2012 brings Adam Lambert to sing on the film
Born in Indianapolis, he moved to Southern California to grow up in our beloved city. Raised in Rancho Penasquitos, he attended Mt. Carmel High School. Like many do, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career.
Starting off in theater and performing in a number of bands and shows, it was only a matter of time until Lambert got on American Idol. Dazzling the audience and fans worldwide, Lambert was a new shining star that burned brighter than most idol contestants. Picked to win, and pegged as the favorite amongst the Idol community, Lambert surprisingly lost. Despite his loss, Lambert was set to do bigger and better things, and took it with a grain of salt.
One of those said-to-be star moments of Lambert’s is his new song in the film 2012.
Lambert’s contribution to the film has been quoted by Queen’s guitarist Brian May as “so obviously a number one hit.” Praise from a man of May’s status is not something that comes lightly. Obviously Lambert amazed May with the song, showing him that the “age of Lambert” is about to begin; the closing of Idol was just the beginning for him.
2012 is a film that is based around the apocalyptic premonitions of many cultures throughout the world; the prediction is that the last day of earth’s existence is December 21, 2012. Human existence as we know it may come to an end, but at least we’ll get to rock out to Lambert’s track as it is happening.
Lambert’s song has almost become more anticipated than the film itself. Many people have been waiting to see what Lambert will do next, and how he has transformed himself after his appearance on American Idol.
The song is said to be so great, we here at the Entertainer believe it will launch him into iconic status and will jump start his career into a whole other realm. To let you know how powerful his song is said to be, and probably is, here is the direct quote from Brian May. He is not some slouch in music, and his opinion almost guarantees the song as a smashing hit.
“I have to say I was completely blown away … it’s truly sensational. In fact it’s so obviously a number one smash, any bookie would be mad to take bets on it. I am not kidding. I’m not easily moved to jelly by male vocalists … but Adam’s voice reaches out with sensitivity, depth, maturity, and awesome range and power which will make jaws drop all around the world. It’s an awesome performance. No doubt about it. The world of Rock has a bright new star.”