joooory' date='Sep 16th 2010, 1:49 AM
joooory' date='Sep 16th 2010, 1:55 AM
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joooory' date='Sep 16th 2010, 2:09 AM
joooory' date='Sep 16th 2010, 7:41 AM
joooory' date='Sep 16th 2010, 7:59 AM
TCB & WLL
joooory' date='Sep 16th 2010, 8:11 AM
joooory' date='Sep 16th 2010, 8:47 AM
Adam Lambert Interview with The Bert Show Q100
Q100's very own The Bert Show went down to the Tabernacle to hang out and talk with the fabulous Adam Lambert backstage before his sold out show.
Adam Lambert Interview with The Bert Show Q100
joooory' date='Sep 16th 2010, 9:23 AM
Silvia' date='Sep 16th 2010, 9:59 AM
barb4Adam' date='Sep 16th 2010, 10:00 AM
# linernoire my mom:"maybe Tommy couldn't wear the dreadlocks and a boa at the same time. too much weight. he'd fall over." 34 minutes ago via web
# Glamtraveler Glamtravler @adamlambert Now we know you have ultimate faith in your fans. Telling us to catch LP!
I caught his leg. about 1 hour ago via Twitter for iPhone
Teresa Wall Cre8aMess @adamlambert Second Atlanta concert was the best yet!
Never thought you'd top FS, but you nailed last night!!Thank you for the music. 8 minutes ago via web
malt_berg Ty for the cold #glamnation, now you'll be staying w/ me a little longer. Awesome 4 minutes ago via Echofon
joooory' date='Sep 16th 2010, 11:02 AM
Silvia' date='Sep 16th 2010, 11:19 AM
xokarmaxo' date='Sep 16th 2010, 1:49 PM
These last two shows have blown me away and the show at the Tabernacle left me breathless and feeling blessed that I was there to witness this EPIC show!
My boa! The one that I wrapped around Tommy's neck Tuesday night, and he left with, made a surprising appearance around Adam last night during the first WLL encore and I was happy seeing it again! When he threw it into the audience, the girl that got it is someone that I know from twitter, so it's all good! Would have loved to have gotten it back, but what the hell, right?? I sacrificed it for the sake of AFL entertainment!
During the meet and greet, I know that it had only been a day, but Adam remembered me and commented on my makeup again from the night before. This time, he commented on my "sparkly, dangling necklace". He asked why I didn't do the glitter and rhinestones again tonight, and I told him because it takes too damn long to do, and he laughed and said "I know all too well!" We talked about the ringtone that he made for me the night before and I told him that I needed to be careful with it at work, with him calling me a "bitch", and he said "Awww, it's all good!" I told him that these Atlanta shows were my first and last GN shows, so I wanted an EPIC show and asked if he could PLEASE do WLL. He made a puppy dog face and said "I don't think it's gonna happen - we kinda retired it - ran out of things to do with it. Isn't 20th Century Boy good enough?" I commented that it was, and he laughed. Imagine my surprise when he came out and gave us not only ONE version of WLL, but TWO!! At the barricades, I thanked him for doing it, even though he told me it wasn't going to happen. He said that he really didn't know that it was going to happen, that they just decided to do it, even though none of them know *anything* about "ray-gay" HAHA!
A couple of things that I noticed during the Tabernacle show that I hadn't seen mentioned. We sat in the front row of the first balcony to the side of the stage and had a PERFECT, straight on view of the soundboard. Adam went there several times during the night and was quite upset, you could tell by the look on his face. There was a small light there, so we could see his expressions and hand gestures, but after him coming there a few times, they turned the little light out, I guess so fans couldn't see what was going on. I took the liberty to video these little rants just cause I think Adam looks sexy when he's pissed. :haha:
Also, at the barricades, Neil took the liberty to take two pretty gay boys back to Adam's bus while Adam went down the line signing autographs. I don't know how he chose them because I didn't see Adam interact with either of them, so maybe Neil just see's them and thinks that they are Adam's "type". :unsure:
One last thing... on the way back home, I didn't even notice it until the last 5 miles to my exit, but the entire Glam Nation busses and trucks were in front of me. I happened to glance over and saw brass balls hanging from the bus and then looked all around me was like "OMG! There they all are!" They were heading down 75 South heading to FL. How appropriate an ending of my GN tour experience to have them "escort" me home. :haha:
Wow, sorry so long!
joooory' date='Sep 16th 2010, 5:52 PM
Brooke Intro Atlanta both nights.
joooory' date='Sep 16th 2010, 6:41 PM
The Bert Show Interviews Adam Lambert at The Tabernacle Atlanta, GA. Edited HD version.
joooory' date='Sep 16th 2010, 8:30 PM
barb4Adam' date='Sep 16th 2010, 9:00 PM
This is the new drummer? He is a cuteCallie17 about 3 hours ago
Hi Isaac, you'll have a blast with the band & you're cute too ;)
Cecycat1 about 5 hours ago
Chris3Austin about 7 hours
owderpuffnails about 18 hours ago
OMG- HE'S GORGEOUS~
Tropicgrl42 about 18 hours ago
UOwnMyHeartAdam about 19 hours ago
oh so cute...welcome to our crazy glam nation family....it all about love baby!
madamimadam' date='Sep 16th 2010, 9:42 PM
Adam Lambert delivers glam-tastic show at The Tabernacle
7:55 am September 16, 2010, by Melissa Ruggieri
Considering the amount of theatricality in an Adam Lambert show, there’s an extreme danger that it could all collapse into a pile of forgettable fluff.
Adam Lambert is one of the most talented singer “American Idol” has seen in its nine seasons.
But Lambert is more than a prettily painted pinup able to get both boys and girls to fawn over him.
He is one of the most – if not the most – talented singer “American Idol” has seen in its nine seasons.
So while it’s a hoot to watch him prance around the stage in feathered shoulder pads and a top hat – call it his own Freddie-Mercury-meets-P.T.-Barnum look – his presence is even more gripping when he starts to sing.
See photos of Wednesday’s Adam Lambert concert at the Tabernacle.
At a nearly-sold-out Tabernacle Wednesday night (his second show in as many nights, the first at Woodruff Arts Center), Lambert bopped through an hour-plus set that highlighted his multi-octave voice and solid pop songs that veer from potent ballads to club thumpers.
His supple voice sounded undiminished as he stalked through a haunting version of Johnny Cash’s “Ring of Fire” and the disco-tastic “Fever” – impressive considering he’s been on a fairly grueling tour since June and will soon head to Japan and Australia for dates through October.
Lambert is a natural showman who moves fluidly and is vocally capable of taking a song such as “Sleepwalker,” one of the more pedestrian offerings on his “For Your Entertainment” debut album, and making it a highlight thanks to his lovely voice that can swing from a whisper to a wail.
But the most illuminating example of his abilities came on the operatic “Soaked,” a powerful ballad that he handled with the polish and passion of a Broadway vet.
Though Lambert was clearly enjoying himself throughout the show, thrusting his pelvis for a sassy routine with a cane on “Strut,” gleefully aerobicizing the glam rock anthem “Music Again” and even turning the uncomfortable warmth inside the venue into a joke about the “hotness” of the crowd, he was particularly unfettered during a special encore.
It’s usually his bassist, the New Romantic/Flock of Seagulls throwback Tommy Joe Ratliff , who garners most of the non-Lambert attention on stage, but on this night, drummer Longineu Parsons received a tribute that should have the Glam Nation all atwitter.
Since the dreadlocked sticksman is departing Lambert’s tour to return to his band, Yellowcard, Lambert and the other three members of his group donned dreadlocked wigs during a tight and tuneful rendition of T. Rex’s “20th Century Boy” as a cute way to say goodbye.
Expect to find it soon on YouTube, where Lambert’s evolving career is already a digital encyclopedia.
Since the start of his tour, Lambert has given his fellow season eight competitor Allison Iraheta primo visibility with an opening slot.
The upside is that Iraheta, who was recently dropped from her label, gets a chance to remind people that she possesses a brawny set of pipes and the potential to develop a career.
The downside is that, live, Iraheta too often resorts to shouting rather than singing and could use some guidance in steering her vocals.
As with most of the “Idol” alums – especially the also-rans such as David Archuleta, Elliott Yamin and Melinda Doolittle – it was gratifying to see how Iraheta, at only 18, has developed as a performer.
A diminutive figure in black with a maroon mane that she flailed like any good rocker chick, Iraheta connected with the snarling rocker “Don’t Waste the Pretty” and the acoustic “Scars.”
But her messy, breathless version of Pat Benatar’s “Heartbreaker” and the hoarse yelling throughout “Friday I’ll Be Over You” were evidence that Iraheta’s raw edges still need some smoothing.
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