Adam Lambert inspired the keyboardist on his tour As Camila Grey of Uh Huh Her was lucky enough to be the keyboardist on tour with Adam Lambert, she found herself greatly inspired by the singer.

Grey reveals that being on the GlamNation International Tour was a wonderful experience full of surprise, states AfterEllen.

But she really loved just the experience of working with Lambert: “It was exciting for me to be up there every night and witness such a raw talent.” She admits to always being impressed with his “incredible” vocal skills.

And just like all his fans, she truly enjoyed “that he is so unapologetic about who he is.”

What do you think it would be like to tour with Adam Lambert?

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  • December 22, 2010 | Permalink |

    The other bandmates have commented on what it’s like to be on tour with Adam. The basic common theme has been that he has a strong vision but he is open to others ideas. That he either feels strongly about something or he doesn’t. If he doesn’t feel it then he doesnt’ want it in the show. Also stated is it’s a very tight knit group – the band and dancers. The drummer stated he has never worked in a band where the lead singer had such an amazing vocal gift. He stated he has worked with some really good singers but none as good as Adam. Google “on the meaning of Adam Lambert”. You’ll get a website run by Xena and Juneau. They do blog radio. You can scroll through their archive and hear the interview with the drummer as well as the bass player and guitarist. Also there is an interview with Bryon Cooke a heavy metal DJ over in Austrailia who is really interesting and talks about why he is a fan of Adam’s voice.

  • December 22, 2010 | Permalink |

    Yes, unapologetic is Adam’s best qualilty. He is not afraid to stir up a bit of controversy.
    I liked his interview on Australian X Factor “Controversy is in the eye of the beholder”.
    Love his FU attitude as demonstrated in the now famous Amsterdam concert.
    Don’t ever change Adam!

  • December 22, 2010 | Permalink |

    Adam Lambert is the Best live vocalist I have ever witnessed, I had the pleasure of seeing his show 4 times, I know what she means, I am still in awe of this guys vocal talent and amazing ability to sell the song with such raw emotion everytime! I had to keep pinching myself to make sure I wasn’t dreaming! I have seen so many big name artists and not once was I blown away like I was by Adam! I also love his FU attitude! Adam doesn’t need anyone on stage with him to impress but I love how he praises his band and dancers every single time he performs with them, he is a true artist, one I plan on enjoying for a lifetime!

  • December 23, 2010 | Permalink |

    ADAM is a true artist in every sense of the word. While he downplays his own BRILLIANCE he gives accolades to his band & dancers openly praising them & asking the audience for affirmation at each show. I LOVE that ADAM is UNapologetic & isn’t afraid to take risks. He’s NEVER boring & he keeps you anticipating his next move. That’s fun! That’s ENTERTAINMENT!! I’ m a DEVOTED fan FOREVER!!

  • December 23, 2010 | Permalink |

    The coolest thing is that after over 100 shows, touring for 6 months, living in close quarters, on tour buses in the US, his dancers and band members miss one another and have nothing but good, funny things to say to and about one another. I think Adam leads by example and I think he is smart enough to surround himself with good, generous, kind people. The tour has only been over for a week and we already miss their hilarious stories and pictures.

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