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Adam Lambert
American Idol #2 Singer

Adam Mitchel Lambert is a Jewish singer-songwriter and stage actor. Born in Indianapolis but raised in San Diego, Adam Lambert had dreamed of becoming a performer after appearing in numerous amateur productions in his childhood and adolescence. His passion overtook him when deciding to drop out of college, pursue his career, and perform in various professional theatrical productions across the world.


Adam Lambert came to prominence following his appearance on the eighth season of American Idol.[2] Although Adam Lambert was runner-up, Adam Lambert launched a music career with the release of his debut studio album For Your Entertainment (2009) after signing with 19 in a joint venture with RCA. Debuting at number three on the Billboard 200, selling 198,000 copies in the U.S. in its first week, and reaching the top 10 in several countries worldwide, the album subsequently achieved international success with its singles "For Your Entertainment", "Whataya Want from Me" and "If I Had You".[3][4][5] Soon after, Adam Lambert embarked on his first headlining worldwide concert tour, Glam Nation, making him the only American Idol contestant to do so in the year following his Idol season. The tour was followed by two live releases: an extended play entitled Acoustic Live! (2010), and a live CD/DVD Glam Nation Live (2011), which debuted at number one on the SoundScan Music Video chart.[6] Adam Lambert took executive producer credit and was a principal writer on his second studio album, Trespassing, which was released to critical acclaim on May 15, 2012.[7] Trespassing made its debut in the number one spot on the Billboard 200 album chart,[8] also topping the Billboard Digital Albums Chart and Canada's Digital Albums Chart.[9][10] With this accomplishment, Adam Lambert makes music history as the first openly gay artist to achieve the top charting position.[11][12][13]

Citing influence from various artists, Adam Lambert has become recognized for his flamboyant, theatrical and androgynous performance style, and his powerful and technically skilled tenor voice with multi-octave range.[14][15] Adam Lambert has accrued numerous awards and nominations, including a Grammy nomination for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance, and has sold nearly two million copies of his debut album worldwide as of April 2012[16] and 4.2 million singles worldwide as of January 2011.[17] The Times identified Adam Lambert as the first openly gay mainstream pop artist to launch a career on a major label in the U.S., while The LA Times ranked him fifth in its list of the top 120 American Idol contestants.[18][19]


Early life (1982–2000)

Adam Lambert was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, on January 29, 1982, to mother Leila (née Mitchel), an interior designer; and father Eber Adam Lambert, a program manager for Novatel Wireless.[20] Adam Lambert has a younger brother, Neil.[20] His father is of mostly Norwegian descent and his mother is Jewish. Adam Lambert was raised in his mother's religion[21][22][23] and has performed in Hebrew at Jewish events, singing songs such as "Shir LaShalom" at a 2005 tribute concert to assassinated Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin,[24] and at the San Diego Temple of the Arts, including a performance of "The Prayer" at the Kol Nidre service on the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur.[25]

Shortly after Adam Lambert's birth, his family moved to California when a job opportunity opened for his father in San Diego.[26] At first, they lived in Rancho Bernardo but settled in Rancho Peñasquitos after his brother was born.[26] Attending Deer Canyon Elementary School, Adam Lambert began performing with Metropolitan Educational Theatre network from the age of nine and appeared in local productions of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown and Fiddler on the Roof with the company.[26][27] Around this age, Adam Lambert also received voice coaching and continued his passion for performing while Adam Lambert attended Mesa Verde Middle School.[20]

While attending Mount Carmel High School (MCHS), Adam Lambert became heavily involved with theater and choir, frequently performed vocals with the school's jazz band, MC Jazz, and loyally competed in the local Air Bands competitions.[26] Some of his memorable MCHS performances included Frederic in The Pirates of Penzance and "It's Only a Paper Moon" with MC Jazz.[28] Still thrilled by the stage, Adam Lambert auditioned for Starlight Theatre, a professional outdoor theater company in Balboa Park, where Adam Lambert performed in the ensemble for Hello, Dolly!, Camelot, The Music Man, Grease and as Captain Hook in Peter Pan.[20][26] After graduating in 2000, Adam Lambert moved to Orange County to attend college. Shortly after enrollment, Adam Lambert had a change of heart, pushed by his intense desire to perform. Adam Lambert left school after only five weeks and moved to Los Angeles. "I just decided that what I really wanted to do was try to work in the real entertainment world," Adam Lambert said. "Life is all about taking risks to get what you want."[28]

Career beginnings (2001–2008)

At 19, Adam Lambert landed his first job, touring on a cruise ship with Anita Mann Productions for ten months.[29] Afterwards, Adam Lambert began auditioning again and performed in light opera in Orange County, California.[29] By 21, Adam Lambert was signed with a manager and cast in a European tour of Hair for six months.[29] "That was a huge turning point for me personally, because I finally got comfortable in my own skin. I was discovering a lot about myself. Sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll, a lot of it."[29] Adam Lambert dyed his hair black, and while in Germany, reportedly started smoking cannabis and tried ecstasy.[30] In 2004, Adam Lambert appeared in the Theatre Under the Stars (TUTS) production of Brigadoon[31] and a Pasadena Playhouse production of 110 in the Shade,[32] before being cast in the role of Joshua in The Ten Commandments: The Musical at the Kodak Theatre alongside Val Kilmer. Adam Lambert, still unknown, was one of the few facets of the production to garner a positive review.[32][33] After coming to the attention of the casting director for the musical Wicked, Adam Lambert was hired as the understudy for the role of Fiyero in addition to being an ensemble member in the first national touring production of the musical from 2005, and the Los Angeles production from 2007. Adam Lambert finished performances with the musical in 2008.[32] Beginning in 2004, Adam Lambert regularly performed at the Upright Cabaret and the Zodiac Show, which was co-created by Carmit Bachar of the Pussycat Dolls.

During this same period, Adam Lambert briefly moonlighted as the front man for underground rock band The Citizen Vein with Steve Sidelnyk, Tommy Victor and Monte Pittman.[34] Adam Lambert remembers, "We did three gigs and that was it and we recorded a couple things, like rough recordings, and I don't know, it didn't quite click."[35] Adam Lambert also worked as a demo singer and a session musician; a compilation of his 2005 recordings were later released on the album Take One (2009)[36] by Hi Fi Recordings and Wilshire Records. Upon their release, Adam Lambert issued a statement: "Back in 2005 when I was a struggling artist, I was hired as a studio singer to lend my vocals to tracks written by someone else. I was broke at the time and this was my chance to make a few bucks, so I jumped at the opportunity to record for my first time in a professional studio. The work I did back then in no way reflects the music I am currently in the studio working on."[37]

American Idol (2009)

Main articles: American Idol (season 8) and For Your Entertainment (album)

Adam Lambert singing the national anthem during his visit to MCAS Miramar (2009)
Adam Lambert auditioned for the eighth season of American Idol in San Francisco, California. Adam Lambert recalls his decision to audition for the show came after a week at Burning Man: "I had a psychedelic experience where I looked up at the clouds and went, 'Oh!' I realized that we all have our own power, and that whatever I wanted to do, I had to make happen."[38] During his initial audition, Adam Lambert sang the songs "Crazy", "Rock With You" and "Bohemian Rhapsody".[35] Although advancing to Hollywood week and performing "What's Up" and "Believe" as solos and "Some Kind of Wonderful" in the group performance,[39] judges Simon Cowell and Kara DioGuardi feared Adam Lambert was too theatrical.[35] Nonetheless, Adam Lambert advanced to the top 36 where contestants were split into three groups of 12. Adam Lambert was in group 2 and performed "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction",[39] after which, Adam Lambert was voted into the top 13, joining fellow group 2 performers Allison Iraheta and Kris Allen. Adam Lambert and Allen became roommates in the Idol mansion.[21]

The first week of live shows, Adam Lambert sang Michael Jackson's "Black or White", leading to praiseful support from all four judges.[40] The following week, Adam Lambert sang a version of "Ring of Fire". While Randy Jackson, DioGuardi, and Paula Abdul all liked his performance, Cowell called it "indulgent rubbish".[40] On Motown night, Adam Lambert sang an acoustic version of The Miracles' "The Tracks of My Tears". The judges all liked it, and Smokey Robinson, the week's mentor and the original singer-songwriter, gave Adam Lambert a standing ovation. When Adam Lambert performed "Play That Funky Music", DioGuardi capped the judge's across-the-board positive reaction with: "Every week I cannot wait to get to the show and see what you’re going to do next."[40] Advancing to the top 8, Adam Lambert sang the 2001 Michael Andrews and Gary Jules arrangement of "Mad World". Because the show had exceeded its time slot, only Cowell gave a critique, which Adam Lambert did by simply giving Adam Lambert a standing ovation (the only standing ovation that Cowell gave during his ten-year run as a judge on American Idol). During the results show the next night, the other judges agreed that a standing ovation was the best critique of Adam Lambert's performance.[40] The next week, Adam Lambert performed "Born to Be Wild" to which Abdul responded, "You're one of the bravest contestants I've ever witnessed" but Cowell questioned the version's overall likability to the general public.[40]

Photos of Adam Lambert romantically kissing another man surfaced in the midst of the American Idol competition. Highlighted as controversial, they were presented and discussed by conservative commentators on The O'Reilly Factor, who called them "embarrassing", but did not agree that the images would impact the competition.[41] Adam Lambert confirmed that the photos were of him, stating Adam Lambert had nothing to hide and has always been open about his life.[42] Mainstream media speculation centered on Adam Lambert's sexuality; presuming Adam Lambert was gay, Adam Lambert would be the first gay American Idol.[43][note 1] Much of the media focus regarded the readiness of American Idol voters for an openly gay winner.[43] Asked by Rolling Stone whether the speculation surrounding his sexual orientation impacted the final vote, Adam Lambert laughed and said "probably".[44] Adam Lambert confirmed that Adam Lambert was gay in a Rolling Stone cover story interview shortly after Adam Lambert was named the American Idol runner-up.[30]

For his second top 7 performance, Adam Lambert sang "If I Can't Have You", delivering what DioGuardi described as his "most memorable performance", while Cowell described his vocals as "immaculate" and Abdul was reduced to tears.[40] A week later, Adam Lambert returned with "Feeling Good" which received mixed reception from the judges who felt his edgy and dramatic theatrical performance was "a little too Broadway." For the only time, Adam Lambert ended up in the bottom two after the public vote, but received enough votes to remain in the competition.[40] Down to the top 4, Adam Lambert was the first to perform and sang "Whole Lotta Love". Cowell commented, "that was one of my favorite performances" admitting that "nobody can top that now", while Abdul described Adam Lambert's performance as "a whole lotta perfect." Adam Lambert followed it by "nailing" his duet of "Slow Ride" with fellow competitor Allison Iraheta later in the night.[40] For the top 3 show, Adam Lambert performed "One" before Cowell declared, "If you are not in the final next week, it will be one of the biggest upsets", and followed it with "Cryin' before Abdul affirmed, "we'll be seeing you next week and many years after that."[40] Adam Lambert also visited his hometown and reprised his earlier successes of "Black or White" and "Mad World" at his alma mater, Mount Carmel High School.[45] Afterwards, San Diego mayor Jerry Sanders declared May 8, 2009, " Adam Lambert Day."[46]

Friends from the start, Adam Lambert and Kris Allen were safe, and into the final. Adam Lambert performed three solo songs in the final, reprising "Mad World" as his choice. Adam Lambert followed this by the 1960s civil rights anthem "A Change Is Gonna Come", picked by producer Simon Fuller, to a tremendously positive judge reaction. "That was the best I've EVER heard you sing, EVER EVER EVER EVER EVER!" cooed Abdul. "Whatever happens with this Idol journey, I know you're going to be iconic."[40] The mandatory winner's single, "No Boundaries", was then performed by both Adam Lambert and Allen. After the performance, Cowell summed up Adam Lambert's journey, "Over the entire season, you've been one of the best, most original contestants we've ever had on the show. The hope and whole idea of a show like this is to find a worldwide star, and I truly believe we've found that in you."[40] Alongside the usual solo performances, Adam Lambert also performed a medley of "Beth", "Detroit Rock City", and "Rock and Roll All Nite" with rock band Kiss and joined with Kris Allen, Brian May and Roger Taylor (of Queen) to perform the anthem "We Are the Champions" during the final episode before the results were announced.[47] Adam Lambert was announced as the runner-up for the eighth season of American Idol but, upon winning, Kris Allen stated, "Adam deserved this." Explaining this remark later, Allen said that Adam Lambert thought Adam Lambert deserved to win as much as Adam Lambert did, and that Adam Lambert "was the most consistent person all year. Adam Lambert was seriously one of the most gifted performers that I've ever met."[48] Adam Lambert's version of the winner's single was released alongside Allen's version. The LA Times later ranked Adam Lambert 5th in its list of the top 120 American Idol contestants, selected from seasons 1 to 9 of the show, above Allen.[49]

Fresh from the competition, Adam Lambert participated in the American Idols LIVE! Tour 2009 with his fellow top 10 contestants which visited 50 cities in the United States and Canada from July 5 to September 15, 2009 and was the recipient of two 2009 awards: the Young Hollywood Award for Artist of the Year and the Teen Choice Award for Male Reality/Variety Star.[50][51] Adam Lambert reteamed with fellow American Idol contestants Kris Allen and Allison Iraheta for a special Idols Rock My Town concert in February which was held at the Highline Ballroom in New York City.[52] When Adam Lambert appeared a guest on Larry King Live (guest-hosted by Ryan Seacrest) along with Kris Allen, judge Paula Abdul, and the rest of the top ten finalists, Adam Lambert stated that Adam Lambert planned to create a pop rock, multi-genre album fused with electronic production.[53] Adam Lambert stuck to those intentions; the album Adam Lambert subsequently released conformed highly to his description of the album Adam Lambert planned to make.[54]

Adam Lambert at the 16th Screen Actors Guild Awards (2010)
For Your Entertainment, Adam Lambert's debut studio album, was released in 2009. Number three on the Billboard 200[55] and selling 198,000 copies in the United States in its first week,[5] the album sees Adam Lambert in collaboration with a number of producers, majorly Rob Cavallo, and a string of writers that includes Matthew Bellamy, Ryan Tedder, Rivers Cuomo, Justin Hawkins, P!nk, Linda Perry and Lady Gaga.[56] At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 71, which indicates "generally favorable reviews" with Entertainment Weekly writing, "he's still the belle of what turns out to be one heck of a glitter-pop ball," and All Music Guide stating, "there's a lot of pure pop pleasure here, more than any immediate post-Idol album has ever delivered." But Rolling Stone gave it a more mixed review: "The songs sound great but feel strangely stuffy--[it] seems like a disc that was overthought."[57] Its Claude Kelly and Dr. Luke-produced lead single "For Your Entertainment" preceded the album's release but was not as successful as its second single "Whataya Want from Me" which impacted on charts worldwide, became his highest-peaking single (at number 10) on the Billboard Hot 100, and was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance at the 53rd awards ceremony. Another notable single included on the album was "Time for Miracles", which was originally intended as only the ending theme for the disaster movie 2012; Queen guitarist Brian May lauded the "truly sensational" song, admitting that Adam Lambert was "completely blown away" upon hearing the track.[58] Since its release, For Your Entertainment has sold nearly 2 million copies worldwide[59] and was certified gold in the US.[3][60][54]

On November 22, Adam Lambert performed "For Your Entertainment" at the American Music Awards of 2009. The controversial performance, which was the night's finale, showed Adam Lambert kissing a male bassist, grinding a dancer's head against his pelvis, and grabbing the crotch of another.[61] In response, the Parents Television Council, a conservative decency campaigning group,[62] urged viewers to complain to the FCC,[63] despite the fact that the performance occurred "outside the FCC's usual 6am-10pm time frame prohibiting the broadcast of indecent material".[64] ABC received about 1,500 telephoned complaints and cancelled Adam Lambert's scheduled November 25 performance on Good Morning America.[65][66] Consequently, CBS invited Adam Lambert to perform on The Early Show instead, on the same date, in New York City.[67] When discussing the incident in a backstage Rolling Stone interview after the performance, Adam Lambert stated: "Female performers have been doing this for years—pushing the envelope about sexuality—and the minute a man does it, everybody freaks out. We're in 2009—it's time to take risks, be a little more brave, time to open people's eyes and if it offends them, then maybe I'm not for them. My goal was not to piss people off, it was to promote freedom of expression and artistic freedom."[61] Adam Lambert returned to the AMAs two years later as a presenter, and was warmly received.[68]

In the months surrounding his album release, Adam Lambert appeared on the cover of a number of high-profile magazines including Entertainment Weekly in May 2009,[69] Rolling Stone in June 2009[70] and Details in November 2009.[71] In his Details shoot Adam Lambert was photographed with a nude woman, sparking controversy.[72] His Rolling Stone cover story became the magazine's best selling issue of the year.[73] Adam Lambert appeared on the cover of Out magazine in their "Out 100" issue (11/09),[74] again sparking controversy when Out's publisher issued him an open letter questioning the "gayness" of his image.[75] The Canadian website and magazine Rockstar Weekly published an Adam Lambert fan magazine in February 2010 featuring inspirational stories from fans around the world. The issue sold out quickly in its limited first run and was re-issued in October 2010 with extra pages.[76] In April it was revealed that Adam Lambert had been chosen one of People Magazine's Most Beautiful People 2010.[77] Adam Lambert appeared on the cover of Japan's May 2010 issue of Rolling Stone magazine, after his single "For Your Entertainment" reached its fifth consecutive number-one spot on their radio airplay charts.[78] In November 2011, Adam Lambert appeared on the cover of The Advocate, which included an in-depth interview about his upcoming album and other topics.[79] The issue immediately became a sought-after item, since the magazine is available by subscription only.[80] Adam Lambert was chosen for Barbara Walters' 10 Most Fascinating People of 2009, and appeared on the December 10 show to be interviewed by Walters.[81]

In support of the album, Adam Lambert appeared on various programs and at events, both in the US and internationally. These included radio-sponsored events, live concerts, and televised programming. In late 2009, Adam Lambert performed on the Late Show with David Letterman, [82]The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien,[83] the season finale of So You Think You Can Dance,[84] and The Jay Leno Show.[85] Adam Lambert also appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show,[86] The View,[87] and The Oprah Winfrey Show,[88][89] where Adam Lambert gave lengthy interviews about his album and career, as well as performing. In December 2009, Adam Lambert hosted and performed at radio-sponsored Jingle Balls in New York, Miami and Tampa, Florida.[90] To ring in the New Year, Adam Lambert headlined the Gridlock New Year's Eve 2010 festival at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles, which was hosted by Pamela Anderson, and benefited the American Red Cross.[91] In February 2010, AOL Music presented a special, intimate, five-song mini-concert on AOL Sessions where Adam Lambert performed "Whataya Want from Me", the Lady Gaga-written "Fever", "Strut", "If I Had You" and "Soaked".[92] The same month, Adam Lambert performed another intimate acoustic concert for IHeartRadio where Adam Lambert stopped the performance of "Whataya Want from Me" to ask an audience member to stop talking on her cell phone.[93] Later that month, Adam Lambert performed his first official solo concert, held at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, California,[94] where played to a sold-out audience of 3,500 fans, some of whom came from as far away as Thailand and Australia to attend the concert.[95] On March 31, 2010, Adam Lambert performed a set in Berns, Stockholm, Sweden.[96] In April 2010, Adam Lambert performed two concerts in British Columbia, Canada; the first on April 8 in Coquitlam, BC, and another concert at the River Rock Casino Resort in Richmond B.C. the following night.[97] A year later in May 2011, Adam Lambert performed at the Maxidrom Festival in Moscow, Russia, to an estimated crowd of 50,000 people[98] while July saw him at the Ste Agathe en Feux Festival in Quebec, Canada.

At the start of June 2010, Adam Lambert embarked on his debut headlining concert tour Glam Nation, playing throughout the United States with Allison Iraheta and Orianthi before performing throughout Europe and Asia. His concert in Malaysia on October 10, 2010, went ahead as planned, despite protests from an Islamist political party.[99] Adam Lambert performed a total of 113 shows; nearly all of them sold out.[100] The concert performed at Indianapolis was filmed for Adam Lambert's first video release Glam Nation Live, a package included a 13-track CD with a DVD which featured the concert and behind-the-scenes footage.[101] The concert, which MTV called "out of this world", and his subsequent video release, were well-received, with Entertainment Weekly saying that it "sizzles" with the energy that Adam Lambert's vocals bring in a live concert setting.[102] Glam Nation Live debuted at number one on the SoundScan Music Video chart[103] and landed in the number-12 spot on Billboard's 2011 year-end chart for music video sales.[104] This followed the release of his first extended play (EP), titled Acoustic Live!, which included acoustic versions of his songs recorded live in various countries. The EP garnered excellent reviews and was called "electrifying" by the New York Daily News.[105][106][107]

On November 6, 2011, Adam Lambert joined the legendary band Queen as lead singer for a special performance at the MTV Europe Music Awards held in Belfast, Northern Ireland, where the band was honored with the Global Icon Award. In a "spectacular" performance that closed the show, Adam Lambert and Queen presented a medley of the classic hits “The Show Must Go On”, "We Will Rock You", and "We Are the Champions".[108] On December 9, Roger Taylor was quoted as saying they are in talks with Adam Lambert about fronting some more live shows for Queen, calling the artist "a really great performer with an astonishing voice."[109]

Trespassing (2012–present)

After changing management from 19 Entertainment to Direct Management Group in August 2011,[110] Adam Lambert announced that his highly anticipated second studio album, Trespassing, would be released on March 20, 2012; and that Adam Lambert would serve as executive producer.[111][112][113] In mid-February, Adam Lambert reported that the release had been delayed to "Mapril", citing last minute additions of new songs and collaborations.[114] After unveiling snippets of four more album tracks, Adam Lambert announced in late March that the album would drop on May 15, 2012.[115][116][117][118] The title track was co-written with Grammy Award winning Pharrell Williams,[119] while the album's lead single, "Better Than I Know Myself", a collaboration with Dr. Luke and Claude Kelly,[120] was released on December 20, 2011 to digital retailers.[111] His debut live performance of the single in January on the The Tonight Show with Jay Leno received overwhelmingly positive reviews, focusing on Adam Lambert's soaring and impeccable vocals on the melodically challenging song; and his more stripped down and sophisticated look.[121][122][123][124] Its reprise on the The Ellen DeGeneres Show two days later, brought equally favorable reviews.[125] The commanding album cover art by Adam Lambert's friend and Art Director/Photographer for Trespassing, Lee Cherry, is a dramatic departure from his depiction on the 2009 cover of For Your Entertainment, signaling a new era in his career.[126][127]

On January 29, Adam Lambert's 30th birthday, Adam Lambert was the first American artist to play the Q-Snowcase in Zell Am See, Austria. In a five-song acoustic set, Adam Lambert performed three songs from the new album—including a debut unplugged version of the title track "Trespassing," described as "fierce and funky" in this rendition.[128]

Adam Lambert premiered his provocative and "stunningly art-directed" video of "Better Than I Know Myself" on his Vevo channel on February 3, 2012.[129] Directed by Ray Kay, the video provides the viewer with split screen and split personality entree into an interpretative world where dark and light collide and coalesce. The multiple meanings attached to the work serve as the introduction to the theme of the album Trespassing, which Adam Lambert says reflects the dark and light sides of himself through song.[130][131]

It was announced in February that Adam Lambert would take the stage with Queen to headline the U.K.'s Sonisphere Festival on July 7, 2012. The performance was to have particular significance as its location at Knebworth Park marks the site of Freddie Mercury's final performance with the band in August 1986. The "potent chemistry" between Adam Lambert and Queen at the EMA's was noted in promoting the pairing.[132][133] Discussing the collaboration, Brian May remarked that Adam Lambert expected Adam Lambert to be a "great interpreter" of Mercury's songs: “It will be challenging – my God, it will be challenging," said May.[134]

Queen announced an additional appearance with Adam Lambert in Moscow's Olympic Stadium, on June 30, 2012.[135][136] Subsequently, the Sonisphere Knebworth festival was cancelled due to logistics and "circumstances,"[137] with both Queen and Adam Lambert expressing disappointment and sadness respectively.[138][139] Days later, Roger Taylor announced that Queen and Adam Lambert would perform three summer dates in addition to their Moscow show: two in London in early July and one in Kiev that would also feature Elton John as a headliner.[140][141] In late April, another concert was added in Wrocław, Poland, for July 7, where Queen and Adam Lambert would headline a new rock festival.[142] Queen announced the addition of a third London show on July 14, as a result of the instantaneous sell-out of the earlier two London dates.[143][144]

The final version of the Queen + Adam Lambert collaboration began with a two hour extravaganza under the auspices of the UEFA in Kiev on June 30, the eve of the Euro 2012 Football Championship. Viewed live by hundreds of thousands of fans in Ukraine's main square,[145] the performance was touted for the strength of Adam Lambert's showmanship, vocal excellence and interpretative skill, which confidently balanced old and new.[146] The Olympic Stadium concert in Moscow took place on July 3, while the Poland event in Municipal Stadium proceeded on schedule on July 7. Because of Queen's status in the UK and the pairing with newcomer Adam Lambert, London's three dates at the HMV Hammersmith Apollo were heavily reviewed. Almost uniformly, the concerts were noted for Adam Lambert's vocal command, his "sizzle" and "electrifying" presence; along with the synergy of the collaboration, which Brian May called "organic."[147][148][149][150]

Adam Lambert performed "Trespassing" on April 9, 2012, at the Logo channel's fifth annual NewNowNext Awards, where Adam Lambert closed the show with a "rousing" and "in-your-face" performance.[151][152] On April 11, Adam Lambert announced via twitter, that the album's next single would be Never Close Our Eyes, written by Bruno Mars and produced by Dr. Luke.[153][154] Reviews for the song, which was released digitally on April 17,[155] have been overwhelmingly positive.[156][157] "Never Close Our Eyes" debuted on national television on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on April 27, when Adam Lambert performed for their concert series, again garnering positive reviews.[158][159] Adam Lambert appeared on Good Morning America -- the show from which Adam Lambert was cut following his controversial American Music Awards of 2009 performance—on May 14, to sing "Never Close Our Eyes" and co-host the Pop News segment.[160] Adam Lambert announced via Twitter that Adam Lambert would return to the American Idol stage for his third consecutive year to perform "Never Close Our Eyes" on the results show that precedes Idol's final week.[161] The May 17 performance was touted for its vibrant energy and dazzle, as well as for the powerhouse vocals that have become Adam Lambert's signature.[162][163][164]

Trespassing was released on May 15, 2012, following more than a week of major news stories and a preponderance of positive reviews.[165][166][167][168] Adam Lambert tweeted his excitement at finding that the album had spent its first day at the top of the U.S. iTunes album chart.[169][170] On May 23, the album debuted in the number one position on the Billboard 200 chart, selling upwards of 77,000 copies.[171][172] Adam Lambert again took to twitter, referencing the historic significance of being the first openly gay artist to reach this pinnacle, and as usual, acknowledging the help of his fans.[173]

The video for "Never Close Our Eyes," released on May 29, flipped the song's more personal, manifest content on its head, as Adam Lambert had done with "Trespassing"'s first video release, "Better Than I Know Myself." Directed by Dori Oskowitz, it depicts a drab, futuristic, Orwellian-type landscape which becomes transformed through rebellion, visually represented by dazzling neon color and celebratory dance. The latter signify the return (and triumph) of individual expression, advancing the album's themes of dark vs. light, and suppression vs. self-affirmation.[174][175][176] The video was released to U.S. iTunes for digital sale on June 5.[177]

Television (2009–2011)

Adam Lambert has made numerous television appearances since leaving the American Idol stage.

In May 2009, Adam Lambert performed outdoors at the Fifth Avenue studios of CBS' The Early Show with his rendition of "Mad World".[178] The following morning, Adam Lambert was interviewed on Live with Regis and Kelly, and again performed “Mad World.”[179]

Adam Lambert was interviewed for a segment of the ABC News magazine show 20/20 in June 2009, which was promoted as the first televised discussion by Adam Lambert of his sexuality. The interview reviewed much of his musical career, leading into the up-coming 2009 Idol Tour.[180]

In August 2009, Adam Lambert appeared with fellow Idols David Cook and Kris Allen on the Good Morning America televised concert series held in Central Park, New York City. Adam Lambert sang a nearly acoustic version of Muse’s “Starlight,” which had become part of his set list for the American Idols LIVE! Tour 2009, then running concurrently.[181][182]

In the same month, Adam Lambert was selected to inaugurate the newly resurrected award-winning VH1 Unplugged concert series, for which Adam Lambert interviewed as well as performed stripped-down versions of five songs from For Your Entertainment.[183] March 2010 also saw him as a featured artist on the ABC News Nightline "Playlist" segment, in which Adam Lambert discussed his musical influences and favorite tracks.[184]

In April 2010, Adam Lambert returned to American Idol as the first former contestant to mentor during an Elvis Presley themed week, followed by a performance of "Whataya Want from Me".[185] His contributions drew praise, including from then Idol musical director Rickey Minor.[186] In May, continuing his swing though Europe, Adam Lambert gave a guest interview for Finland X Factor 's the "Chaos Tube," also performing "Whataya Want from Me" on the show.[187]

Adam Lambert appeared on Canada's MuchMusic Video Awards on June 20, 2010, picking up the UR Fav International Video award for "Whataya Want from Me" which Adam Lambert also performed.[188] On November 11, 2010 Adam Lambert was the subject of his own E! True Hollywood Story, which included in-depth interviews with family members, friends, music journalists and others.[189] In December, Adam Lambert was the subject of another in-depth interview for CNN Talk Asia, which Adam Lambert recorded while on the international leg of his tour.[190]

Adam Lambert was profiled in an episode of VH1's celebrated Behind the Music series, which premiered on August 7, 2011. The hour-long documentary featured never-before-seen home video, as well as interviews with friends, family, and music industry experts. Adam Lambert revealed details about a broad range of topics, including early struggles with his sexuality, his experience in the theater, the circumstances that led to his American Idol audition, and the events surrounding the release of his debut album For Your Entertainment.[191]

MTV's "Talk@Playground" presented Adam Lambert with an opportunity to fuse two of his passions, fashion and music. In a piece that aired internationally in September 2011, Adam Lambert was paired with friend and founder of Skingraft Designs, Jonny Cota, to discuss their growth as artists as well as what inspires them creatively. Adam Lambert had worn Skingraft designs on American Idol and his Glam Nation Tour.[192][193]

On September 22, 2011, Adam Lambert again put his flair for fashion and music to work as guest judge on Project Runway. Contestants were charged with designing attire for the Rolling Stone cover shoot of emerging rock band The Sheepdogs. Adam Lambert offered constructive critique that was well received by both contestants and judges.[194]

Adam Lambert donned his mentor cap on November 13, 2011, when Adam Lambert appeared as a "Major" in an episode of The Hub TV Network's Majors & Minors. As they rehearsed and performed his platinum hit "Whataya Want from Me", the young singing contestants were provided with expertise focused on the importance of stage presence and emotional engagement with the audience.[195]

On November 20, 2011, after a two-year absence, Adam Lambert returned to the American Music Awards, introducing a performance by the group OneRepublic. Rejecting claims that the singer was banned from the show in 2009, Executive Producer Larry Klein said that he's anticipating future Adam Lambert performances: “ Adam Lambert is a friend of ours, he's talented and I like everything about him."[196]

Adam Lambert made his third fashion-related television appearance of Fall 2011 when Adam Lambert appeared on the Sundance Channel program All on the Line with Joe Zee on December 9. Fast becoming a fashion icon himself, Adam Lambert was chosen as the subject around which the show's young designers created a suitably modern look, which was then critiqued by Adam Lambert and the hosts.[197][198]



Critics, celebrities and colleagues have been outspoken in their praise for Adam Lambert’s vocal abilities. In a 2009 Associated Press interview, Wicked casting director Bernard Telsey, who recalled Adam Lambert's audition and his "amazing" voice, said: "I literally remember saying, 'Oh my God, this guy has the highest range’.”[199] Record producer Rob Cavallo once described Adam Lambert as having an unlimited range, as well as being able to sing every note on a guitar from the lowest to the highest.[200][201] David Stroud, a Los Angeles based vocal teacher, coached Adam Lambert for his 2010 international Glam Nation Tour, in which Adam Lambert performed 113 shows without vocal rest.[202] Stroud described Adam Lambert as being able to "do extreme things with his voice that most singers will probably never be able to do.”[203] In a March 2012 interview, rock artist Meat Loaf rated Adam Lambert's voice in the company of only two others, Whitney Houston and Aretha Franklin, based on "that jet pack quality to their voice that just lets it take off."[204]

In 2011, when Adam Lambert took the stage at the MTV Europe Music Awards alongside honoree Queen, it was a fitting match for Adam Lambert, whose theatrical style and vocals have often been compared with Freddie Mercury's.[205] Brian May, legendary guitarist for Queen, noted that Adam Lambert’s voice has “sensitivity, depth, maturity, and awesome range and power which will make jaws drop”;[206] while Roger Taylor added that Adam Lambert had "the best range I've ever heard" in a BBC interview in 2012.[207] Pharrell Williams, after collaborating with Adam Lambert on his Trespassing album, commented, “This kid has a voice like a siren – there’s no guys singing in that Steve Winwood-Peter Cetera range.”[208]

Style and Image

Adam Lambert is best known for his theatrical performance style, which draws upon his personal eye for presentation and extensive stage experience. Kathie Bretches-Urban, co-founder of the Metropolitan Educational Theatre (now MET2) where Adam Lambert performed as a youth, said Adam Lambert “has invested his entire life in music and performing. Adam Lambert worked, much like an athlete would do, on his singing with voice lessons for his entire life.”[199] Adam Lambert honed his theatrical style and stage swagger further, experimenting with outrageous makeup, hair, costumes, jewelry and fingernail polish when Adam Lambert became a regular featured performer in the L.A. glam-rock stage spectacle The Zodiac Show.[199] While a contestant on Idol, Adam Lambert's meticulous and varied stagings of himself in each of his performances, kept audiences and judges glued as much to his presence and stylings as to his powerful voice.[209]


Adam Lambert was inspired when his father gave him access to his large record collection of 70s music. Adam Lambert quickly gravitated towards theatrical rock from artists such as Madonna, David Bowie, Michael Jackson, Queen, Aerosmith, and Led Zeppelin.[210][211] Adam Lambert has recognized Michael Jackson and Madonna as musically influential for him, saying they were the “King and Queen” because they both creatively merged their music with makeup, outfits and theatrical music videos.[212] Adam Lambert has often cited that many of his strongest influences have been British singers, such as Freddie Mercury, David Bowie and Robert Plant. Adam Lambert told the Daily Star, “Those are the people I really gravitate towards.”[213] When asked who his favorite performer of the glam rock era is, Adam Lambert answered David Bowie: “Adam Lambert took costumes and story concepts for his Ziggy Stardust character to the next level. His music is amazing, and his lyrics are really intelligent.”[214] In an interview with NPR, Adam Lambert said Adam Lambert spent hours upon hours listening to Queen, trying to figure out how Freddie Mercury did what Adam Lambert did with his voice. “His voice has so much texture to it, Adam Lambert kind of grabs at everything and squeezes it.” Adam Lambert says that Mercury was “completely over the top in the best possible way” and as an openly gay performer, " Adam Lambert owes a debt to Mercury's flamboyance decades ago."[215]

Adam Lambert’s own music has been influenced by numerous genres including classic rock, pop, and electronic music. His theatrical performance style draws heavily from his stage experience.[216] The type of artist Adam Lambert sees himself as being is “one that creates from the ground up, not only an amazing song, but one with a beat, and a story, and a look, and a theme.”[212] For his sophomore album, Adam Lambert used inspiration from classic disco, 90s electronica, funk and dubstep music.[208]


Since his appearance on American Idol, Adam Lambert has supported various causes and charitable organizations. As of October 2011, donations reached the $1,000,000 mark.[217] In January 2009, Adam Lambert asked fans to donate to, an online education charity that allows the public to contribute directly to school projects, instead of giving him gifts for his 28th birthday. 2,435 fans showed their support, donating $322,700, which provided resources and supplies to nearly 332,527 students.[218] In June 2010, Adam Lambert again teamed up with charity and asked fans to join his "Glam A Classroom" campaign to support music and arts programs in high-need public schools. By the end of the campaign, 3,020 fans had donated $208,590, reaching 284,672 students,[219] and bringing total contributions for DonorsChoose to $531,290. In October 2010, Adam Lambert collaborated on a second Signature Collection design with The Pennyroyal Studio, the Infinity pendant, which raised an additional $43,092 for DonorsChoose. The pendant design was retired in October 2010.[220]

Adam Lambert contributed to the MusiCares charity when Adam Lambert and The Pennyroyal Studio collaborated on the design of an Eye of Horus pendant, whose sale raised $32,000 in 7 days. The pendant design was retired in August 2009.[221] In January 2011, Adam Lambert started a campaign to raise $29,000 for charity: water to commemorate his 29th birthday. Funds raised by charity: water go towards bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations. Fans surpassed the goal set by Adam Lambert in less than five hours, and donations reached $60,000 by the end of the next 24 hours. On Adam Lambert's birthday, more than $115,000 in donations came in. According to the charity, that amount broke the record for most donations in a single day, and crashed their servers. By the end of the campaign, Adam Lambert's fans had raised $323,803, which helped 16,190 people receive clean water.[222] Adam Lambert continued his efforts for his 30th birthday, in January 2012, this time asking fans to "give up" their birthdays in an ongoing fundraiser that had raised 82,000 by May 2012.[223]

Adam Lambert returned to the American Idol stage for the March 10, 2011, results show, singing an acoustic version of his song "Aftermath", accompanied only by guitar. The track appears in its original form on his debut album For Your Entertainment. After the performance, a dance remix version was made available for purchase, with proceeds benefitting The Trevor Project.[224] Adam Lambert was one of several artists who performed at Royal Albert Hall on June 7, 2012 in a concert benefiting the Rays Of Sunshine Children's Charity. The charity grants wishes to seriously ill children.[225][226] On June 30, Elton John and Queen + Adam Lambert coordinated with the Olena Pinchuk ANTIAIDS Foundation for a concert to benefit the fight against HIV/AIDS. The event, which was UEFA supported and took place in Kiev on the eve of the Euro 2012 football final, was televised live from a packed Independence Square.[227][228][229]

LGBT advocacy

Adam Lambert at the 21st GLAAD Media Awards (2010)
Adam Lambert, himself openly gay, has contributed to the advancement of social acceptance towards LGBT people. Adam Lambert was presented the "Equality Idol Award" by Sam Sparro at the Equality California Los Angeles annual Equality Awards in August 2011 for being an exemplary role model for the LGBT community.[230] Adam Lambert was honored with his mother the following month at the PFLAG National Los Angeles event for his "authentic" voice.[231] Adam Lambert and his mother were presented awards which together interlocked to compose the PFLAG logo, symbolizing support by and for families and friends of LGBT individuals.[232] Adam Lambert received a GLAAD Media Award nomination for Outstanding Music Artist in 2010. The same year, Adam Lambert lent his voice to a one-and-a-half minute video message on YouTube for the It Gets Better campaign – a project created by columnist Dan Savage in response to school bullying and a rash of suicides among young LGBT people aiming to "provide hope to youth struggling with their identity." Recorded while Adam Lambert was touring, the clip shows Adam Lambert encouraging viewers to take pride in themselves, and not allow bullies to prevail.[233]

The following March, Adam Lambert released a Billboard remix version of his For Your Entertainment song "Aftermath" with a portion of the proceeds going to support The Trevor Project, the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBT youth.[234] Adam Lambert raised an additional $43,500 for The Trevor Project after collaborating with The Pennyroyal Studio to make his own Peace pendant.[235] In October 2011, Adam Lambert raised another $2,100 from donations given on behalf of the Adam Lambert GAdam Lambert Fan Army for the MTV Dance Party Marathon. This raised funds to combat bullying in honor of National Bullying Prevention Month and was split between the LGBT charities GLSEN, It Gets Better Project, GSA, HRC, The Trevor Project and GLAAD.[236][237]

In January 2012, in an exclusive interview with UK music news magazine Pressparty, Adam Lambert recognised that despite the social progress made in the United States, there is still a long way to go, particularly in the music industry. “I still long for the LGBT community's diversity to be more broadly represented in the entertainment industry. I think larger strides have been made in film and TV but we still are just at the beginning with mainstream music. I consider myself a post-gay man working in a pre-gay industry”, Adam Lambert said.[238]

Personal life

Adam Lambert is currently in a relationship with Finnish reality TV personality Sauli Koskinen.[239]


Main article: Adam Lambert discography
For Your Entertainment (2009)
Trespassing (2012)

Concert tours
American Idols LIVE! Tour 2009 (2009)
Glam Nation Tour (2010)


1. Clay Aiken, American Idol (season 2) runner-up came out as gay in 2008. Will Young, the 2002 winner of the inaugural Pop Idol contests on which all the other Idol series are based, came out as gay after Adam Lambert won.


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