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Adam Lambert's IG Story From London "Happy 4th of July" (Video-Whitney Houston's SBXXV "Star Spangled Banner")

Filed Under () by glitzylady on Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Posted at : Wednesday, July 04, 2018

Adam Lambert's IG Story From London "Happy 4th of July" (Video-Whitney Houston's "Star Spangled Banner" Super Bowl XXV 1991)

Adam's IG story is from Whitney Houston's "Star Spangled Banner" performance at Super Bowl XXV in Tampa, Florida in 1991

Whitney Houston - Star Spangled Banner - YouTube [360p] from Ms. Z on Vimeo.

A bit more about this performance (preface to the video above)

Posted by @glitzylady for ADAM LAMBERT 24/7 NEWS


Dee R Gee said...

Whitney was truly amazing. Right up there with the very best. She and Adam are definitely at that top level of an elite group of vocalists.

Nanbert said...

That was a uniquely patriotic time.....and Whitney Houston was BORN to sing the National Anthem! She sang it simply, without a lot of "curliques" (as many singers like to do) and her voice soared as she lingered on each glorious note. The joy in her face said it all.

The only one my mind...of ever equalling Whitney's performance is Adam. I would only hope that he would keep it simple, like Whitney, to let the brilliance of each note, and the meaning of each word, be absorbed by all those listening.

Of course, a part of the impact of Whitney's rendition was because of the historical timing, and the deep feeling of patriotic spirit, togetherness, and pride felt throughout the country at that moment.

My thoughts now...I dispair at the decline of patriotism in our country. I've never known it to be so divided. It seems that hate, cruelty, self-interest and mean spiritness are overwhelming all the best of what America stands/stood for all my life.

I REMEMBER what it WAS like ...after WWII...we won the fight of good against evil...we helped our fellow man to re-build war-torn nations... we welcomed refugees.....WE WERE PROUD TO BE AMERICANS!!!!!

That PRIDE bubbled up in my if it was more than I could indescribable feeling that I'll never forget! How wonderful to feel that way about your country!

Now it's gone! Who would have thought it was so vulnerable!