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Adam Lambert Week – March 18-24, 2012

March 18, 2018

From our vaults, six years ago this week! It’s amazing to see where Adam was, where we were, to think of how far he has come and imagine what lies ahead! We will never tire of this journey.

By Juneau and Xena Follow us on Twitter @JuneauXena@XenaPW & @AdamLambertBook

The Starlight Trilogy

Donate to charity:water to win autographed FAULT

Our Hans Haveron pendant giveaway has ended. Winner to be announced soon!



@adamlambert: I gave up my 29th & 30th bdays for @charitywater providing over 19k people w/ clean water! You can too: #WorldWaterDay

Click to watch Adam’s video from MTV Act



Here’s the podcast of this week’s show. Longineu Parsons talks about going on Glam Nation tour and introduces some hot new sounds from his band LPMD



MTV March Musical Madness – Adam beats out Foster the People and makes it to round #2. He’s up against Blink-182. VOTE NOW, VOTE OFTEN!!

@ShockUhDeliCA: Yayyyyyy!!! @adamlambert will perform at Mystage at MyFM104.3 in the City of Angelic Demons!!! At last! Los Angeles 4/2!!

Star 101.3 (San Francisco)…

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Adam Lambert Update – December 11-17, 2017

December 18, 2017

By Juneau. On Twitter @JuneauXena & @AdamLambertBook



“Lambert is the man who would be Queen”–The Telegraph

More photos by Thilo Rahn here.

This one is extra special, very emotional….


Wembley Playlist is here.

Last gig of this leg of the tour. Pleased to say it like this because there have been several clues that the Queen circus will be on the road next year. Can I hear a whoohoooo!??
End of tour poster creation by Brenda English, photo credits on the picture! — with Thilo Rahn.



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Adam Lambert Update – December 1-10, 2017

December 11, 2017

By Juneau. On Twitter @JuneauXena & @AdamLambertBook

“I found something more precious, even more precious than my guitar …. a man who made it possible for us to come back and play… the stuff of dreams … Adam Lambert” – Dr. Brian May



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@josephsinclair grooming: @kittylee_mua

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Speaking of “tight-trousered showmanship,” we are blinded by his…beauty

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Adam Lambert Update – Looking back on November 2017

December 1, 2017

By JuneauOn Twitter @JuneauXena & @AdamLambertBook


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We love you Freddie 💗

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We can hardly do this epic tour justice, so here are just a few of our favorite videos, plus photo collections.



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“For Your Entertainment” anniversary

November 23, 2017

via Breaking Open Adam Lambert – Review of CD

Ruminations on Queen and Adam Lambert in Amsterdam

November 14, 2017

Photo credit: Kim Balster

By all accounts, from newbies as well as multi-show veterans—not to mention the evidence of my own ears and eyes–the November 13th performance at Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome was one of the very best of the current tour. The production is a visual and technical marvel. The campy robot theme, mixing the menacing ground-shaking approach of a colossus’s footsteps with the cartoon-friendly face of Frank the robot, is the perfect foil for Queen’s music, which pendulates (is that a word?) from the grinding thunder of hard rock to the iridescent froth of Killer Queen.

If you want a review, this is not it. There’s little more I can say about the show that hasn’t already been said. It is two plus hours of breathtaking musicianship and showmanship. Brian May and Roger Taylor were in fabulous form, playing with seasoned virtuosity, passion, and endurance that puts artists half their age to shame. Adam strutted and preened, scowled and pouted with hemp-fueled abandon. Vocally, there was no stopping him. The band and Adam have melded into a truly organic musical unit that utterly commands the formidable Queen songbook. Read more…

A Kind of Magic – Brian May and Adam Lambert

November 8, 2017

We were deeply saddened to learn that our resident poet “Annehedonia” passed away in July. She was a soul sister who deeply understood the “Adam Lambert effect” and expressed the mystery, magic, and incongruity of it all with unparalleled beauty and wit. She will be sorely missed. Her spirit lives on forever here in her immortal words. Today, we re-post her essay about Adam Lambert and Brian May in her honor. With so much love, J.

By Annehedonia

I felt hearts swell and tear ducts overflow last night throughout the fandom when “the hug” by tuke18 appeared on Twitter timelines.  Perhaps that feeling echoed through TWO fandoms.  If a modicum of cynicism hides in a dark corner of any soul, this photo surely is the antidote, for here is something authentic, pure, genuine… real.  Yeah, we can joke, as in “I hope Brian didn’t lick the neck!” (not my joke, but I love it.)  If we dare to get close to our true sentiments, however, there’s something profound here.  How you interpret it will have a lot to do with what you yourself bring to the picture as you are emotionally brought into the scene.

Here’s what I saw:

First, I saw two men who’d been brought together by fate, kismet, or karma – two who were perfectly suited to heal in each other some very significant and defining past hurts…

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