Brian May Confirms That Queen Have Been In The Studio With Adam Lambert But Nothing Good Has Come Out So Far
Queen‘s lead guitarist Brian May opened up about creating original material with the touring frontman Adam Lambert during an interview with Guitar Player magazine, and apparently, the band has been in the studio a few times, however, the results were unsatisfying.
As many of you might know, Adam Lambert and Queen have been performing together for a decade now, beginning from their first tour which was Queen + Adam Lambert Tour back in 2012 in Europe, and ‘Queen + Adam Lambert’ have been globally touring since then. The band also recorded two live albums, ‘Live in Japan,’ and ‘Live Around The World’ both of which consist of the live performances recorded during their tours.
Despite working together for so many years, Queen + Adam Lambert always performed Queen’s already existing tracks which has been great for the fans since they have the opportunity to experience Queen regardless of missing members such as late frontman Freddie Mercury and former bassist John Deacon.
It’s an undeniable fact that creating an original song has been constantly requested by the fans, the matter was never brought to the table by the band until recently as during an interview two months ago, drummer Roger Taylor stated that Queen + Adam Lambert once attempted to record an original song, however, the project never concluded.
While fans saw a silver lining when it comes to hearing new music from the band, Brian May revealed that Queen + Adam Lamber attempted to create original material during a recent interview, yet, nothing satisfying came out from the studio so far. Nevertheless, Queen guitarist stressed the fact that there’s still a chance for the band to record a new song in the future.
Here is what May said:
“I always say, ‘I don’t know.’ It would have to be a very spontaneous moment. Actually, Adam, Roger, and myself have been in the studio trying things out, just because things came up. But up to this point, we haven’t felt that anything we’ve done has hit the button in the right way. So it’s not like we’re close to the idea, it’s just that it hasn’t happened yet.”
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