Wed. Sep 27th, 2023

Adam Lambert recently spoke with Advocate about his work, the community, Queen, and other topics. He was asked if he ever gets tired of playing in the band. The frontman’s response was succinct and direct: “No, not at all. Queen is about bringing people up, and every concert, the audience goes through the roof as we perform those legendary great tunes. It never gets old, and it’s a privilege to carry on Freddie’s legacy. And I really adore seeing Brian [May] and Roger [Taylor] light up when we’re on stage. “The entire experience has been fantastic.” Brian May, the guitarist, agrees with Lambert.

He appears to have recovered from a heart attack in 2020, and even after being knighted by King Charles, he still looks forward to travelling. He stated: “I can say that (the Queen) is considering touring. I’m trying to stay healthy – for the time being, I appear to be in good health, which is always a plus. It hasn’t been an easy road, and there have been times when I thought I’d never do it again. But we all seem to be fine, so we’re thinking about doing some touring. Of course, we tour at the highest level, which requires a lot of energy and fitness. If we don’t go out until October or something, I’ll start working on my fitness.”

Lambert, who has been performing with Queen since 2011, is preparing for a North American tour with the band, which will begin on October 4th. Aside from the tour, the singer appeared in his first feature film Fairyland, which had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival this year. Following the release of his new album, High Drama, Lambert is now launching a High Drama-themed nail polish collection with ORLY. The collection’s proceeds will help Stand With Trans, a non-profit organization that provides crucial support to trans youth and families. You may listen to the new album below.

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