Queen Find Lambert A Better Fit Than Paul Rodgers
They're touring the US with Lambert, five years after ending their association with Free and Bad Company frontman Rodgers - but May has positive memories of the collaboration.
"We had a great time with Paul, no doubt about it. It kind of stretched it into a new place and it was a thoroughly good experience," He tells the Toronto Sun. "But Adam, like us, has many many colors - so we can explore some of those strange excursions that Queen likes to."
Taylor agrees: "Paul has one of the greatest rock voices, but it's more blues and soul orientated," he says. "With all due respect, Adam is more suited to a lot of our material. We had great tours with Paul - but I think Adam is more naturally at home with us." more on this story
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