(30) Overcast Berks- “A big thank you to everyone in the States who took the opportunity to say how much they enjoyed the Queen/ Adam show, The Show Must Go On.” Even more positive feedback about it was received throughout the day.
"Massive thanks must go to Queen's manager, Jim Beach, and the program's producer, Simon Lupton, for pulling it all together," Keith said. "It was an absolute pleasure to work on. Furthermore, it was also my very first, American Prime-Time TV show. So proud!"
- With Keith's house sale moving along nicely, further legal matters had to be dealt with.
(29) North America – After several months of intense work on it, the big day finally arrived, the US television debut of The Show Must Go On – The Queen & Adam Lambert Story. (ABC 8-10pm EST) The feedback from it was truly wonderful. Everybody seemed to love it… Keith even took to Twitter about it.
(26) Overcast Berkshire – Just days before its first screening, there was still further archive / clearing work to be undertaken on the new documentary…
(25) (Sunny / overcast) Berkshire - Chiswick, London – As arranged, Keith gave a 12:45pm interview for the new, Fox News, Marilyn Monroe special. Philip and Pierre was there on behalf of the studio. (In a true style, a Mercedes, chauffeur-driven car was pre-booked by the studio to collect Keith from his home, escort him to the hotel, where the interview was being carried out, and back again.)
(24) The World – The public got the first opportunity to see the new Queen / Adam Lambert documentary when Miracle Productions LLP release on social media the official trailer for the show, which airs in just 4 days’ time on ABC in America…
(23) Berkshire (overcast) – Easter break over… Further archive work / chasing up / tidying up on the new Queen / Adam Lambert documentary, which airs now in just 6 days!! (Goodness, the time on it has just whizzed by!)
- With the London arm now in control, communications continued between Keith and Fox News about a new the interview for the program about Marilyn Monroe. A date for this coming Thursday, in Isleworth is set.
(20) BFI, London – Keith attended the Wiped, Recorded, event in London. Among the highlights; an alternate version of The Beatles’ 1969 ‘Something’ film. He also caught up with old friends, Andy N, Mark L, Chris P and Andre Barreau and rubbed shoulders with Andy Scott of The Sweet as well as broadcasting royalty, Pete Murray and David Hamilton… "Big thanks to Chris Perry of Kaleidoscope for putting on a truly superb show. A splendid time was certainly had by all."
(Start of Month and throughout)... Sunny Berkshire - Work continued on the new Queen / Adam Lambert documentary...