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article imageReview: Adam Lambert fabulous at Marquee Nightclub in New York Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jun 26, 2015 in Music
New York - On June 25, pop music superstar Adam Lambert performed at Marquee Nightclub in the heart of New York City, for a sold-out venue.
The doors opened after 11 p.m. and he premiered his latest single "Ghost Town" for a nightclub of screaming fans, most of which were singing the lyrics back to him verbatim. A giant televised screen with blue and red lights featured his name in the background, and it displayed the cover art of his latest studio album, The Original High, which garnered a rave review from Digital Journal.
He was backed by two male dancers, and he showed off a few moves of his own. "Thank you, New York City. I love you guys," he said, following the warm reception of his performance. "Happy Pride," he exclaimed, in celebration of Pride Week.
While "Ghost Town" may be about the disappointments in life, his "Glambert" fans at Marquee last night were anything but disappointed. In fact, his vocal was fantastic.
The Verdict
Seeing Adam Lambert perform "Ghost Town" live at the intimate setting of Marquee Nightclub was worth the price of the entry ticket alone. He poured his heart in the song, and was able to hit the high notes effortlessly, while simultaneously commanding the stage. Lambert is the epitome of top-notch talent. He earned an "A" rating for a job well done.
For more information on pop mega-star Adam Lambert, check out his official website.
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