“There’s no intention in my mind of replacing Freddie,” said Adam. “That’s impossible. The way I’m choosing to view it is that it’s a great honor and one I’m in no way going to shirk… Being asked to front Queen is the best thing that can possibly happen.”
“He has grown into a really great performer with an astonishing voice with a range that’s great,” Queen’s drummer Roger Taylor told Billboard back in December. “We would like to work with him again. There’s nothing signed just yet but we’re talking about live dates. It could be very exciting.”
There is no schedule yet reported, besides dates at Knebworth in England, where Queen played their final gig with Mercury in 1986 before his death in 1991.
If this is true (Adam’s reps have yet to confirm), are you excited about Glambert’s stint with Queen? If you’re not, just watch Adam perform “We Are The Champions” with the band on the American Idol finale and we think you’ll quickly change your mind.