Queen + Adam Lambert just finished playing Wembley Arena in London, home to some of the most iconic rock concerts ever, including Queen’s last appearance there for LIVE AID in 1985.
Just like all Queenbert’s UK appearances, they slayed the audience and made them believers!
Check out this article from TKG News.
He will rock you! Adam Lambert triumphs with Queen at Wembley Arena
IT has been almost thirty years since Queen gave Wembley Stadium the 20-minute performance masterclass at Live Aid that sealed their status as rock legends. More soberingly, it’s almost 25 years since the death of the band’s flamboyant frontman, Freddie Mercury.
For the last quarter century, celebrated axeman Brian May (now 67), and drummer Roger Taylor, 65, have kept the Queen juggernaut running – albeit with some bumps in the road. Now, they’re back in the Stadium’s baby brother Wembley Arena.
Unfairly accused by some of cynically cashing in on Mercury’s legacy while bassist John Deacon opted for a quiet retirement, the duo have existed as a band for considerably longer without their flamboyant frontman than with him.
Attempts to replace the irreplaceable have had mixed success – from duets with everyone from 5ive to Robbie Williams to Jessie J, to that long-term collaboration with ex-Free frontman Paul Rogers. All gave a new twist on the old standards, but largely failed to deliver the pomp and humour that made the songs so easy to love in the first place.
So what of Queen’s latest collaboration with Adam Lambert, the former American Idol star who was just nine years old when Freddie passed?
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