Roger Taylor appeared on Good Morning America today:
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— Good Morning America (@GMA) April 29, 2019
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Watch Adam Lambert harmonizing with Queen backstage
29 April 2019 by Martin Kieilty
Adam Lambert can be seen singing harmonies with Queen icons Brian May and Roger Taylor before a concert in a clip taken from the new documentary The Show Must Go On: The Queen + Adam Lambert Story. It airs tonight on ABC and follows Lambert’s history with the band over the 10 years since May and Taylor made what was thought to be a one-off appearance with the singer as he competed in the 2009 season of American Idol. The clip – which you can watch below – starts with archive footage of Freddie Mercury warming up while Taylor jokingly overdoes a vocal delivery. It’s followed by a recent recording with Lambert, during which Taylor behaves in a similar fashion.
Adam Lambert Talks Taking Cues From Queen’s Spike Edney in ‘The Show Must Go On’ Clip: Exclusive 29 April 2019 by Rania Aniftos
Just a few months before Queen and Adam Lambert kick off their sold out U.S. Rhapsody tour this summer, The Show Must Go On: The Queen + Adam Lambert Story is airing on Monday (April 29). Billboard has an exclusive clip from the chronicle, in which Adam Lambert talks taking cues from keyboardist Spike Edney during his first show with the rock band in Kiev in 2012. “I had a lot of help, Spike was on keys,” Lambert explained. “I kept looking at him over and over again, like, ‘Am I supposed to come in here? How long is the guitar solo? Is it my turn?'”…
The show does go on for Queen with Adam Lambert in ABC documentary Lambert brings new life to Queen 23 April 2019 by George Dickie
With all the attention brought back to Freddie Mercury and Queen with the awards-circuit success of “Bohemian Rhapsody,” a documentary about the band’s second life with a new lead singer is well-timed….
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The Show Must Go On: The Queen + Adam Lambert Story HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 8 p.m. on ABC
29 April 2019 by EW Staff
As this doc reiterates frequently, there’s no replacing Freddie Mercury. But by some miracle, someone came along with the vocal range and stage persona required to take on the mantle of Queen’s frontman. The special tracks the band’s listless years following Mercury’s death alongside Adam Lambert’s rise on American Idol, and the evolution of their collaboration into a powerhouse touring act. It’s a bit overlong and not particularly incisive, but it is a breezy watch with a heartwarming pro-LGBTQ message—plus plenty of clips from Queen + Lambert’s electrifying concerts.
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