Tag: Idols Top 10
Answer: Sure looks like it! Love his stuff or hate it, he’s still the most interesting thing about season eight.
Driving into work this morning, I turned on the radio and the hosts were mid-squawk about Adam Lambert.
Not “American Idol.” Just Adam Lambert. It’s Motown night tonight, so they were imagining what he might sing.
Eight of the top 10 Idols were in Detroit to try out songs (Megan Joy Corkrey and Michael Sarver were sick), and it was there that Lambert said Marvin Gaye was his favorite Motown act.
So that set people off, imagining a Middle Eastern sitar take on “Sexual Healing” or some wild Broadway showstopper of “Let’s Get it On.”
Radio host 1: “The kid has us talking.”
Radio host 2: “Of course he does!”
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Tune in tonight to watch Adam Lambert take the stage for Idol’s 50 Years of Motown on Fox network. You don’t want to be left out… it’s what everyone’s talking about!
– This week the “Idol” top 10 take on the best of Motown, a theme certain to get Scott Fuller’s jukebox jumpin’. But it was a mistake to look past last week’s Grand Ole Opry visit — which I presumed to be a snoozer — because several unexpected performances indicated that any of the top talent from this season’s lineup is capable of a superstar showing.
Here you have it folks: the gang that will be taking to the road this summer for the “Idol” tour — which got me thinking: How much would I pay to see these performers on stage?
According to Scott Fuller, Adam Lambert is the Top Dollar Talent and those of us here at TheAdamLambertConnection.com/forum are in agreement.
Adam Lambert, 26 (Los Angeles)
Adam no doubt learned how to put on a good show from his experience in the cast of “Wicked” in Los Angeles. Far from the “indulgent rubbish” Simon called it, Adam’s inventive, adventurous Middle Eastern take on “Ring of Fire” had a definite Led Zeppelin feel and demonstrated his willingness to venture out and take risks. I envision a fun, fiery rock concert of flamboyant costumes, brilliant lights and pyrotechnics, unexpectedly appealing song choices and Steven Tyler-type vocal screeching. I just hope the beers don’t cost $9. PRICE: $49.95
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