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Adam Lambert Update August 18, 2019

August 18, 2019

By Juneau. On Twitter @JuneauXena & @AdamLambertBook.



4 years in the making. VELVET: Side A drops SEPT 27th with big single “SUPERPOWER” out SEPT 4th! #velvet (both digital and physical options available)”

Pre-order HERE!

Billboard – Adam Lambert Reveals Release Date and Track List For ‘Velvet: Side A’ EP. “Lambert revealed that part one of his two part project, Velvet: Side A, would be released on Sept. 27. The highly-anticipated album’s second part does not yet have a release date set….Check out the cover art and track list for Velvet: Side A below, and pre-order the new EP here.

1. “Superpower” (Written by Adam Lambert, Tommy English, and Ilsey Juber​, produced by Tommy English)

2. “Stranger You Are” (Written by Adam Lambert, Steve Booker and Kes​, produced by Steve Booker)

3. “Closer To You” (Written by Adam Lambert, Noise Club, Asia Whiteacre​, produced by Noise Club)

4. “Overglow” (Written by Adam Lambert, Butch Walker, MNEK, Amy Kuney​, produced by Butch Walker)

5. “Loverboy” (Written by Adam Lambert, Tommy English, Gabe Simon, Angelo Petraglia​, produced by Tommy English)

6. “Ready To Run” (Written by Adam Lambert, Fred Ball, Kes​, produced by Fred Ball)



Don’t ever stop directly chatting with your fans Adam!



Chels Perrett @chelspezz
QAL ~ NASHVILLE, 15th August 2019. 📸 by me (please credit) My favourite picture of tonight. More pics to come #TheRhapsodyTour #QALNashville #QAL2019 #qal #frontrow
@adamlambert @QueenWillRock @DrBrianMay @OfficialRMT @tylerwarrenrock #neilfairclough

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@officialqueenmusic #columbus @courtneyconquer

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The Walk !!! Photo: @emdonoghue Bri

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Storm clouds to Starboard. We’re neatly, safely, flying around them on the way to Miami. But they’re so handsome !! This is close to the shot I’m always attempting. To get the Stereo depth in the clouds outside, but also keeping the real window in front, where the virtual stereo window belongs. In this case I was also happy to get the clouds to ‘flow inside’ without violating the edges of the window. They taught me purism in the English Stereoscopic Society 45 years ago, or so ! But it’s still fun. Yep ! So Adam’s a Queen, Rog is a Rock Star, and I’m a hyperstereoscopic meteorologiphile. OK – maybe I made that up … 😳 for parallel 3-D viewing, please rotate the phone anti-clockwise and zoom in for best effect. And – as usual, swipe for cross-eyed view. HELLO FLORIDA !!! Bri

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Photo: arco47 Nationwide Arena



Tennessean – Queen (and Adam Lambert) are the champions at Nashville concert. “…while “Bohemian Rhapsody” tried to engineer a spitting image of Mercury in Rami Malek (even recruiting Nashville-based soundalike Marc Martel for vocal work), the modern Queen has gone in a different direction in tapping Adam Lambert, and it’s the right one. The 37-year-old “American Idol” alum has fronted the band since 2011, and he makes no attempt to sound like Mercury. Instead, he’s an inspired, kindred spirit: an openly gay performer with plenty of vocal power and a fondness for theatrical flair.”

Columbus Dispatch – Concert review | Queen: Adam Lambert brings own magic to Mercury’s legacy. “Whatever your age, this show is a must-see for Lambert’s soaring vocals alone. I lost count of his magical moments, but his performance of “Who Wants to Live Forever” and “The Show Must Go On” are near the top. Plus, how can you pass up an opportunity to hear “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “We Are the Champions” and “We Will Rock You” in this manner, with this level of talent, and with some of the original members? Pure rock, arena-size shows like this that somehow still feel intimate, they simply don’t exist anymore.”

AntiMusic – Queen + Adam Lambert Pure Majesty Live In Chicago. “…Always a flashy entertainer, there was a burgeoning coolness to this latest tour…Having seen all three American tours in the last five years, Friday night’s stop in Chicago was the brashest and most powerful of the three. Looking over the set lists from previous tours, while there are slight differences, the core set has largely remained the same, so what made this performance so blistering? Having an Oscar winning motion picture, Bohemian Rhapsody, about the band that grossed $903-million helped. The crowd engagement far exceeded the previous tours and Queen + Adam Lambert was light years ahead of their classic rock counterparts. From the moment the lights went out until the tape of “God Save the Queen” blasted throughout the arena speakers, Queen and Lambert owned the Chicago crowd where band and fan broke bread over arguably the greatest singles catalog of the rock era.”

Lord of Life – Living Through a Lens. “One of my favorite moments in the concert was when Adam Lambert and Roger Taylor sang Under Pressure together. The fact that both of the icons who made the song famous (Freddy Mercury and David Bowie) are gone made the song weigh even more heavily. The words are timeless, but sometimes they get lost in all the craziness of the song, so I’ve cleaned them up and I’ll leave them here for your perusal. I think they speak for themselves.”‘



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NEW EYES @nova_969 #novasredroom

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13 Comments leave one →
  1. Lam-My permalink
    August 23, 2019 11:51 pm

    Queen and Adam killed “The Show Must Go On” and ended it with a cute bow 😍 tonight in Charlotte …

  2. Lam-My permalink
    August 24, 2019 2:57 am

    👑 Unofficial Poster 👑 @FoxVegas 8h ago

    @QueenWillRock + @adamlambert 08.23.19
    @spectrumcenter Charlotte NC

    Poster Design @weelassie11
    Photo Credit @dianakat13 @Alikat1323 @brightmuseofire
    @tuke18 @deathfieldrocks

  3. Lam-My permalink
    August 24, 2019 11:14 pm

    Thanks Javi ! Recorded live…thus ends the American leg of Rhapsody Tour on Aug 23, 2019 in Charlotte, very good theatre acoustics. All the Streamers did a fantastic job throughout the Tour ! that enabled my live marathon-writing of the Rhapsody. 😇

    直到我们再见面 jir dow wor mern jai jian mian / Till we meet again!

    (直到 jir dow / till .. 我们 wor mern / we .. 再见面 jai jian mian / meet again)

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