Doriangrey' date='Jul 24th 2010, 5:37 AM
My heart is still racing. Adam was the most handsome I have ever seen him. He slinked down stairs singing Voodoo and I couldn't stop an unrestrained scream, kinda like getting your belly fat caught in the zipper of your jeans. I know we made eye contact several times even though I was in the lower balcony. My binoculars caught the Adommy lick, and at that moment I knew I had to add that to my bucket list. Time is compressed when I watch Adam and it was too soon for Whole Lotta Love. Tonight WLL was sung with more insistence, faster, in that I know how to make you feel good way, all I could do was to completely surrendered to the consummation of the concert
joooory' date='Jul 24th 2010, 5:42 AM
joooory' date='Jul 24th 2010, 5:55 AM
FYE & Medley
joooory' date='Jul 24th 2010, 6:18 AM
Flyte' date='Jul 24th 2010, 6:43 AM
madamimadam' date='Jul 24th 2010, 10:33 AM
TaylorG90 Thought About Going To Mels Diner. At 3 16 Am In Downtown San Fran?! Am I Just Looking To Get Stabbed? Agh.
about 4 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone
Cazana78 It's boob night!!
about 7 hours ago via txt
loriandjava Lotta boob signing goin on tonight! Sunday is officially going to be boob night. LOL
about 7 hours ago via txt
Dibaby' date='Jul 24th 2010, 1:06 PM
Okay, ya'll here is my album from SF show! Had major problems with camera, so some are with Lumix and distant ones are from Cybershot. I got a couple of good ones of Adam at barricades, but the sequence is all screwed up. Can someone imbed one or two for me? It was an epic night!
BlueIndigoSky' date='Jul 24th 2010, 1:41 PM
Here you go:
More from Dibaby:
BlueIndigoSky' date='Jul 24th 2010, 2:15 PM
@TheSpindleshay @NoAngelPF Some twat yesterday said there was "mass exodus" before WLL last night. True/False/Don't Know?
@anthrogeekPF @TheSpindleshay Haha!! That did NOT happen!! There was thunderous applause and demand for an encore andd nobody was going anywhere!
@noAngelPF @TheSpindleshay Wut? I saw one guy in a suit leave my area before the encores. Reviewer, I thought, idk. I didn't see anyone else leave
Dibaby' date='Jul 24th 2010, 2:32 PM
Now here are some REALLY good pics from SF! DO NOT MISS THESE! Imbed, someone?
BlueIndigoSky' date='Jul 24th 2010, 3:09 PM
BlueIndigoSky' date='Jul 24th 2010, 3:26 PM
EricM, the guy who organized the pre-party at Palomino, got to meet Adam:
mynameisEricM RT @artydi @mynameisEricM omg at what hour did this happen???? RT yep i did it http://twitpic.com/286olv eeee very cool
barb4Adam' date='Jul 24th 2010, 5:17 PM
"Glambert is the real deal.....an openly gay, creatively open-minded, widely popular artist who can really sing is a very good thing, regardless of what “reality” he may have emerged from. Long may he reign
joooory' date='Jul 24th 2010, 5:47 PM
Sandy Interviews Adam Lambert at the Warfield in San Francisco.
BlueIndigoSky' date='Jul 24th 2010, 5:52 PM
Sexxay Adam cracks himself up in this gif from WLL (credit orchidas):
sandyrk' date='Jul 24th 2010, 6:07 PM
Just got to S. F. Airport, heading home. Wow! My last concert was Mystic Lake, so I've been Adam-deprived for over a month. In that month, I see big changes. Not that he wasn't fabulous before, but he really, IMHO, has "grown into" this role (no pun intended). The dancers are much better, Adam seems more effortlessly alive, if that's even possible for someone who has always been so vibrantly alive. WLL was unreal! My only disappointment was that I took my 30 year old son, who, while he thought Adam's voice was great, was not convinced that Adam connected emotionally to the songs. Oh well. He did say that he was fascinated with the diverse demographic, rare for a San Francisco concert. My ears are still ringing, as I was in the first row balcony near the speaker, so there was a little distortion. So, now on to O. C. for me & hubby who is just about as avid as I am. I'm tired & satisfied :wub:
joooory' date='Jul 24th 2010, 6:09 PM
joooory' date='Jul 24th 2010, 6:16 PM
joooory' date='Jul 24th 2010, 6:57 PM
joooory' date='Jul 24th 2010, 7:51 PM
Slower version from Ninni
BlueIndigoSky' date='Jul 25th 2010, 4:51 PM
From Electra or @el3c7a:
madamimadam' date='Jul 25th 2010, 9:55 PM
Making an entrance worthy of the celebrity magician Criss Angel, Adam Lambert certainly didn't look like a reality television castoff at the Warfield on Friday.
Wearing a top hat, fringed overcoat and about a dozen layers of eyeliner, he literally appeared in a puff of purple smoke delivering the slinking set opener, "Voodoo."
As he pushed his zombie-like dancers around the stage, Lambert hit the first of the night's many glass-shattering refrains, "You're the hunter and I'm your prey." An interesting cross section of grandmas and club kids made up most of the sold-out audience.
Despite his disappointing second-place finish last year on the eighth season of "American Idol," the 28-year-old San Diego native's popularity has only rocketed since breaking free of the show. Last week, his 2009 album "For Your Entertainment" topped the 1 million sales mark while offers for movie roles and television specials came flooding into his agent's office.
So while the current crop of "Idol" alumni struggle to fill seats with their own packaged tour this summer, Lambert had little trouble selling out dates on his big-budget Glam Nation tour, which also included a second concert Sunday with his fellow "Idol" contestant Allison Iraheta and former Michael Jackson guitarist Orianthi once again opening.
Those concerned that Lambert might tone down his act after the uproar caused by his American Music Awards performance (and subsequent banning by the producers of "Good Morning America") could rest easy.
Lambert put his extensive background in the performing arts to good use during his hourlong Warfield set. He probably would have been more at home at the Orpheum Theatre just down the street.
Lambert's cover of Johnny Cash's "Ring of Fire" dripped with even more stylized pomp than the version he did on the television show. And he could unfurl his full vocal acrobatics on a run through the Lady Gaga-penned "Fever" without having to worry about facing the wrath of Simon Cowell's rolling eyes.
The concert's centerpiece was an acoustic segment made up of the songs "Whataya Want From Me," "Soaked" and "Aftermath" - all seemingly custom made to reinforce his narrative as a pop outsider storming the gates. "Wanna scream out, no more hiding," he sang on the last one, milking every word for deep blue melancholy. "Don't be afraid of what's inside."
Given the relatively short set time, the constant stream of musical interludes designed to give Lambert time to slip through his many varied black outfits felt like momentum killers. His brief between-song banter, meanwhile, sounded like it was pilfered from a rock star manual that had been lying backstage since 1986.
But Lambert thundered through the rest of the night with remarkable confidence, leading the charge on "Music Again" and looking like an extra from Duran Duran's "Wild Boys" video in a particularly fervent take on the new single, "If I Had You."
The encore, meanwhile, saw Lambert revert to type. Reviving a pair of songs that helped lift him through the ranks on "Idol" - Tears For Fears' "Mad World" and Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love" - he reminded his fans why they put their faith (and votes) in him in the first place.
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This article appeared on page E - 1 of the San Francisco Chronicle
Adamized' date='Jul 26th 2010, 1:38 AM
The concert was phenominal. I arrived after Ali had started. What a surprise she was. I don't know if she has lost a lot of weight in the last year, or if she just looked larger on tv, but I was stunned at how tiny she was. She looked fabulous, and she has great stage presence. So happy I got the opportunity to see her. I finally got my Adison finale. I never bought her cd, but I think I will now purchase it. They have it on Amazon this month for $5, so I think everyone should purchase it and show her some love. She has a lot of potential, and should get the opportunity to stay around.
Orianthi can sure shred that guitar. Not impressed with her singing, but definitely added to the show.
Adam was amazing. I took a friend with me that knew nothing about him. He was blown away, and had a great time. We had great places to stand, right on the aisle. We left to go to the bathroom, and to get drinks, and the security guy saved our place for us. Awesome guy! The lady in front of us was a huge Adam fan, but seriously messed up on coke. She kept making people that were trying to take pictures and get up closer leave. Swatting them away like flys. Seriously rude to them. Security kept telling her to stay out of the aisle, but she kept going all over the place. They escorted her out finally, but let her back in after about 10 or 15 minutes.
Adam just keeps getting better and better. I love the outfits, the hair, the voice, the whole package. He is a true entertainer, and I feel so fortunate that I got to see him again. I was hoping for a really diverse crowd, lots of leather and night people, but from what I could see it was still an AI crowd for the most part. Lots of different age groups tho, and a lot more men than at Fantasy Springs. I hope that trend continues, and that the fan base keeps growing. I've been to a lot of concerts in my life, and Adam is a true star. His fan base is really dedicated, and there was certainly a lot of love for him. It made me so happy.
Thespian530' date='Jul 27th 2010, 7:54 PM
I am a 42 year old straight male, new to the forum. It has taken me a while to jump on the train, as I have been jogging along behind it, screaming Adam's name. My wife and I share an extream love of Adam Lambert. We were professional musical theater performers for years. Seeing Adam in concert (for the first time) was a fantastic experience! Both my wife and I love his charisma, his performance ability and his out of this world voice.
I wish to thank all the great people we met in S.F. (Thanks Dibaby!!!) that helped make our first live Adam Lambert experience a great one. We travelled from Medford Oregon the day of the concert, got there at 6:30pm and drove back the next day. We got back and my 5 year old daughter (who loves Adam too!) was sad because she couldn't come. What did I do? I bought tickets for the three of us to see him in Washington State in September. If I could afford to go to more, I would. Pics of him afterwards below (hopefully the link worked).
I told myself that I'd get his autograph come hell or high water....and I did! Sheesh! I was gushing like a love sick teenager.... I know, strange for a very confident male, but I can admit it...Adam is so much more than a "sex", he goes beyond explaination. I'm just going to roll with it. I'm a fan and I'm proud of that fact.
Way to go Adam! We'll see you in 6 weeks.
Adam Meet and Greet in SF July 23rd 2010
Dibaby' date='Jul 27th 2010, 9:55 PM
So glad you joined us! Imbedding a few of your fabulous barricade pics!
Thespian530' date='Jul 28th 2010, 2:52 PM
There has to be other guys out there. Who knows, but I'm sure there are other guys out there who feel the same way I do, but are too embarrassed to admit it. To me, it's not about a physical attraction. There's just something about the man that causes excitement! When Simon (Cowell) says that someone has the "It" factor, Adam has it in spades. He just has "IT".
Hopefully me being on the forums will help other straight guys to talk about Adam without feeling insecure. Join me guys! I have pics of you I took with my camera while at the concert... I know you're there!
As to Male Adam fans in general, let's all rejoice that Adam Lambert lives and gives us something to be a fan of again. It's been a while since guys have had a Male performer to enjoy. Nice to let the hair down so to speak. There may be some people out there saying "oh...Thespian530 is hiding his true tendancies", but if you knew me, you'd know that wasn't the case. I simply enjoy seeing a true entertainer and budding legend. But, as a male entertainer I have to accept that some people will automatically think I have "tendancies". No big deal.
ADAM IS AWESOME! Had to get it out.
joooory' date='Jul 29th 2010, 8:32 PM
joooory' date='Aug 5th 2010, 10:36 PM
vistadiva' date='Aug 6th 2010, 1:38 PM
nuuskamuikkunen' date='Aug 15th 2010, 12:59 PM
I am not sure is this from this San Fransisco concert but OMG I totally had meltdown when I saw what Adam did on circa 0:50 mark. Like how did people front of him survived that?? :fear: :">
Adam Lambert - HD - Music Again - San Francisco 2
joooory' date='Sep 8th 2010, 5:38 AM
joooory' date='Sep 17th 2010, 12:13 AM
FYE and Medley
Aftermath Part 1
Aftermath Part 2
joooory' date='Sep 18th 2010, 3:36 AM
MW & WLL
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