Nate Ruess to Sing With Queen

2013-09-19 by LITERALLY Donald Trump | 25 Comments
Nate Ruess of the indie pop band Fun. will be joining rock legends (and his personal influences) Queen on stage this Friday (September 20th, 2013) at the iHeartRadio Music Festival.

Current Queen touring frontman Adam Lambert will also be at the concert, so it is currently unknown how many songs Ruess will be performing, although 'Somebody To Love' and 'Fat Bottomed Girls' are considered to be confirmed as he was seen practicing the songs with the band.

For more info, follow the link below:
altpress.com/news/entry/nate_ruess_fun._to_perform_tomorrow_with_queen_at_ iheartradio_festival

Tagged: Queen

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Satellite
September 19th 2013
24699 Comments


Nate Ruess to Sing With What's Left of Queen

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
September 19th 2013
30549 Comments


oh... okay.

Zeiu
September 19th 2013
206 Comments


coool

elephantREVOLUTION
September 19th 2013
2947 Comments


nice. he might be a better fit than lambert

Green Baron
September 19th 2013
23460 Comments


since fun were already wannabe queens they'll fit well

Apollo
September 19th 2013
10670 Comments


Everyone involved in this idiocy needs to stop making music.

OrangeBLOOD
September 19th 2013
120 Comments


What's the point???

tommygun
September 19th 2013
26625 Comments


gay

Fieryfenderz
September 19th 2013
1853 Comments


cool

Veldin
September 19th 2013
2925 Comments


Huh.

weedblunt
September 19th 2013
558 Comments


fucking terrible

SingForTheDead
September 19th 2013
96 Comments


God dammit.

VicariousIntent
September 20th 2013
1626 Comments


I actually think this is great, fuck you guys

weedblunt
September 20th 2013
558 Comments


no fuck you for not recognizing nate as a huge worthless douche bag

SitarHero
September 20th 2013
5924 Comments


Nope nope nope nope nope nope nope nope nope.

Also, there's something wrong with the link.

OrangeBLOOD
September 20th 2013
120 Comments


This guy makes me ashamed that my name is Nate.

Trebor.
Staff Reviewer
September 20th 2013
55043 Comments


Queen just stop

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BTBAMbear
September 20th 2013
104 Comments


Predictable

larrytheslug
September 20th 2013
1587 Comments


i didnt know the queen could sing?

East Hastings
September 20th 2013
4402 Comments


^

Calc
Contributing Reviewer
September 20th 2013
15647 Comments


holy fuck that was funny....

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TheGreatQ
September 20th 2013
2499 Comments


I actually think this is great, fuck you guys [2]

But at the same time

Queen just stop [2]



Midjicka
September 20th 2013
271 Comments


Not really surprised by this at all, he will probably be a good fit for Queen.

ViperAces
September 20th 2013
12570 Comments


damn

CynicalComplex
September 20th 2013
101 Comments


I actually think this is great, fuck you guys [3]

But at the same time

Queen just stop [3]



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