Freddie Mercury was lead singer of Queen for 20 years earlier than his premature dying. And for the final decade, Brian May and Roger Taylor have been touring with Adam Lambert. Now Queen and Adam Lambert have appeared on the BBC’s The One Show the place May was requested about as soon as saying that the singer might do “everything Freddie could do and more.”
Asked to make clear, the 73-year-old mentioned: “Adam’s totally different from Freddie.
“It makes me very completely happy that Freddie has by no means been imitated by Adam.
“Adam’s by no means tried to go that route. He has that pure affinity with the viewers, the identical manner as Freddie does.
“He has the pure present of a voice the identical manner Freddie does.”
The Queen guitarist added: “It encompasses every little thing that we’ve completed all all over the world.
“It sort of symbolises the place we’ve been the final eight years with Adam.
“So it was a terrific alternative. And as soon as we noticed the stuff, we thought, ‘Wow! People are going to love this.’
On deciding what was proper for the reside album, Taylor mentioned: “Well, we needed what we thought have been actually nice performances.”
The Queen drummer added: “We needed to cowl loads of totally different nations and so the totally different audiences.
“And clearly we had actually nice cameras in some locations, so we tended to choose people who we thought have been highlights.
“I believe we obtained an actual wide variety there.”
Queen and Adam Lambert’s Live Around The World is launched on October 2, 2020.