It’s safe to say, vocal powerhouse Adam Lambert has found a new home at the helm of legendary rock band Queen if frequent comments by Brian May and Roger Taylor are anything to go by.
Lambert has been at the helm of the band for quite some time now and the group performed a massive tour across North America earlier this year.
The group have also confirmed plans to tour Europe including a series of dates across the UK early next year – much to the delight of eager fans who missed out on the summer tour.
Adam Lambert being at the helm of Queen has no doubt brought a lot of fans to the group – perhaps fans of Lambert who hadn’t heard of Queen much before.
His efforts though also appear to have given the group a new lease of life and members Brian May and Roger Taylor are often found praising the young performer.
The most recent praise from Roger Taylor came earlier this week when he appeared on ITV’s lunchtime chat show, Loose Women.
The drummer confessed that late singer Freddie Mercury would be a fan of Adam’s saying: “He would be the number one fan. Freddie always loved the great singers.”
“Lambert is magnificent. He has an insane voice and he fits in very well. He is very theatrical, so obviously he fits in with us…and I call him Camp Freddie. Or Camp Elvis, really.”
During the same interview on the ITV lunchtime show Taylor spoke about the new Band Aid 30 single which features big names including Ed Sheeran, One Direction and Ellie Goulding.
The single is currently number one on the Official Singles Chart and is keeping Take That’s ‘These Days’ at Bay and for Roger Taylor – who appeared on Band Aid 30, that’s a good thing.
“I think Bob [Geldof] has done a great thing. I very glad it’s number 1 again and kept Take That out of the way.” he explained.
Tomorrow, (30th November) Queen (with Adam) will perform on the X Factor and it’s sure to be a performance you won’t want to miss out on. Of course if you do miss it, we’ll have you covered!