Here are a couple of tweets from Adam regarding the tour, followed by an article that has confirmed that Adam has strained his voice. Right now, they are saying that he will be fine to start his tour, and hopefully he will get some time to sit back and relax so that this will happen. Get better soon, sunshine…
~Greetings extended Glamily!! Thanks 4 all the Twitter love! I’m so thrilled 2 perform 4 u all face 2 face in the coming months! GlamNation!!
~I have great news! Although no details can yet be confirmed, the Glam Nation Tour WILL be going international in the Fall!!! Stay tuned!
**THIS JUST IN**
May 26, 2010
Posted by John J. Moser at 03:56:51 PM on May 26, 2010
Lambert5 Adam Lambert, last year’s ”American Idol” runner-up, who is scheduled to start his first tour a week from Friday, has strained his voice, a spokeswoman for his record label said today.
Lambert was supposed to hold a telephone news conference Thursday in advance of the start of his tour June 4 at F.M. Kirby Center in Wilkes-Barre. He is scheduled to play Bethlehem’s Musikfest festival on Aug. 13. Tickets are still available.
But RCA Records spokeswoman Vanessa Fine said in a statement this afternoon that she “just received some unfortunate news – apparently Adam has strained his voice” and had to postpone the conference.
Fine said the strain will not affect the start of Lambert’s tour, and that she hoped to reschedule the conference for next week.
She said she did not have information on how the strain occurred. His website included no word of the strain.
Lambert gave an energetic performance of his song “If I Had You” on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” on Friday.
As of this afternoon, there are six newly available $139 tickets to the catered café area at Lambert’s Musikfest show. At the 7,500-seat RiverPlace main stage, there also were 444 reserved tickets at $37 left and 1,061 lawn tickets at $25 each.
Lambert’s debut disc “For Your Entertainment” was at No.72 on Billboard’s albums chart this week, and the single “Whataya Want from Me” was No. 28, after peaking at No. 10.