Three years later, Adam Lambert released his second album titled “Trespassing” in May 2012 to critical acclaim. The second album debuted to No. 1 spot on the US Billboard 200. It also topped the Billboard Digital Albums Chart as well as Canada’s Digital Album Chart.
Lambert also made music history by being the first openly gay artist to have achieved the chart-topping position.
After his scheduled concert in Singapore on New Year’s Eve, Adam Lambert will be in a very busy January as part of his “The Original High” concert tour is slated from January 3 to 31 covering various cities in four countries including China, Japan, New Zealand, and Australia.
The concert tour has a part two but he has yet to post the schedule on his Twitter account.
On New Year’s Day, he went to London to join Queen in a concert that was held at the Central Hall Westminster near the iconic Big Ben clock-tower and served as sort of warm-up act to a fireworks display along the river Thames at midnight.
It was a perfect send off by Adam Lambert + Queen to 2015 which has been quite prolific for the group. It also augured an even busier year for Lambert especially with his “The Original High” tour coming along.
Lambert is also expected to join Queen in several music festivals this year, which is something that they have not done previously.