It's time for Queen x Adam Lambert. We know, the late Freddie Mercury was flawless and inimitable, but Queen certainly have picked an awesome vocalist to fill his boots in this era! Lambert is a belter in the same vein as Mr. Mercury.
Clear Channel is hosting an exclusive performance featuring Queen + Adam Lambert as part of the iHeartRadio Live series, a Clear Channel entertainment production that features performances from today's top artists.
The event will feature a live performance by Queen with Adam Lambert, as well as an intimate Q&A, discussing their 24-date North American summer tour, which will kick off later that week.
The event will broadcast live on-air as a 60-minute special on Clear Channel Classic Rock stations and streamed online across Classic Rock, Classic Hits and Oldies station websites as well as iHeartRadio.com.
It is set to take place on June 16 at 6PM PT at the iHeartRadio Theater in Burbank, California. link
Said it once before and I'll say it again. It IS partially a blatant attempt to regain popularity (as was PR to Midwest America)
And it IS because they still want to play.
Interesting. My last chance to catch Brian and Roger live.... even without a ROCK singer. Hope the set list is tasty
Just PLEASE no more Dragon Attack. .... AL makes it turn into bad mock karaoke.
Any indication if there will be an audience or will it just be filmed? Burbank is like 10 minutes away for me
Well. Just confirmed in a voicemail (they actually called back! ) that tickets to the event (co sponsored by Pepsi) are only available via the station/website through contests. (I.e. none via fan clubs etc.
I had to call asap, being that this is only a few miles away. Cough:::remaining performing members:::cough:::greatest group ever:::cough. .
I saw Queen and Adam in Toronto, ON on Monday.
NO ONE CAN FILL FREDDIE'S BOOTS!
Kudos though to Adam....
You made yours and put your own personality in there.....you didn't try to be Freddie....
BUT......YOU WERE ADAM LAMBERT....
and Grrl.....YOU OWNED IT.
I believe that if Freddie could have seen that concert he would have been proud!