Adam Lambert appearance on American Idol

Is Adam Lambert the new Freddie Mercury? Adam Lambert appearance on American Idol show Sunday was the first time the 37-year-old participated with famous ’70s rock music group Queen.

When Lambert initially climbed to popularity soon after ending up being Idol’s Season 18 second best, the “Feel Something” artist initially worked together with the rock band during 2011, that later on resulted in a global trek from 2014 to 2018.

Following American Idol’s 2009 ending, Queen’s guitar player Brian May suggested to The Rolling Stone he had been taking into consideration Lambert as being the new frontman for the group.

” However, [drummer Roger Taylor] and I are definitely hoping to have a meaningful conversation at some point,” May stated. “It’s not like we, as if Queen, would rush into coalescing with another singer just like that. It isn’t that easy. But I ‘d certainly like to work with Adam. That is one amazing instrument he has there.”

Apart from them performing in the American Idol level, as well as in the Academy Awards, Lambert revealed on Twitter February 25th the launching of The Performance Must Go On: The Queen + Adam Lambert Tale.

The two-hour narrative is going to be public Monday evening on ABC and arrives on the coattails from the currently sold-out July/August 2019 UNITED STATE Composition or tour circuit that was initially introduced during back in December.

The tour will likely begin July 10th in Rogers Arena within Vancouver.

Lambert and Queen will most likely be stopping in stadiums incorporating The Forum inside Los Angeles, and even Madison Square Garden at New York City, and also, the tour is going to finish up in Spectrum Center at Charlotte, N.C. during Aug. 23rd., based on Advertisement.

“We have been designing a new visual phenomenon which will reframe these iconic tunes and we are really thrilled to reveal it,” Lambert mentioned within an announcement.

Although a few might reason that Lambert might symbolize several high qualities of the late Queen singer, the 37-year-old wishes to make things very clear, that his objective, will not be to take the place of Mercury but to always keep his memory alive.

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