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Adam Lambert Doesn’t Give 2Fux

July 5, 2017



Adam Lambert Stands His Ground on Glam-Rock Single, ‘Two Fux’ (OUT Magazine)

I would think that for a fan, they might be excited because a lot of these influences on my new project are going back to my roots a little bit more. I’ve done lots of sonic experimentation—Trespassing was really this electro-punk kind of pop, and The Original High was this dark, European pop sound. This new project sort of leans back into the glam-rock thing that I identified with from the get-go. There’s a lot of ’90s influence on it, a lot of ’80s and ’70s. My icons are people like Freddie Mercury, Prince and George Michael—these are artists I started listening to again towards the end of last year to break the cycle of listening to what was trendy or Top 40. I got a little fried on the sounds everybody was using, so I went back to why I wanted to make music in the first place. It feels full circle—it feels like my take on modern rock.

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A middle-finger raising, pro-gay live performance at the American Music Awards in 2009 was all it took for singer Adam Lambert — whose bold new single “Two Fux” dropped on Friday — to prove that he didn’t care much about what anyone, including ABC, thought about his openly gay and proud self.

With that noted, the former theater kid and 35-year-old American Idol icon’s latest single still manages to be both refreshing as a necessary protest song for those whose inner rainbows are often dimmed by an non-understanding, mostly heterosexual society and as an emotionally enthralling and moving tune for anyone who is just trying to get by in the world without a fuss.

Adam Lambert + Queen June 23, 2017

June 24, 2017

By Juneau. On Twitter @JuneauXena & @AdamLambertBook



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Adam debuts new song “TwoFux”




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2017 Queen + Adam Lambert tour takes off! Opening night of 61-city World Tour!!


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Adam Lambert Week in Review – June 13-19, 2010

June 13, 2017

Question of the day: Who said Adam Lambert kisses like a porn star?

by Juneau and Xena, co-authors of On the Meaning of Adam Lambert

This page is updated constantly, so follow us on Twitter (@adamlambertbook) for the latest updates!!

Juneau to @adamlambert, Oscar Wilde quote of the day:
Illusion is the first of all pleasures.

Join our Fundraiser!! Adam Lambert Asked – We Answered


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Glam Nation Tour Central

My intention is to promote Love, acceptance, self-empowerment, and joy through moments of sheer escape and others of disarming honesty. – Adam

Going to see Adam at Foxwoods? Xena and Juneau will be there! Let us know if you would like to get together. Bring a copy of our book and we’ll sign it! We’ll also have copies on hand for purchase, with part of the proceeds going to DonorsChoose.

Check out our Calendar for the latest tour dates, television appearances, release…

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Adam Lambert Daily Update – June 11, 2012

June 11, 2017

Five years ago, our guy!

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

Here’s the full Week in Review

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Check this out ! Our boy !

If anybody was in any doubt ….

Adam Lambert rocks !

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Trespassing – LOL there’s a DOG trespassing on the stage at the very beginning.

Kickin in – Hot sexy dancing!

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This is why we are obsessed

June 11, 2017

What Is It About Adam Lambert?

June 4, 2017

Here is where OMOAL all began, with Allegra Houston’s historic essay published in June of 2009. Worth some genuflections and a champagne toast to Allegra, and to all of us!

WLLHere is where it all began, with this inspired bit of writing by Allegra Huston that launched 35,000+ comments, our book, this Salon, the radio show and this expanding, global community of fans. Nearly two years after many of us first felt Eros’ arrow pierce our jaded breasts (wonderfully recapitulated in Idolholic’s American Idol Redux series), we are still examining the repercussions. The axis of our lives has lurched, our landscape shaken by the tectonic forces set loose by Adam’s energy. We are re-posting Allegra Huston’s essay, with her kind permission.

The author of Love Child reflects on the panty-throwing days of yesteryear … and on the latest inspiration for the flinging of undergarments from ‘American Idol.’

What Is It About Adam Lambert?
By Allegra Huston

In the early ’80s, I moved to London and discovered that housewives were throwing their panties at Freddie Mercury. I found it baffling…

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Adam Lambert highlights from the past month

June 4, 2017

By JuneauOn Twitter @JuneauXena & @AdamLambertBook

Dear Readers, life is coming at us a bit fast and hard these days. We’ve decided to take a few months’ break from weekly blog posts to refresh ourself. First break since November 2009 when we launched OMOAL! We’ll be back when the Q+AL tour starts up. Peace out! – J



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He just keeps getting better…how does he do it? Lambert magic…

Flaunt Magazine feature on Adam Lambert. On the topic of this issue’s parallel theme of heartbreak, the currently single Lambert admits that “wine and weed” have often helped him deal with a broken heart. “It’s a tricky balance though,” he cautions. “Too much can push you further into the darkness.” Lambert adds that he’s just as likely to get his heart broken by a professional disappointment as he is by a romantic one. “I invest myself so fully into my work that if an outcome doesn’t match my expectations, it hits me very hard,” he admits. “Being an entertainer, you get kind of obsessive about your journey, your career. If you’re driven, which you have to be, you’re constantly looking for the next thing and it’s hard to feel satisfied. So I’m starting to challenge myself to appreciate where I’m at in the moment more.” Does playing to throngs of adoring fans with Queen help with that, offering a bit of relief from the pressures of the ever-changing music business? “That’s a really good way to put it, yeah,” he says. “It’s kind of foolproof.”



Adam gets to channel his inner soul diva! Get it here.






ASCAP Awards

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