Adam Lambert Wants To Do Freddie Proud at Queen Shows

(Classic Rock) Adam Lambert is convinced his upcoming shows fronting Queen will prove he can do the job, although he insists he'd never try to replace Freddie Mercury. And the singer admits he knew talent shows weren't cool before he found fame in American Idol he aimed to use the exposure to advance his career.

He's performed with remaining Queen members Brian May and Roger Taylor on TV twice before. So when he hits the Hammersmith Apollo stage with them on July 11, 12 and 14 he knows what he has to achieve.

"We want to keep the music alive and give it an energy that would have made Freddie proud," Lambert tells the Daily Mail. "You can't replace him. But playing with Queen is the best thing that could happen to me. My intention is to pay tribute to Freddie."

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