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Queen Plans Another Adam Lambert Collaboration

June 18, 2013 03:40:03 GMT

The British rock band's guitarist, Brian May, confirms that his band's interested in 'doing an event' with the 'American Idol' alum.


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One year after Adam Lambert successfully fronted Queen in several shows, guitarist Brian May revealed that the collaboration might happen again. In an interview with MTV UK, May said that he and bandmate Roger Taylor were interested in working together with Lambert again in the future.

"We are talking about doing something with Adam, probably for TV. He's an amazing artist and a very nice guy. We keep in touch and have a good friendship," May told the site. "We're not talking about touring yet, but we are talking about doing an event."

Back in 2012, Lambert joined Queen for several shows and served as the band's lead singer. His performance received rave reviews from fans. In last year's interview, Lambert expressed his gratitude to be able to appear onstage with the legendary band.

"I learned so much from Brian May and Roger Taylor, sharing the stage with them and understanding the legacy that they left behind," he said. "It inspired me. It got me psyched about why I do this in the first place."

Lambert is not the only musician May is interested to work with. The guitarist also talked about a collaboration with South Korean rapper PSY. May met the "Gangnam Style" hitmaker on the finale of "Britain's Got Talent" last week and they had a chat about making a song together.

"I met the guy and we had a very interesting chat," May said of his meeting with PSY. "He's a very thoughtful man and a significant artist. He's also encyclopedic about Queen and says the reason he wanted to sing is because he saw Queen at Wembley '86 on video. We have a couple of ideas, so yeah I'm up for it."

© AceShowbiz.com




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