Queen & Adam Lambert Rocked Seattle’s Key Arena

Queen and Adam Lambert definitely rocked the sold-out crowd at Seattle’s Key Arena last night. Their chemistry was palpable and energetic. They gave the crowd everything they expected and more. There was something for every fan in the audience.

Adam Lambert worked the guitar-shaped stage like he owned it. He threw hip-thrusts and sexy dance moves like no ones business. He sported bright red hair and a silver star-spangled jacket to accent the whole thing. The red pants fit in all the right places and the crowd noticed.

The crew opened with “We Will Rock You.” It as a promise they kept throughout the entire show. Brian May and Roger Taylor (the only original members of Queen present) were living it up. They served up nostalgia for the older crowd and taught new fans the history of Queen with every guitar riff and drum beat. We will always miss Freddie Mercury but I am sure he would have enjoyed the show.

They played all of the favorites including: “Radio Ga Ga;” “Fat Bottomed Girls;” “Bohemian Rhapsody;” and dedicated “Under Pressure” to David Bowie. The encore was comprised of triumphant with “We Are The Champions.”

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More Info About Queen:

In an incredible career spanning four decades, Queen’s indelible influence is unrivalled, with a staggering list of awards, accolades, and honors to their name including seven Ivor Novellos, an MTV Global Icon Award, and two songs enshrined in the Grammy Hall of Fame. With record sales in the hundreds of millions of units – including their Greatest Hits collection, which sold over 6 million copies in the UK alone, meaning one in three households owns a copy – and a string of No. 1 albums and chart-topping singles, Queen are undoubtedly one of the UK’s most successful and best-loved national treasures. With one of the most enduring song catalogues of all time, including “We Will Rock You,” “We Are The Champions,” “Don’t Stop Me Now,” “RADIO GAGA,” “Somebody to Love,” “Another One Bites the Dust,” and of course “Bohemian Rhapsody,” their musical repertoire is second to none and the legacy created by Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor, and John Deacon lives on through the ongoing live work by May and Taylor, now joined by Adam Lambert.

About Adam Lambert

Adam Lambert’s debut album, For Your Entertainment, earned him a Grammy Award nomination for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance and a worldwide smash hit with “Whataya Want From Me.” His second album, Trespassing, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard charts. In 2013, he appeared as a guest star on the hit TV series, GLEE. Adam released his highly anticipated third album, The Original High, in 2015, which entered the worldwide chart at number 3, and took his overall worldwide sales to over 3 million units. The album was his first for Warner Bros Records and was executive produced by Max Martin and Shellback. He completed his worldwide tour in support of the album, playing sold out shows all over the world, and went on to play Eddie in the Fox version of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Adam has just finished his stint as a judge on The X Factor Australia, and he is currently recording his follow up to The Original High.

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Earle Dutton

Earle Dutton

Earle Dutton is the Chief Blogger and Editor of Equality365.com. He founded Equality365.com in 2013 to provide information about LGBTQ friendly events of interest, and to support LGBTQ entertainers and supportive artists who visit our community. Earle is a successful businessman in the Pacific Northwest with a long history of support for and involvement in, the Northwest LGBTQ community. His personal interests include: music, theater, pets, culinary arts and technology.

3 Replies to “Queen & Adam Lambert Rocked Seattle’s Key Arena”

  1. Dakota says:

    They are magnificent, joyous, talented, and whip the audience into a frenzy with one hit after another. Adam goes from sexy to ridiculous in the blink of an eye, always with a raised eyebrow to let you know he isn’t taking himself too seriously. As he has said many times, including in his new release, Two Fux, “It ain’t that deep.” Best concert you will see this year, guaranteed.

  2. atomom says:

    To breathe the same air as Adam Lambert is to be lifted for a magical moment from the weight of the political maelstrom we’ve been swirling in. Adam has been a consequential part of this mix, tweaking convention while inspiring example. Last night in soaring vocal and sartorial bloom, Adam gave us scintillating proof that being different can be a source for all kinds of celebration. Thank you, Adam for gloriously different.

    1. Rachel Witherspoon says:

      atomom- I love the way you write! Your colorful use of words bring your thoughts to life. I have to believe you’re a professional writer of some kind because your comments are so well written. Thank you for your vivid description of your experience with the concert.

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