Adam Lambert has done it again! His latest concert on his Glam Nation tour was at the Paramount Theatre in Denver, Colorado on July 17, 2010. At this sold-out, 1870-seat venue, the Glam Nation Tour reached epic heights in musicality and production quality.
When I saw Adam in his first solo concert at Fantasy Springs, I thought “this is great – but I can’t wait until he has the time and money to produce something that lets his creative side come out more”. I knew he had more – way more – to give. And he did.
Adam Lambert’s current concert tour, the Glam Nation tour, is just the beginning of our amazing journey with Adam in a long line of concert tours to come. I’m not only thrilled with how his first concert tour has turned out – I am totally blown away! But then, it’s not the first time Adam has blown me away. I’m sure you know the feeling.
The theme that runs through the concert is one thing that sets the Glam Nation Tour apart. Adam talks about love, relationships, and life throughout the concert as introductions to his songs. At other times, he just lets his feelings out, interacting with the audience. As they say, it’s all good.
Before the Concert
On to to show itself… Before the concert, Adam gave an interview on Denver’s Mix 100 radio. You can listen to that here (Pt. 1) and here (Pt. 2). No pictures, just a shot of him to longingly stare at while you listen to his voice. This is fun to listen to. I’m listening to it in the background as I write this.
Adam also had a Meet & Greet courtesy of local radio stations. Radio station winners got to meet Adam in person
Videos of Adam Lambert’s Denver Concert: the Full Concert
Allison Iraheta opened the show. You can watch some of the videos of her in concert here and here. I love Allison and am so glad she is touring with Adam. She has such a sexy, sultry voice. Hopefully we will all get to know Allison better on this tour and support her by buying her CD’s.
Adam’s set list at the Denver concert was the Opening Medley with Voodoo, Down The Rabbit Hole, and Ring Of Fire, folowed by Fever, Sleepwalker, WWFM, Soaked, Aftermath, an Interlude with Sure Fire Winners, Strut, Music Again, If I Had You as the finale, and the encore – Mad World and Whole Lotta Love.
To see pictures of the concert, check out this link.
Here is the whole concert, in order:
Adam Lambert’s Glam Nation Tour at the Paramount: Denver Colorado, July 17, 2010
Strut At the beginning of this, Adam comments, “I might not be able to breathe, but I can dance.” At the mile-high city, Adam has been tossed into an altitude that makes it hard to breathe without any chance to adjust. Yet he dances and sings like crazy. He holds nothing back. The man must be in amazing shape.
Finale-IIHY: Adam introduces the band members and lets them show off their skills. Camilla is hot on that keyboard! And of course, Longineau, Tommy, and Monty are outstanding, as usual. Mid-way into IIHY he introduces his dancers. Someone’s head is in the way for part of this, but watch Adam’s face as he watches the dancers. Adam dances with his choreographer at the end of this. The way Adam rolls his body makes my heart race!
At the end of the concert, the concert-goers had to have been on such a high! I know that seeing something on YouTube doesn’t feel like actually being there. I can only imagine. If you want to have a glimmer of what it feels to be there at the finale of an Adam Lambert concert, watch this one.
Encore Adam’s encore followed the finale. His upbeat version of “Mad World” is followed by one of my all-time Adam Lambert favorites, his sultry, sensuous, psychedelic version of “Whole Lotta Love”.
So there you have it – I most humbly submit to you Adam’s latest performance on his Glam Nation Tour. I can’t wait to see him myself in about a week. Even watching the videos over and over doesn’t spoil it for me, ’cause I simply can’t get enough of Adam!
Hope to see some of you at the concerts!
– Sandra Essary aka “Sandy”