Why were 'warm up' songs not there at the Fantasy Springs performance? Part of GlamNation's fantastic fun was dancing in the aisles before the show really started! Please put the sexy back in warm-ups for the audience!
one day I'll fly away; leave all this to yesterday . . .
I would like to ask Adam what his Mom and Dad and Grandparents were feeling as they sat through his shows on Idol. I mean did they have thoughts like "Look what we did?" Or thoughts of amazement that he came from them or did they know how good he really was? What did they go through as a family during his journey?
What are some unfulfilled goals/desires relating to your career? How do you decide what direction/format to go in, when choosing what genre of music, you want to sing? Do songs which are deeply personal and or intimate, more or less difficult to sing? How do you avoid becoming discouraged when your music doesn't sell as well/or get the recognition it deserves? Is there a way to broaden your visibility, outside of the Internet? What would be the best case scenario in maintaining a public/private life or what aspects of privacy are hard to maintain, living in the public eye? Do you think all the hard work you do gets the results you want? Your career has really taken off overseas-what can fans do here in the US, so more people are exposed to your music? Causes you espouse are varied and appear to address the rights of disenfranchised groups and/or individuals, by what process/criteria do you chose whom/what to support? Will you seek "executive producer" status on all your music projects in the future? In the past, you've felt that sexual orientation was part of any discussion about you, do you feel that has changed or do you feel that your opportunities are limited due to sexual orientation, when music should be the primary criteria? Do the societal barriers come into play as much overseas or is it more restrictive in the US?