With a career that spans more than 40 years, legendary British rock band Queen have accumulated an impressive list of achievements, sales and awards. A big part of the credit went to Freddie Mercury, the lead singer and co-writer of so many songs by the group that also included Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon at the height of their success. Since Mercury's death in 1991, Queen has never officially disbanded, and the members have had dubious successes over the years, both together and solo, have lived through times of peace and times when they're not so pleased with each other. The latest milestone is incorporating Adam Lambert into the act as lead vocalist. Lambert is likely best known as the guy who came in second in the eighth season of 'American Idol'. After playing Barcelona in 2016, the band are back at Palau Sant Jordi celebrating the 40th anniversary of the album 'News of the World' (1977, five years before Lambert was born), which includes the megahit 'We Are the Champions', among others.