City: Plymouth, UK
Venue: Guildhall
Date: March 3, 1974


As seen on the first poster, Queen are part of a great lineup of acts due to play at the Plymouth Guildhall over the winter. The date was moved back a week, likely because it was more suitable for their tour itinerary (they swapped dates with Golden Earring, which also worked for their schedule).

The audience sang God Save The Queen in anticipation of the band coming on stage. This would undoubtedly plant a seed in the band's heads, leading Brian May and Roger Taylor to record a version of the track to be used in the live environment by later in the year.

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