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Entertainment Adam Lambert confides on his concerts with Queen

11:40  28 september  2020
11:40  28 september  2020 Source:   bfmtv.com

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The singer admitted that he does not wish to imitate Freddie Mercury but only to pay homage to him

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Adam Lambert confided in the newspaper 'The Times' regarding his concerts with Queen, admitting that he has no intention of emulating legendary singer Freddie Mercury although he has taken his place as the lead singer of the band.

He shared, "I knew I was did not want to try to imitate him. Freddie and I are different. We are different physically and we have lived different lives.

There are some similarities, like my strong personality and some aspects of our personal lives, but I'm aware that audiences don't see Freddie. This is why I have to give concerts as great as possible so that nobody is disappointed when they leave. "

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During this interview, the guitarist of the group Brian May also confided about their first meeting with Adam during the American Idol show, revealing that he immediately knew the singer would be perfect even though he wasn't looking for anyone at the time.

He shared, "Adam is the type to tell audiences' I'm here to pay homage to Queen and Freddie Mercury because I'm as much of a fan of them as you all are. We weren't looking for anyone when we met him, but he was so charismatic that it was obvious to us. He will tell you himself that he was terrified when he first performed with us in front of half a million people in Kiev in 2012, but he has enormous confidence in himself.

He's a very nice guy too. We couldn't go on tour for months with someone we couldn't stand. "

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