Queen’s current vocalist Adam Lambert has shared a new post on his official Twitter account and showed his respect to Freddie Mercury in a classy way.
As you might remember, in 1985, Queen joined the Live Aid in which organized to raise funds for relief of the ongoing Ethiopian famine. In this event, over one million money had been raised.
In February 2020, Queen and Adam Lambert did another Live Aid for the Fire Fight Australia. For a while, Australian people have been suffering from huge bush fires that affect at least half of the country. In this horrible disaster, over 25.5 million acres have burned and around 3.000 homes have been destroyed or damaged.
Yesterday, Adam Lambert has revealed that this 22 minutes concert was the same as Queen did in 1985. Adam praised Freddie by singing the exact setlist that Freddie had sung earlier. In this way, Adam showed his respect to the legendary vocalists.
Here is what Adam Lambert said:
“You can finally watch the full 22 Minute Live Aid Performance for #FireFightAustralia on YouTube!
This is the first time since 1985 this set has been performed!! Watch and help continue to support @FireFightAU”
A fan named Susan replied:
“Many thanks to you & Queen for supporting this cause! You brought light and love during a time of unbelievable loss for Australia, and the world. It was a terrific performance, and an unforgettable night!”
Another fan named Diana said:
“You all killed it. No others could compare to you! And so glad they included the Freddie part that was cut out on some previous versions!”
You can check his tweet and watch the concert below.
— ADAM LAMBERT (@adamlambert) March 6, 2020