You know I’ve been looking forward to this for awhile. Adam Lambert released “Velvet: Side A”, late September, and I finally had the chance to listen to it. Quick Links Listen to Adam Keep up with Adam Stay in the… Read on
Adam Lambert dropped a gift song to his fans, last week, with a full statement about his journey back to working on new music of his own. Listen To Adam Lambert Keep up with Adam Adam Lambert Hit A Low… Read on
Adam Lambert brings Cher to tears with her own song. In a captivating performance at the 41st Annual Kennedy Center, Adam honors Cher and shows us why he’s still working, ten years after American Idol. Watch Adam Lambert sing Keep… Read on
Written for Kurrent Music Published July 5th 2017 Any song called “Two Fux” is bound to get my attention, especially when I hear the artist singing it, is Adam Lambert. Adam is my musical zone. Whenever I have like a ton of… Read on
Written for Kurrent Music Published April 4th 2016 Adam Lambert Is Taking This Track Home When I heard about this latest Adam Lambert collaboration, I knew I just had to check it out. Adam has always been exploring electronic dance… Read on
Published January 15th 2016 Adam Lambert has landed his first acting role for a TV movie. Already having played on stage, the role of Eddie in Fox’s reboot of Rocky Horror Picture Show will be his debut on the small… Read on
Published November 3rd 2015 They say imitation is the highest form of flattery and Janet Jackson has been imitated by many. Just a simple search on YouTube will lead you to many unnown singers covering her. However, also her famous… Read on
Written for Kurrent Music Published October 9th 2015
Adam Lambert review
Strut it Mr. Lambert
Now, I’ve actually missed his American Idol-rise to fame, so my first introduction to Adam Lambert was hearing him on the radio. He was singing to me – in frustration – “Whataya Want From Me?” and I was sold. Loved it!
Bring On The Theatrics
In his music, Adam Lambert sounds like he’s every bit of himself. The more I learn about his history, playing in musicals one moment and fronting a rock band in another, the more his music seems to make to sense.
It seems to complete the picture. There’s always a bit of drama in his lyrics, a bit of being a “showman” in his vocal delivery and a complete unpredictability in the type of music he’ll do.
This blog (and review) about Adam made it to the top 10 most popular blogs on the Kurrent Music platform. Thanks to support of his fans on Twitter, who retweeted the promo for the blog. The blog was #6 of their top 10 for over a year. Yeah! A BIG thank you to all the Adam Lammbert fans out there!