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Warner Music Singapore Facebook Posted Adam Lambert "Welcome To The Show" Music Video

Filed Under () by Admin Fan on Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Posted at : Wednesday, July 13, 2016



Posted by @Admin Fan for ADAM LAMBERT 24/7 NEWS

3 comments:

Lam-My said...

I think Welcome To The Show, will make a splash in Singapore; it's very appealing to both young and old; Adam and Laleh synergise, riding on each other's talent and youthful beauty. Many Singaporeans, in fact everybody, wears this 'veil' to shield themselves against the harsh realities one faces, so the song is not addressing only gay people who I feel may take the brunt of it. But Adam sort of just sails through it, resolute, not going to kowtow or apologise; but don't forget, it hurts just the same! when people ridicule or step on them based on their misguided, ill-informed judgement/condemnation. The best part is Adam doesn't fight back when this actually happens to him, though he stands his ground and speaks against it. It makes him more resilient.
However, Singaporeans by and large are a very accepting people because that basically is who we are, all kinds of people pulling in the same direction, the majority.
Ah, Adam is bringing two more maestros to Singapore in September at the F1 Grand Prix; yes, Queen and Adam will raise our spirits; respect and love one another is clear with Queen and Adam and you can see when that happens the result is fruitful for everybody. Brian's cosmic guitar trills and Adam's rock screams will pierce the race tracks and the historic Padang! with Roger's mighty bangs and booms. They'll give those powerful Racers a run for their money, and Singaporeans a jolly good time.

Lam-My said...

Okay, 'rock screams' may not be as accurate because in all sincerity, they are not screams, rather, Adam's inhaled/exhaled rock vocals from his well-disciplined resonance chambers; honed through years of training including some opera.

Lam-My said...

Queen and Adam
A powerful synergy
A renaissance of Queen music
Revival of the 70's
Then, seemingly more liberty
To express oneself
Less intrusion into privacy
Now, more scrutiny
On diversity, identity, acceptance
Eye-opener of the 21st century