Queen and Adam Lambert
Queen formed in 1971 and in 1973 they released their first album, Queen. The same year saw their first major UK tour, and the following year they released Queen II as well as making their first UK headlining tour. 1975 saw the release of A Night At The Opera, and one of their most significant singles, Bohemian Rhapsody. By 1986 they had released 14 albums and were at the height of their success.
On 23rd November 1991, Freddie Mercury announced to the world that he had AIDS and the next day he died peacefully at his home. In 1995 the tracks that Queen had begun in 1991 were completed by Brian, Roger and John and the long-awaited Made In Heaven was released worldwide.
Since 2012 Queen have enjoyed a fruitful collaboration with US singer/songwriter Adam Lambert and have toured extensively across North and South America, Europe, the UK, Asia and Australia and New Zealand. The band will be out on the road throughout 2017 playing over 50 shows including The SSE Hydro in December.