Adam Lambert’s career has been nothing short of impressive, and it appears that he’s only just getting started.
Lambert first gained widespread recognition after finishing in second place during the eighth season of the popular reality show “American Idol.” Since then, he has released several successful albums, including his debut album “For Your Entertainment,” which received critical acclaim.
The hit single “Whataya Want From Me” was a huge success for Lambert, landing him on various top charts and earning him critical praise for his musical talent and dedication to his craft. However, it was Lambert’s inclusion in the six-concert tour for the legendary band Queen in 2011 that truly cemented his name as an industry icon. His performance drew rave reviews and comparisons to the iconic Freddie Mercury, inspiring the band to invite him on full time.
Queen’s original guitarist, Brian May, has repeatedly praised Lambert for his impressive range and voice quality. May has even gone so far as to say that watching Lambert develop as a vocalist is reminiscent of the time he spent watching Mercury perform.
Despite his success as Queen’s frontman, Lambert has taken on a new challenge. In a ceremony honoring the iconic musician Cher, Lambert’s rousing rendition of her hit song “Believe” brought her to tears. Lambert’s exceptional talent is simply too good to keep to oneself, so be sure to check out his version of “Believe” and share the magic with others. Whether he’s performing his own songs or channeling another artist, Lambert always seems to hit all the right notes.