Queen guitarist Brian May has praised
Adam Lambert's performance as the band nears the finish line of the
European leg of its current tour.
Lambert, who toured with Queen last
year, returned for a New Year's Eve performance before 2,000 fans at
the Westminster Central Hall in London to help kick off Queen's
May has previously credit Lambert with
“waking up” Queen after the 1991 death of Freddie Mercury, the
group's vocalist, from complications from AIDS.
“Adam has really transformed, I must
say. And, he shares that with Freddie,” May told Polish site
“Freddie was always good, but he transformed himself from a singer
who could do this and that into this really sort of god-like
performer. Adam is the same. He's really evolved, hugely.”
“He's much more comfortable in his
shoes. He's much more confident with an audience. In fact, it is
like he was born to it. He's grown into the part,” May added.