Probably the only time we will ever see Adam perform shirtless!
@noadomenech: @queenmidgard @adamlambert And he can perform like this. True rebel and powerful stage presence. I wish he still performed like this.
That was fun. I will always enjoy it. But I am grateful that Adam made it out of the "underground" and became a successful world star. So many of them with big talent never do. I guess we can thank his decision to go on Idol for that, lol. I do sometimes wonder if any of them, before him, tried out for shows like Idol. I know some tried out after he made a big splash (it did not work out the same for them) but would love to know if they gave it a go before he was brave enough to go for it. And he was brave because he did not think someone like himself would go very far. Surprise, surprise. He became one of the most popular and successful Idols ever.
These 4 shows to me were " a given " to have a full band and back-up singers. I would be keen to know how long the performances are going to be, which would indicate inclusion of how many more songs other than Velvet songs.
It gets one thinking, does Adam have a different bassist lined up for the upcoming TV performance? The Talk, Nov 12 is firm and in print. I would hope for a tv appearance it would be/should be a full band for the best "punch" --like for the Kelly and Ryan Show.
James Corden Show still has no listing for an Adam appearance, and musical guests are listed through next week. There could be a taping to insert at some later date. (maybe someone got some wrong info???)
City Light up Nov 22 -- this could be acoustic, like Cities Gives Back BUT when listed as a headliner to close out the evening ----was hopeful the whole band concept would be there. Expensive I know. Of course Almost Acoustic Dec 12 seems a given it is acoustic. It keeps expenses down as well.
Seems likely that Nov 22 would be with a band -- it is a big event and Adam is the headliner. But no info about it.
Corden Show does not have Adam listed anywhere yet.
"Now there’s an audience for me being exactly who I am. There’s permission given.” Adam Lambert