July 17, 2008 Adam Lambert's American Idol Audition Great Day San Francisco Before/After Audition Interview Rock With You/Bohemian Rhapsody Cow Palace Daly City (near San Francisco) CA
Danielle Stori & John Chandler went to the Idol audition with Adam. Neither made it to the producers' round.
Complete Audition Montage by Lambosessed 2 years ago: Fri, Jun 26, 2009 Complete audition montage includes Rock With You, Bohemian Rhapsody and interview footage from before and after the audition, created from various different clips I've edited. No copyright infringement intended. Come and drop by my site adamlambertobsession.blogspot.com for all your Adam-obsessive needs. Downloadable from bit.ly/LamboDLs
July 17, 2008 Audition Rock with You/Bohemian Rhapsody Cow Palace Daly City (near San Francisco) CA
July 17, 2008 Adam Lambert's American Idol Audition is on July 17, 2008 at the Cow Palace in Daly City near San Francisco CA. He sings Michael Jackson's "Rock with You" and Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" in front of judges Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul, Kara DioGuardi and Randy Jackson. Although Simon Cowell finds him too theatrical, he gets all 4 votes and a ticket to Hollywood. Adam is interviewed by Mario lopez, producer for Great Day San Francisco, before and after auditioning for the 4 judges. The interview doesn't air on Great Day SF until May 21, 2009, the day after the American Idol finale.
Note: Danielle & John Chandler went to the Idol audition with Adam.
Uploaded by gerardus1aunt on Aug 5, 2009 The original was recorded Aug. 8, 2008 after the show Wicked and the cast came out. He was Fiyero. The original video was uploaded to my facebook acct but my old computer crashed with all my vids, so I don't know how to transfer video FROM facebook to Youtube...so here it is rerecorded off of my facebook acct. Hope you enjoy it anyway
Adam Lambert Wicked Uploaded on Jun 18, 2010 by AdamLambertGlamRock
Adam Lambert's 'Zodiac Show' Roots jneen8 Uploaded on May 22, 2009 An interview with Adam Lambert's co-stars from the Zodiac Show about him entering American Idol and his professional background.
Did you notice...: - Around 1:40, the FAMOUS platform boots? - Around 1:51, the wings cage/armour thing Adam wore during his Duet with kiss in the finale? (BEST PERFORMANCE IN THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN IDOL!!!!)
RockStar Weekly Interviews From Freedom To Zodiac: The Story Of The Zodiac Show
The Zodiac Show is a multi-genre, music driven, concert-style theatrical event that has featured such legendary entertainers as Macy Gray, Adam Lambert and Carmit Bachar (formerly of The Pussycat Dolls).
It unifies artists and performance from mainstream to avant-garde and everything in between. The Zodiac serves as a platform for diversity, and music is the universal language that resonates and parallels the journey of our lives. From new talent to celebrities, everyone is a star on this stage we call life, where freedom of expression is a must!
The Zodiac band, combined with its eclectic group of singers. dancers, and specialty acts, are sure to entertain and inspire. With 12 astrological themes driving each unique experience, no two Zodiac Shows are the same. The Zodiac Show is the next step in the evolution of entertainment.
It all started in 2001 as an underground after-hours event in a Hollywood photo studio. It was dubbed “The Freedom Party.”
Lee Cherry, an LA based photographer along with Bachar and some of their friends, threw a legendary all night event that attracted celebrities such as Christina Aguilera, Usher, Janet Jackson, Brittney Murphy, Michael C. Hall as well as the hottest underground superstars. choreographers. dancers, musicians, and performing artists of all stripes. But no matter what they were into or their level of success, they danced the night away, sharing a common bond Freedom.
'The Freedom Party' was a place where rockers, rappers. dancers, drag queens, celebs, fire eating supermodels, and spoken word poets found a harmonious creative outlet. It became clear that the organic jams needed a real setting and stage. Thus. The Zodiac Show was born.
A modern day Moulin Rouge that has found its way to some of LA's hottest venues such as The Key Club on the Sunset Strip and the legendary Avalon Hollywood. No publicists, no billboards, just word of mouth. Grammy winning and nominated artists Macy Gray and Vikter Duplaix performed, as well as underground celebs Dita Von Teese and Masuimi Max. Combined with today’s hottest choreographers, dancers and musicians for artists such as Madonna. Jennifer Lopez. Janet Jackson. Britney Spears. and Robin Thicke, it was a magical spectacle' The Zodiac Show has truly been an organic process with the purest intentions, and continues to evolve while re-inspiring all to remember why we do what we do on stage. If you get it. you get it. If not...there's lots of sexy and talented entertainers putting on a fabulous variety show!
Cherry and Bachar have taken the 2008 show and created a detailed documentary, called The Zodiac Show: Metamorphosis, that they hope will surface at film festivals. See how a simple documentation turned into documentary which is now being considered for Sundance. Carmit also discussed what it was like when she was a Pussycat Doll, what her upcoming solo album will be like, and her extensive charity work. So sit down, relax, turn up the volume and enjoy.
It’s a sleepy Tuesday night in Los Angeles and the crowd at the historic Avalon Hollywood is getting impatient. They’re here to see The Zodiac Show – dubbed a modern day Moulin Rouge – with live music, dancing and singing. Rehearsal footage projected and looped on giant screens overhead promise even more. The booze is flowing liberally, the crowd is dressed in their hipster best and the show couldn’t start any sooner. Unfortunately, things are running an hour behind and the static Zodiac Show logo on the curtains is getting old fast. This had better be worth the wait.
The origins of The Zodiac Show began in 2001 as an after-hours party held in a photo studio and hosted by photographer Lee Cherry and his friend, ex-Pussycat Doll Carmit Bachar. They called it “The Freedom Party” and the event attracted entertainers of varying fame, talent and backgrounds, ranging from recognizable names to underground performers that rapped, danced, spun and thrashed. With such a pool of talent to draw from, sharing the same goal of creative freedom, it was only natural to evolve the party into a real show at a real venue.
The Avalon Hollywood is the latest theater to have The Zodiac Show grace its stage. This historic location has welcomed performers such as the Beatles for their first West Coast performance in 1964 and has bid farewell to others, like the Ramones for their final concert in 1996. It has been host to presidents, game shows and celebrity wedding receptions. And tonight, the Avalon Hollywood will feature established and emerging artists that have worked all over the world and with some of the best. That is, if the show ever starts.
“We’ve waited this long,” a man says, doing his best to convince his friends to stay. Across the way, a woman yawns. It’s half an hour to midnight and the following workday is looming large on more and more minds. Then a booming voice calls for places, the lights lower and the curtains part, revealing the Virgo Intro to this variety show.
Dancers in silhouette behind a scrim give way to a commanding figure outlined in blinding light: MzA Superstar. Think Michael Clarke Duncan in drag, sporting a bearskin marching band hat and low-slung hip-huggers. As he begins the first stanza of Led Zeppelin’s Black Dog, it’s obvious that he’s the unofficial ring leader to this rock & roll circus. At the end of the first performance, he asks, “You bitches are gagging, aren’t you? Get ready to gag some more.” To his credit, the first act set the tone perfectly with high energy that electrified the crowd, but the rest of the show wasn’t consistently “gag-worthy.”
The second performance stood out in particular, but mainly because of its placement. Alisan Porter – diminutive in stature, but large in vocals – belted out a self-written love ballad that took the show in a subdued direction that would have been more effective later on. Fortunately, the next piece by Adam Lambert was literally incendiary and had the crowd pumped up again, even if his performance was a little overcooked, brandishing a flaming staff.
As with many variety shows, some acts didn’t connect as well as others. Leo Moctezuma’s and Nina McNeely’s comedic Poopy Pants Blues performed in dance-pantomime sailed over the Hollywood crowd’s collective head. Conversely, Hyperballad, which featured impressive aerial acrobatics by Marlyn Ortiz and Dakota Ferreiro, elevated the entire show and gave the audience something distinctive beyond singing and dancing.
Special consideration is certainly due to the band. Sure, they looked like a motley crew with no unified style. Some sported heads completely encased in red sequins while others doused themselves in glitter body-makeup. The rest just showed up in jeans and t-shirts. Yet, their music was flawless and a wonderful complement to every act that evening.
The Zodiac Show could, however, use a writer’s touch to bring some cohesion to the event. Have an act for each astrological sign or perhaps create characters and tell the tale of their journey through performance. All things considered, the talented cast and varied pieces make The Zodiac Show definitely worth losing some sleep over on a Tuesday night.
Adam Lambert Zodiac Friends at Am Idol 4-14-2009 Born To Be Wild
September 9, 2008 Zodiac Show performance of "Crawl Thru Fire" with an amusing intro. Adam explains his vision for the cos- tume to Lee Cherry and Scarlett. He wants fire, "...flames coming out of my fucking head!" See their reactions to Adam's ideas.
THE ZODIAC SHOW with Carmit Bachar Pussycat Dolls Red Carpet 09.09.08
Description: The Zodiac Show a concert/theatrical extravaganza that is written in the stars! What started as an after-hours party amongst friends has organically grown into a full scale show that takes place periodically in Hollywood California that celebrates, passion, art, love, diversity and talent. The Zodiac Show: Metamorphosis is a concert documentary that follows one particular show that took place at the Legendary Avalon Hollywood on 9/9/08. Starring Adam Lambert, The Pussycat Doll's Carmit Bachar, Allan Louis, Brian Friedman, Ty Taylor, Alisan Porter, Scarlett Cherry and a colorful, talented cast that spans many genre's, this soon-to-be cult classic will leave you with one question...When's the next Zodiac? adamlambertitaly.forumcommunity.net/?t=43687977
This is for major Adamtopia announcements. If you want to discuss Adam, start with today's Daily News & Information thread.
irish1139: Bamafan, I have it. And I want to kiss those lips. I can't wait to see you in Florida, I hope. Thanks for all you have done for me.
Dec 5, 2018 19:53:18 GMT -5
irish1139: Bamafan, I hope to see you in Florida. Thanks for everything. I have to get a new computer. This one is 15 years old and doesn't work well. I hope no one has read the stuff I have typed today. It is nutty.
Dec 5, 2018 19:54:42 GMT -5
bamafan: Irish.....Just happened to look down here....I never do. lol. So glad you got it! Not going down to Florida this time, but hope you can go to a QAL show in Tampa or Sunrise.
Dec 5, 2018 23:52:25 GMT -5
nannygoat: Just heard this parody of Bohemian Rhapsody. Thought everyone would enjoy it. Amazes me how people can be so creative. ow.ly/p9ZH30niDPS and did I mention how much I am enjoying all the 'goodies' we got lately? "Feel Something" is gorgeous.
Mar 10, 2019 17:28:10 GMT -5
suzysuzy79: Never done this before-- can you tell? I want to learn how to chat with you exceptional ladies that I've followed and been thrilled by, since 2014. Somebody teach me how to talk with y'all, please. Thanks for help.
May 22, 2019 14:12:12 GMT -5
cassie: No one reads the shoutbox regularly. To chat with us, type in the QUICK REPLY box above the shoutbox. Or to reply to a specific post, click on QUOTE in the right top corner of the post and start typing your reply. Welcome! Join in.
May 23, 2019 0:49:47 GMT -5
atomom: Adam's artistry is in full display: the surprise of hiccuppy gasps right before "new eyes", the sensuous tongue, one-two punch of "damn" smile, head thrown back, body drops to heavy guitar beats, a lusciously looking Adam--all make NE a visual/aural feast.
May 26, 2019 15:08:34 GMT -5
Q3: ladyregent: The Shoutbox is really for announcement -- if you want to discuss Adam, go to the Daily News Thread for today. You will be able to post there.
Jun 20, 2019 23:22:56 GMT -5
Jablea: Tonight's the night!
Jul 10, 2019 20:59:08 GMT -5
LindaG23: Front page has a mxlr, is there a streamer?
Jul 10, 2019 21:43:56 GMT -5
jason90405: The complete MTV Pride 2 hour special "Adam Lambert's Fierce Pride Anthems". I did miss the first 30 seconds when he was talking about performing for Cher but you can watch or downloads the whole thing here: drive.google.com/file/d/1H3NfgxeBpk0H
Jul 14, 2019 22:54:29 GMT -5
phronni7: Linda, Thank you so much for your kind wishes and thoughts. I tried to send an earlier thanks, but I don’t know what happened. I was definitely in Zombie mode and might still be to some extent. But I love “I was born to Love You”. Than you again, Laur
Oct 22, 2019 2:09:30 GMT -5
irish1139: Is anyone doing a 2020 Adam Lambert calendar
Nov 9, 2019 8:21:28 GMT -5
irish1139: Is anyone doi
Nov 13, 2019 18:46:33 GMT -5
irish1139: Is anyone doing an Adam Lambert calendar for 2020
Nov 13, 2019 18:47:49 GMT -5
cassie: Irish, I don't think anyone regularly checks the shoutbox. But, I am not making a calendar this year. Sorry.
Nov 13, 2019 19:43:38 GMT -5