Hmm, about the no dates.
Does Adam realise there was more to Freddie than his mustache and accent? Why not speak about the lyrics, the fans, but to focus on those 2 things, and what he is going to wear
The problem with reading those type of articles is that they take quotes from their original source and recycle them often with a bias towards what the writer wants to focus on in an interview.
Those quotes were taken from a video interview Adam did for a radio station a couple of days ago but it's quite difficult to track them down from that article, and then it's tricky to get them to play properly. When you do see the video you see that an in depth discussion of Queen lyrics would have been inappropriate as it was a very light hearted discussion mainly about Adams music as well as a bit of fooling around with the interviewer. Queen was just mentioned as a side issue, and a lot of the questions came from the fans who had managed to get tickets to the event.
If you want to see the real context of the comments you have to watch the videos, and even I have found that difficult because they keep cutting out on me before the end which is very frustrating.http://www.1075theriver.com/iplaylist/a ... 615/?_showhttp://www.1075theriver.com/player/?mid=21896145http://www.1075theriver.com/player/?mid=21896155
I'm pretty sure that Adam knows there was much more to Freddie than his accent and his 'tash but it would have been inappropriate to discuss that in depth in those surroundings.
I've been one of the News Gatherers for the Lambrits Daily News page for a couple of years now and it quickly became obvious that the majority of articles written about an event are generally recycled comments from interviews in other publications and it's always wise to track down the original interview to get the full picture. Even then writers often skew the answers to suit themselves and make things more exiting and controversial than they are, so the best interviews are generally on video so the context is totally clear.