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article imageReview: Adam Lambert fantastic at KTUphoria at Jones Beach Theater Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jun 1, 2015 in Music
On May 31, Adam Lambert performed at KTUphoria at the Nikon at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh on Long Island, for New York's 103.5 FM KTU radio station.
He began his set with his haunting yet elegant new ballad and radio single "Ghost Town," where he was able to show off some neat dance moves. "Get up and dance, c'mon," Lambert said, mid-way through the song, urging his fans to let loose and have a good time.
"What's up guys? You having fun?" he asked the Long Island crowd, prior to belting out his signature song "Whataya Want From Me."
"Are you guys having fun? Are you feeling good?" Lambert asked. "I see you guys dancing out there. I see you people singing the words. That's right," he said, prior to advertising that his brand new album, The Original High, will be coming out on June 16, on Warner Bros. Records.
He closed with "Evil In the Night," a new tune from his upcoming studio album, and judging from his dynamic vocal performance, it is safe to say that it's a keeper. Bravo.
"Thank you ladies and gentlemen," he said, prior to taking a bow. "Give it up for this band, c'mon. Thank you guys. Have a good night."
The Verdict
Vocally, Adam Lambert proved to be in a league of his own at KTUphoria. His stage presence was exceptional, and he was able to hit the high notes effortlessly, while interacting well with the crowd, which inevitably loved him in return. His mini-concert garnered an A rating.
For more information on Grammy-nominated global music star Adam Lambert, check out his official website.
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