Queen have recorded with Adam Lambert
Queen's Brian May has revealed that they've recorded music with Adam Lambert, but they are unlikely to release it
Queen have recorded songs with Adam Lambert.
Legendary 'We Will Rock You' guitarist Brian May has revealed that while they've made music with their touring singer, there are no plans for them to release new Queen music because people only associate Queen's music with late frontman, Freddie Mercury, who tragically died in
1994 1991 at the age of just 45.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, the 69-year-old rocker said: "There's no plans at the moment [to make new Queen music]. People love to see us play live but I think people as a whole see Queen as an album land with Freddie so probably not.
"I would love to work with Adam in fact we already have worked with Adam when we're recording but whether there will be a Queen album with Adam, I don't know and I think probably not."
Queen + Adam Lambert made their festival debut at Isle of Wight Festival in June, but Brian has teased that he wants to do "something different" with regards to playing festivals in the future.
He said: "I think we'll do something different next year, I don't know what it will be. The Isle of Wight was great, it was fantastic, I loved it. It's kind of new and we're about to Asia and play Bangkok and Thailand and Singapore and these are all things we've never done. It's amazing at my age I'm still going to places that are new. "