Roger Taylor talks the new Queen song “damn good,” which he co-wrote with Brian May in Nashville.
ROGER TAYLOR has stated that he and Brian May are working on a new Queen song that is “damn good.”
Queen’s final album, Made In Heaven, was released after Freddie Mercury’s death in 1991, and featured the late singer’s postmortem vocals. Shortly after, bassist John Deacon announced his retirement from the music industry. Of course, Queen has continued with Paul Rodgers and now Adam Lambert, despite the fact that no new songs have been released other than the charity hit You Are The Champions.
Queen and Adam Lambert, on the other hand, have been collaborating on new music.
In an interview with MOJO, Roger confirmed the story, but revealed that Brian was no longer excited about it.
“Well, Brian suddenly lost interest and I don’t really know why,” said the Queen drummer, who was promoting his new solo album Outsider. We began in Nashville, when we were all exhausted.
“We couldn’t come up with a title, and the lyric seemed a touch too depressing for Queen, perhaps.”
Do you like to hear the latest music from your favorite artists? To listen to limitless music on Amazon Music, sign up for a free 30-day trial at this link. “But it was really darn excellent, and I hope it comes to light,” Roger added, giving supporters optimism. In a June interview with This website, the 72-year-old revealed a little more about Queen’s new song.
“Well, we haven’t done a lot since obviously Adam has been in LA for the majority of the time,” the Queen drummer explained.
“But we talked about stuff, and I’d love to work with him in the future since he’s such a fantastic artist.”
“He’s certainly one of the greatest vocalists in the world,” Roger observed of Adam. So while doing something would be good, we don’t have anything ready.” He noted that Queen and Adam Lambert have published their live CD, Live Around The World, for the time being, but who knows whether they’ll release new songs at a later date? The rock legend appears to be eager for the song to be released whenever it is appropriate.
“It’s always a possibility,” Brian told us in October of last year. We just haven’t gotten around to it yet.” “I can reveal that we have dabbled in the studio,” Brian continued. We did dabble in secret, simply to see what would happen. “Brinkwire News Summary.”