Adam Lambert Daily Update – September 24, 2013
AURA’s SECOND PRINTING IS GETTING READY TO SHIP!!
He will, he will, rock you. Adam Lambert goes hard during a performance with Queen at the 2013 iHeartRadio Music Festival on Sept. 20 in Las Vegas – from Grammy.com
PRESS AND BLOG PICKS
The Roosevelts – Adam Lambert + Queen Bring Down the House at the iHeart Music Festival (Full Set Video) “One, if not the largest talent pooled music festival happened this weekend and produced some of the best sets seen in a long time. 30 Seconds to Mars gave an epic performance along with Sir Paul and Katy Perry to name a few, but the set everyone is talking about is the Queen performance with new frontman, Adam Lambert. Everyone knew Lambert had the pipes, but some were skeptical about if he made a good fit. Well take a look for yourself. Queen is back.”
- Kisses: Lots of them.
- The The Rock Nod: No half-hearted shrugging. NOD that noggin.
- The Hair Flip: Flip it real good. Dun-Nuh [Sing it.]
- The Tongue Flicker: Make sure you make eye contact.
- The Neck Whip: Channel your favorite “Real Housewife”
- The Sultry Stare: Connect that camera. No blinking.
- The Hand Out: Everyone needs to cry. NOW.
MTV Buzzworthy Blog: iHeartRadio Music Festival Photos: The Craziest Ish That Went Down – “ADAM LAMBERT ENTERS FULL QUEEN MODE: Joined by Queen and the rest of fun., Adam’s live rendition of “Fat Bottomed Girls” was seriously AH-MAY-ZING. Also, did you see the “Lay Me Down” singer’s dynamic onstage chemistry with fun. frontman, Nate Ruess? Like, it just makes all of my ridiculous, outlandish fantasies so much easier to envision! Thanks, iHeartRadio Music Festival.”
Hollywood Reporter – iHeartRadio Fest: Justin Timberlake, Paul McCartney, Elton John, Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry Soar “Justin Timberlake’s headlining slot Sept. 21 broughtAdam Lambert back to the arena after closing out the previous night with Queen. Watching from a VIP platform, it seemed Lambert was spotted by Timberlake when the singer made his way to stage left for a close-up and the two practically fist-bumped.”
The Review – Avicii’s “True” – “Other examples of Avicii’s ambitious efforts to create a diverse album can be found in “Lay Me Down,” which unveils an old school disco sound without being too cheesy. Another interesting accompaniment can be found on this track as well, as Avicii employs American Idol winner Adam Lambert’s vocals for the chorus of the song.”
VIDEO AND AUDIO FAVS
We Are the Champions – sounds so gorgeous here:
Good Morning America covers Queen and Adam Lambert – He was bringing it… – by Adam Fan
Little Clip of Adam Backstage during Somebody to Love – by adamfan4ever339·