”one voice in a billion”
He can sing things in a way guitarist Brian May has,
”never heard anyone else ever do” before.
The legendary rock band which features the original guirtarist Brian May along with drummer Roger Taylor has been on tour with Lambert. He has taken the place of the legendary Freddie Mercury, who passed away in 1991. They say is also amazing the vocal abilities Lambert can achieve.
Brian told iHeartRadio:
”He’s extraordinary. It speaks for itself, his voice. That’s one voice in a billion.
”Adam can do things which really I have never heard anyone else ever do in my life.”
May and Taylor did play with Lambert for the time on the reality show in 2009. They sang ‘We Are the Champions’.
”We have a chance to do great things with Adam Lambert. He really is a wonderful foil for us, so it’s a kind of gift from heaven, really. It’s a lot of fun, too. He’s nice to work with. He’s fun and light and he doesn’t have any airs and graces, and you know, he just gets on with it, and we feel like a family. It’s nice.”
Sixty six year old May played down the idea that Lambert is the replacement for Freddie, as he sings the songs in a different way.
”It just works with him. It feels comfortable and nice, and challenging, also, because he puts different interpretations on the songs, so it gets us to play a little differently. So, it’s nice, it’s alive.”