As we recently reported here on TGD, it was rumored that Adam Lambert would be singing for Queen, and doing a concert tour with the band. Now that has officially come to pass, and he’ll be singing with the band this summer.
It was such a damn shame when Freddie Mercury died, because Queen were finally coming back, and could have enjoyed a whole new life as a band. You can never replace such a singular talent as Freddie, although Queen has recorded and toured with Paul Rodgers from Bad Company.
Archaeologists working in Guatemala say they've discovered the tomb of Lady K'abel, a seventh-century queen considered one of the greatest Mayan rulers.
We’re certainly big fans of the band Queen here on TG, and Freddie Mercury was an extraordinary talent, the likes of which we’ll never see again.
You knew a list like this was going to pop up not long after the Tupac hologram appeared at Coachella.
With Freddie Mercury's death, the world lost a singular talent that can never be replaced, and his passing left a big void in the rock world.
Hard to believe it's been this long, but I was just reminded that we lost Freddie Mercury twenty years ago on November 24, 1991.
Those hoping to feel like they're actually at the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton will be disappointed to hear that the event will not be broadcast in 3D as originally planned.
It's a tough life being a queen. Last week, Britain's Elizabeth II visited a salt factory and a jelly factory, as well as giving audiences to a startling number of foreign big-wigs.
Queen Elizabeth II now has her own Flickr site, complete with family snaps and some old photos that have been kicking about at the back of drawers for decades.