Queen and Adam Lambert are currently on their Rhapsody world tour. And having performed in Korea and Japan, they’re now heading for Wellington, New Zealand. Guitarist Brian May has been charting his adventures on his Instagram and recently gave a nod to Freddie Mercury.
Last week, May posted a video captured backstage at the Osaka Dome concert in Japan.
Fans were joining in singing as the 72-year-old rocked on his guitar, admitting that Freddie would be very happy with the moment.
May wrote: “In the Lap of the Gods last night in Osaka Dome.
“Thank you, dear friends, for the love – how was it for you ?!!!”
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In the Lap of the Gods last night in Osaka Dome. Thank you dear friends for the love – how was it for you ?!!! That “Wo —— la la la“ singing !! Freddie would be very happy to hear that ! Now sadly we must say Sayonara to Japan. It’s been an outstanding tour, packed with surprises. Domo arigato – a big thank you to you all. Bri
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The Queen legend added: “That ‘Wo —— la la la’ singing !!
“Freddie would be very happy to hear that !
“Now sadly we must say Sayonara to Japan.
“It’s been an outstanding tour, packed with surprises. Domo arigato – a big thank you to you all. Bri.”
Meanwhile, May has spoken out on the possibility of a Queen and Adam Lambert studio album.
After he spoke with the New Zealand Herald, they wrote: “May says they have had time in the studio with Lambert.”
But before fans get their hopes up, they added: “But there’s little prospect of new recordings.”
Nevertheless, maybe having recorded together could spark a will to go the whole hog with an album?
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Back in October, Lambert spoke out on the possibility of a new Queen album.
Speaking with NME, the singer said: “Everyone asks that and we honestly haven’t discussed it.
“It actually hasn’t come up.”
Well, that certainly wasn’t a no either.
Queen and Adam Lambert perform outside at Wellington’s Westpac Stadium tomorrow, before heading on to Auckland on Friday and then Dunedin on Monday.
The band then head on to Australia for seven concerts, plus a set at the wildfires charity gig.
While they’ll head over to the UK in June for 10 nights at London’s O2.
Queen and Adam Lambert will also play two nights each at Manchester Arena and Arena Birmingham.
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