Queen Considering Making New Music With Adam Lambert

November 15, 2016

The surviving members of Queen and Adam Lambert have been sharing the stage together since 2009 when they first performed with each other on "American Idol." Since then, Lambert teamed up with Queen for a for many shows and festivals around the world, and now the chances of recording new music with Lambert could be a future possibility.

While talking with Planet Rock, drummer Roger Taylor said of new Queen music, "If we do anything in the future, I'd like it to be something new. I don't know how new it would sound, but I think if Brian [May] could come up with a song or two which we felt, sort of, fitted, you know."

"It's quite possible. We're really enjoying... We've just come back from the Far East - well, a month ago now - which was phenomenal. It's great to know that there's still a demand, and we do love playing with Adam Lambert, who is an incredible singer and a lovely man."

Brian May shares Taylor's praise for Lambert, saying, "Adam is the first person we've encountered who can do all the Queen catalogue without blinking," as well as calling him "a gift from God."

Lambert, on the other hand, maintained humility in his position of singing for Queen in Freddie Mercury's place. "There's never going to be another, and I'm not replacing him. That's not what I'm doing. I'm trying to keep the memory alie, and remind people how amazing he was, without imitating him. I'm trying to share with the audience how much he inspired me."

(source: Blabbermouth)