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'Never Close Our Eyes' is listed in Lambert's upcoming studio release 'Trespassing', while 'Where Have You Been' is lifted from Riri's 2011 effort 'Talk That Talk'.
At one of the makeup dates for the canceled music festival, Lambert and Roger Taylor's band are set to perform with Elton John in Kiev, Ukraine.
The 'Better Than I Know Myself' singer sings the title track of his upcoming studio album, which is due in the U.S. on May 15.
The deluxe edition of the new album, which is slated to come out on May 15, will feature a total of fifteen tracks.
Showcasing attractive color scheme, the fresh one-sheets for the Tim Burton-directed supernatural film feature different theme for each of the key character.
'It is with very heavy hearts and much regret that we announce the cancellation of Sonisphere Knebworth 2012,' Queen issue a statement on their official website.
Instead of March 20 as originally planned, 'Trespassing' would hit the stores in United States this mid May.
The 'Fever' singer has released the single's official remixes by Dave Aude, Alex Ghenea and Robert Marvin.
The singer, who plans to release a bundle of 'Better Than I Know Myself' remixes, showcases 'Chokehold', 'Cuckoo' and 'Trespassing'.
The 'Better Than I Know Myself' singer says that after their collaboration at the EMAs, 'it just seemed to be the right thing to continue.'
The 'Better Than I Know Myself' singer tweets, 'I can finally confirm: I have been invited by Queen to sing one very special concert!'
The runner-up of 'American Idol' season 8 claims his statement about his performance with the band was taken out of context.
The 'Sleepwalker' singer shows off his bad and good sides in a newly-debuted music video directed by Ray Kay.
The 'Sleepwalker' singer spends one fine day in his apartment doing things he enjoys to do like writing lyrics and listening to music.
'I think when viewers see the video they'll look at the lyrics a little bit differently than may have first considered them,' Lambert says of what to expect from the Ray Kay-directed clip.