Adam Lambert says he is learning a lot -- and not just about music -- from his super-smart Queen bandmates Brian May and Roger Taylor. "And, at Queen College, there's a couple of things I've taught them, too, or continue to teach them," he laughed.
"I heard through the grapevine, 'Oh, they are very intelligent.' Everyone goes, 'Brian May has a doctorate. Best known for their songs "Bohemian Rhapsody," "Somebody to Love," "We Are the Champions" and "Under Pressure," Queen was formed in 1970.
Queen put on a rock show, but one that often feels more like a Vegas spectacle. Red-and-green laser lights draping the entire arena in a Christmas hue: surely. "But we do a version of this way."May and Taylor are supremely underrated talents.After he had taken to social media to share that video of himself with Smith, rumors swirled that the singer may appear on Lambert’s next album.Who is the mystery red head deep in conversation with @adamlambert & @samsmithworld? ©https://t.co/Qbb P0T03Cx pic.twitter.com/YP2q Wq Fe B1 — Chris Jepson (@Chris Jepson) October 7, 2016 Earlier this year, rumors swirled that Lambert and Smith were dating after they were spotted getting cozy together at Lambert’s after show party in New York."That's not what life is about."Raised in San Diego, where his mother worked as an interior designer and his father as a software professional, Lambert started out as an , made him the first openly gay male artist to top the Billboard 200.That same year, he entered a new phase in his career, as touring frontman for Queen.