Played by Peter Richardson.
Spike Edney : Musician.
» Keyboard / guitar and backing vocals with Queen from 1984 on the Works and Magic tours.
» Spike also played in The Cross, and The Brian May Band, before forming The SAS band.
Stefan Wissnet : Musicland's engineer.
» Played bass on 'Mr Bad Guy' (1985).
Stephane Beacham : Singer
»Friend of Freddie's.
Steve Barnacle : Bassist
» Played on Roger Taylor's album 'Electric Fire' (1998).
Steve Ferrone : Drummer.
» Was in the supergroup which played at the '92 Expo in Seville.
Steve Gregory : Saxophone on 'One Year Of Love'.
Steve Hayter : Social friend of Freddie's.
Steve Hillage : Supported Queen at Hyde Park (18th September 1976).
Steve Hackett : Guitarist (Genesis).
» Brian played guitar on Steve's song 'Slot Machine' 1989.
» Brian played guitar on Steve's song 'Don't Fall Away From Me' in 1988.
Steve Miller: Elektra Records Art Director.
» Worked on the Hot Space album cover (along with John Barr and Norman Ung).
Steve Vai : Guitarist
» Guest guitarist at the Expo 92 in Seville.
Straight Eight : Supported Queen in Zurich (23th November 1980).
Status Quo : Supported Queen at Knebworth - 9th August 1986.
» Brian played guitar (and is in the video) of 'Raining In My Heart' in 1995 from the 'Don't Stop' album.
Stockwell Manor School : A South London school
» Brian May taught Maths here in 1973.
Styx : Supported Queen on some of their 1975 USA tour.
Sour Milk Sea : Group that Freddie Bulsara joined in 1969.
Suninder Rai : A Clerk (government auction house in Zanzibar).
» In 1994 he was selling photocopies of Freddies birth cirtificate for $50 (US dollars) to tourist in the area.
» The registration number of the certificate is 3293.
Sonny Terry: Blues Guitarist (died 1986).
» Brian says 'See What A Fool I've Been' was influenced by a song of the same name...
» ...by Brownie McGhee (died 1996) and his partner, Sonny Terry.
Soundgarden : Brian May played guitar on 'New Damage' in 1994 from the album 'Alternative NRG'.
Supercharge : Supported Queen at Hyde Park (18th September 1976).
Sue Johnstone : Fan Club Secretary
» Along with her sister Pat, they ran the first Queen Fan Club from 1973 to 1976.
» Both Sue and Pat were also friend's of Roger's from Cornwall and had worked on Kensington Market.
» Therese Pickard took over the fan club in 1976.
Suzie O'List : Vocalist.
» Sang on the 1991 Comic Relief song 'The Stonk' with Brian May
» Sang backing vocals on Brian May's solo album 'Back To The Light' (1992).
Stefan Zauner : Musician
» Brian played guitar on Stefan's 'Make Dreams Come True' in 1995 from his 'Someother Language' album.
Sylvia Stickells : Wife of Gerry Stickells (Queen's road manager).
Susie Webb : One of the Fabba Girls
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» Backing singer - Brian May Band in 1992/3 tour