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Adam Lambert live at SM City North Sky Dome on March 1

Adam Lambert is ready to entertain his Filipino fans. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines—When Adam Lambert appeared on the eighth season of “American Idol,” people couldn’t stop talking about the shape-shifting, 6’1” singer with the glam-rock sartorial flair, razor-sharp sense of humor, and jaw-dropping, powerhouse voice.

In 2009, Lambert released his debut album, “For Your Entertainment,” scored the smash single “Whataya Want From Me,” and set out on his 2010 Glam Nation World Tour, taking his electrifying show to thousands of fans across the globe who screamed his name and happily sang along with every word of his genre-bending electro-pop-rock songs.

Where “For Your Entertainment” was all glitter and glam-rock, “Trespassing,” which is executive produced by Lambert, is part buoyant dance-pop with a funk-rock sensibility, and part brooding introspection.

Working with such top-notch producers as Dr. Luke, Pharrell Williams, Benny Blanco, Josh Abraham, Ollie G, Lester Mendez, Robert Marvin and Rune Westberg, as well as gifted songwriters Bruno Mars, Claude Kelly, Bonnie McKee, Sam Sparro, and BC Jean, Lambert has crafted an album that reveals both his dark and light sides, and the complex gray area in between.

As is known to many by now, the Indiana-born, California-bred Lambert was a seasoned theatrical performer before competing on American Idol, where his stunning performances are still widely regarded as some of the most riveting moments in Idol history. When the show ended, he toured the U.S. with the other Top 10 finalists while working on For Your Entertainment, which debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard Top 200 chart and earned Lambert a Grammy Award nomination for “Best Male Pop Vocal Performance,” in addition to scores of international awards and honors.

He graced the covers of Rolling Stone, Details, Entertainment Weekly, The Advocate, and Out, appeared on every major late-night and daytime talk show, and became the first openly gay mainstream pop artist to launch a career on a major record label in the United States.

Lambert channeled his newfound fame into raising awareness about issues close to his heart, advocating on behalf of LGBT causes The Trevor Project, Equality California, and GLAAD, as well as for charity organizations MusiCares, charity:water, and DonorsChoose.org. Other achievements include becoming the first American Idol finalist to tour the world in support of a debut album in the year following their season – a thrilling spectacle documented on Lambert’s 2011 DVD Glam Nation Live, which bowed at No. 1 on SoundScan’s Top Music Videos chart, and became the best-selling debut of any release on the Music Videos chart last year.

“I’m a firm believer that life doesn’t just happen to you”, Lambert says. “We are all on a journey that we have the ability to affect and change. Sometimes we have to trespass out of our comfort zone in order to evolve. Trespassing was written about the push and pull that we all go through on our quest for happiness, allowing the listener to find their own balance within my world.”

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  • UrHONOR

    ANOTHER instance of glorifying fhagues……

    • andresa igbac

      pathetic comment. siya famous for his talent? you????

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000851762814 Pepe Mayagimat

    BAYOT ALERT BAYOT ALERT. 

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/NXV3F6YUQWDOA4HPYOFN5F2N3U Danyel

    sayang na kabute, tumubo pa’y sa tae…..(kasabihang batangenyo yan)

  • dapabi

    What a nice write up of Adam. He is such an amazing artist. I wish the US would embrace his talent as much as the other countries are doing.



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