It’s a full-on diva/divo throwdown when Lambert and Gaga tackle the classic made famous by the late Freddie Mercury.
Orbit, who previously worked with Madonna on her 1998 album Ray Of Light and 2012’s MDNA, took to Twitter yesterday to announce he is “definitely working with QUEEN. Amazing songs. That’s all I’m sayin 4 now. Watch this space.”
Music, especially punk and metal music, have used Satanic and Nazi imagery to shock fans for years, but for an ‘Indonesian Idol’ judge, it might not have went as planned.
Fall Out Boy has been representing for the underdogs since 2001. And last night (June 23), Patrick Stump and the rest of the guys made it clear that the meek will inherit the earth with a cover of Queen’s “We Are The Champions.”
Bad Company singer Paul Rodgers is one of the dominant voices of the classic rock format, but his personality never filled out the ‘rock star’ status. We talk to the humble hero about the band, his one-off show at New York’s Towne Hall, soul music, Jimmy Page, and ‘over-singing.’
The material was culled from sessions in the ’80s, Brian May says.
It’ll include some of his “American Idol” and “Glee” performances as well as songs from both of his albums.
“When you hear the fully produced stuff from the studio, that’s one thing, but his voice is insane. I couldn’t believe it,” songwriter Tove Lo told Billboard.
It’s finally happened, Queen is bringing Adam Lambert on tour with them.
Queen and Adam Lambert have performed together numerous times, but could a tour be in their future? All signs point to yes.
“Thanks to all of you who have cared so much… I never realized that I was so much thought of.”
May experienced “bad pains in the backside” three months after having knee replacement, and went in for MRI scans and blood tests.
The movie, which will be helmed by first time director Dexter Fletcher with a script written by The Queen and Frost/Nixon scribe Peter Morgan, is slated to start shooting next year.
“I don’t want to be touring with a hologram,” he said. “It makes you feel like museum pieces, and we’re not fossils, we’re alive.”
“Here’s to the crazy ones: the rebels, the troublemakers, the ones who see things differently. While some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius.” So began Apple’s iconic “Think Different” ad from 1997. It’s also part of the inspiration behind the new show The Crazy Ones,’ premiering September 26 on CBS.
After a 12-year run in London’s West End and numerous international productions, Queen’s jukebox musical, We Will Rock You, will tour North America for the first time this fall.