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Queen's Roger Taylor discusses the band's future with Adam Lambert

Vocal powerhouse Adam Lambert has been a huge credit to the remaining members of Queen over the past few years and drummer Roger Taylor has revealed that they plan to keep touring together as "long as we can deliver".

Roger Taylor chatted to BBC Radio 2 about still performing with the iconic band and confessed that both himself and guitarist Brian May are delighted that they're able to keep going thanks to the "Ghost Town" sensation's involvement:

"We are - it's Brian (May) and myself. We can't believe it - we're still doing it. We've got this wonderful American Adam Lambert, who is an extraordinary talent and singer, and it just works."

Taylor added: "Absolutely no way did I think we'd still be going. Brian and I thought that was it when Freddie went [...] We'll do it as long as we can deliver and right now we've really enjoyed the two tours we've done this year... we've really enjoyed them."

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