Lambert gained most of his notoriety and Hollywood fame for his successful run on the eight season of American Idol. He was runner up to Kris Allen in a very close competition many consider to be the best battle in "Idol" history. Even Allen was shocked, he could beat out the tenor's commanding stage presence, unbelievable vocal range and originality he brought every night. Lambert was awarded praise from the judges and left them in awe after almost every performance of the covers he was handed. It quickly was realized that Adam Lambert concert tickets were going to be in high demand.
Still Lambert was no instant success and American Idol was not his only platform. Lambert had been working hard for showbiz success through the means of theater from a young age. Born in Indianapolis, Indiana his family quickly moved to Rancho Peñasquitos in northeastern San Diego. He became active in performing in middle school where he won an Airband competition which was played to Michael Jackson's "Thriller". By high school, he was involved in theater, choir and a vocalist for the school's jazz band. Lambert was technically a stage actor by the age of 10 when he was cast as "Linus" for San Diego's Lyceum Theater's production of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown. His success as an actor for the production quickly led to many more opportunities, including being part of Fiddler on the Roof at age 12. His acting career then took off and continued throughout his teenage years with roles in big name productions such as Hello, Dolly!, The Music Man and Grease.
Adam Lambert also began to experiment with his vocal in the underground rock band The Citizen Vein. He lent his voice and showmanship to the band off and on briefly as their front man. From the experience, he met Malcolm Welsford, who saw interest and began developing Lamberts recording career through 2005. Lambert said he eventually had a "spiritual awakening" or an epiphany which led him to try out for the American Idol show.
Now in 2010 Lambert is headlining his own major tour as front man in front of his band. The concerts have been getting positive reviews and Adam Lambert concert tickets have become one of the biggest successes in a downbeat concert environment. The show itself is full of what one might expect, lights, high energy and over-the-top theatrics accompanied with dancers. He has been mixing songs from his freshmen album "For Your Entertainment" along with some of the covers he performed on American Idol such as Johnny Cash's "Ring Of Fire" and Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love". Lambert has shown great poise and professionalism in his show and is proving he was meant to be on the stage. A matter of fact his show looks held back within the smaller venues, and he appears ready to take on full stadiums already. This is a great concert on the 2010 schedule so call and order your Adam Lambert concert tickets today! Al is the webmaster for Reedstickets.net for resources on How To Get Adam Lambert Concert Tickets Information and entertainment site for the New York regions entertainment including news and reviews of events with Adam Lambert concert tickets information.