Queen and Adam Lambert: Brian May shares touching Freddie Mercury Love of My Life moment

Queen and Adam Lambert: Brian May shares touching Freddie Mercury Love of My Life moment

Last night, the Queen and Adam Lambert Tour Watch Party debuted on the band’s official YouTube channel. The one-off hour-long show sees some of the collaboration’s most iconic live performances to date. And now Brian May has shared a touching audience view of one very special moment.

The Queen guitarist wrote on his Instagram page: “Anybody see our ‘Watch Party tonight on Queen Channel Youtube ? What did you think ?

“This is a nice alternative view of the Love of my Life Moment from the O2 – the same night we used for the Watch Party.

“From @3dbyelisa – thanks !!! Well, those were the days.

“Let’s see what the future brings. Take care Folks. Bri.”

READ MORE: Joe Elliott ‘I was first to speak to Brian after Freddie Mercury died’

Also highlights from the Global Citizen Festival in New York, Fire Fight Australia and Japan’s Summer Sonic Festival.

Plus moments from the UK’s Isle of Wight Festival and an exclusive iHeart Radio performance in Los Angeles.

Additionally, from Dallas, Texas, the much sought out Fat Bottomed Girls performed with the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders in 2019.

Meanwhile, the documentary film The Show Must Go On: The Queen and Adam Lambert Story has finally hit Netflix UK.

The two-hour documentary follows Queen’s Brian May and Roger Taylor plus singer Adam Lambert in their incredible collaboration of the last decade.

The film includes rare concert footage, interviews with the trio, Lambert’s parents, Simon Cowell and Bohemian Rhapsody’s Freddie Mercury star Rami Malek.

Queen and Adam Lambert were supposed to be touring the UK this June.

However, the coronavirus pandemic has seen the dates postponed to 2021.

Published at Mon, 22 Jun 2020 07:45:00 +0000