Adam Lambert Live in Concert. Glam Nation Summer 2010 Tour: Pacific Amphitheater, Costa Mesa, CA
Who didn’t see Adam Lambert on his Glam Nation tour this year? While the US was buzzing about him, the venues were smaller than those in Asian, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and Europe. What’s up United States? Get with the Glam Nation program and get into the mix with Adam Lambert.
He is incredibly gifted as a singer; a genuinely nice guy according to everyone who has worked with him; and he’s got a lot of talent to take him far beyond just rock & roll. Being cute doesn’t hurt either!! People attending his concerts were extremely diverse and many were huge fans who had traveled from Australia and San Francisco to see him. If you look at the photos in the previous video for Glam Nation Summer Tour, you might see (or not) that the ages were from 6 to 70+, men, women and children were there to celebrate the message of light and love that Adam Lambert brings– which seems to be so unusual but shouldn’t be.
What’s really great is that once you walk into the Adam Lambert universe, you come out the other side a different person. He takes you as you are– and you become immersed in his music.
I am not a fan of American Idol. I was aware that Adam Lambert was on the show– and I followed trivia but never even saw a video. The closest I got to Adam before that concert was the “Love and Logic “ cover of “Whataya Want From Me“– an acoustic, stripped down version of the original. I also read the book, “On the Meaning of Adam Lambert“ by Juneau and Xena. (more about the book on another post)
Concert Day 1: Pacific Amphitheater, Costa Mesa.
This is merely a compilation of clips from the concert. I was swallowed up into this maelstrom/tornado of music and people so kind and generous they were willing to give me a ticket for FREE to get into the concert when they learned I had never seen one. Thank you to twitter.com/mynameisEric , Mytrea, Nick, Juneau, Xena and everyone else I met (Jean– you are awesome!!)
This is just a step in the path of the various videos, posts, and stuff I have to write about this universe that Lambert has created– with the help of friends, family and fans. There is so much more and as I am touched by fans and those I who hear what I am saying– both on podcast and also in these blogs– there is so much more to this story than just one man and his music. It’s the collective consciousness and the fact that we can make a difference. We can create change. We are not alone.
This was like seeing Disneyland for the first time– but for children of all ages– and for adults who get the entendres of what Lambert has to say. He doesn’t take himself too seriously– he’s playful. He’s fun. His concerts are a BLAST!
I have the Glam Nation Music Box videos to edit, a conversation with a Lambert fan who shares what and why Lambert is so iimportant. This is an ongoing conversation. Please realize that with the holidays coming up, I will sneak more posts in but probably won’t wrap this all up until January. I did just post a review on the book on Amazon.com. I thought I had done that– but it’s obvious from my Hawaii posts that the book traveled with me and I gave it serious consideration- because there has to more out of life than what the current economy is giving us.
Now if his label (SONY), his management and his PR would just engage in social media and with bloggers and other writers (like me).. we could whip this into a frenzy that hasn’t been seen since the Beatles or Elvis Presley.
Stevie Wilson, LA-Story.com
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