High Drama Adam Lambert
Subgenre: Pop Rock
Artist: Adam Lambert
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- 1Holding Out for a Hero03:50
- 3Ordinary World03:20
- 4Getting Older04:24
- 5I Can't Stand the Rain03:15
- 6West Coast03:39
- 7Do You Really Want to Hurt Me03:44
- 8Sex on Fire03:19
- 9My Attic03:15
- 10I'm a Man02:55
- 11Mad About the Boy02:50
Info for High Drama
Renowned for re-imagining songs from American Idol to his stirring viral hit with Cher's "Believe", Adam Lambert - the Grammy-nominated pop icon, LGBTQ trailblazer and Queen front man - brings you High Drama, a wonderfully diverse collection of covers with a twist, held together by Adam’s once-in-a-generation voice and trademark flair.
High Drama" - the title of the new album was not chosen by chance, of course, because the US-American loves the grand gesture. And we experience him here more than ever as an artist who feels comfortable in his own skin, who is fully himself - and savours every minute of it.
For his new album, Adam Lambert also took on the role of executive producer, the songs themselves were produced by Tommy English (Kacy Musgraves, Carly Rae Jepsen), Andrew Wells (Halsey, OneRepublic), George Moore and Mark Crew. "High Drama" takes us on a journey through modern music, from classics like Ann Peebles' "I Can't Stand The Rain" and Bonnie Tyler's "Holding Out For A Hero" to more recent hits like Billie Eilish's "Getting Older" - here in a glam-inspired version - and a rocking interpretation of Lana Del Rey's "West Coast". What all the songs have in common is that they feature Adam Lambert's incomparable vocal talent.
After blowing everyone away on the eighth season of American Idol, Adam Lambert went on to release his debut album ‘For Your Entertainment’ which included the international hit ‘Whatya Want From Me’ and earned him a Grammy Award nomination. Adam followed this success with his second album ‘Trespassing’ which became the first album to reach the number one spot in the US and Canada by an openly gay artist. His highly anticipated third album ‘The Original High’ was his first for Warner Bros Records which was executive produced by Max Martin and Shellback and included the smash hit ‘Ghost Town’.
Adam joined the cast of Glee for a six-episode story in 2013 and performed the role of Eddie in Fox’s The Rocky Horror Picture Show. He went on to judge on The X Factor Australia where his artist, Isaiah, won the show. Adam has been touring as the lead singer of Queen (Queen + Adam Lambert) since 2012, including two huge world arena tours which sold out in minutes and gained critical acclaim.
In between touring the world with Queen, Adam has been exploring the world of film and TV with a cameo in Oscar winning film ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ as well as voicing character 'Emperor Maximus' in animated-live action hybrid movie ‘Playmobil: The Movie’. In 2019, Adam released single ‘Superpower’ on Sep 4th ahead of his highly anticipated EP ‘Velvet: Side A’ which went into the top 10 download chart in the UK and US on release. The same month, Queen + Adam Lambert headlined Global Citizen Festival following a huge North American tour.
At the beginning of 2020, Adam Lambert launched the ‘Feel Something Foundation’; a non-profit organisation in support of LGBTQ human rights. Adam released ‘Roses’ featuring Nile Rodgers early February 2020, a track from his album ‘Velvet’, which was released 20th March. In October 2020, Queen + Adam Lambert released Live Around The World; a live album compiled of songs performed at various shows between June 2014 and February 2020. Live Around The World hit number 1 on the UK and Australian album charts. In Spring 2021, Adam Lambert was announced as part of the judging panel for upcoming ITV (UK) entertainment show Starstruck. In the US, he’ll join the celebrity judging panel on Clash of the Cover Bands (E!), a new music competition series executive produced by Jimmy Fallon.
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