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article imageReview: Adam Lambert phenomenal on George Michael tribute in Los Angeles Special

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 20, 2017 in Music
Los Angeles - On August 19, global music star Adam Lambert paid homage to one of his biggest musical influences, the late George Michael, at the 27th annual Angel Awards GALA of Project Angel Food.
This event was at the Project Angel Food's 2017 Angel Awards GALA, which took place in Los Angeles, California. This nonprofit organization is responsible for delivering meals to people that are critically ill.
Lambert dedicated a three-song set to the late British pop star and Wham! front-man. He was one of many performers (from stage and television) that tipped their hats to Michael, as they simultaneously raised funds for the Project Angel Food organization.
Michael was posthumously honored with the Elizabeth Taylor Leadership Award for his decades of service to Project Angel Food, where he would donate $25,000 annually to this charity.
Lambert's vivacious rendition of George Michael's "Faith" was upbeat and refreshing. He also sang a spell-binding version of "One More Try."
Equally phenomenal was his powerhouse rendition of Queen's "Somebody to Love." "Now, I know my way around a couple of Queen songs," he admitted. "Actually, round circle here, is that he recorded this song for the Freddie Mercury tribute in 1991, after Freddie had passed, and the song became a huge hit, so I'm going to connect the circle and we're going to do "Somebody to Love'," he added, and belted out the classic tune.
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