I recently read Longbourne by Jo Baker, which is a retelling of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice from the point of view of the servants. It’s a great book that I’d actually like to talk about, but that’s not what … Continue reading
When I started this, I began with a list of why today is bad. But we know why it’s bad. We know the person who will be sworn in at noon EST today, and we know what he did to … Continue reading
Yes. I got to attend two The Original High shows – the very first US one and the New Brunswick one a week later. I probably could go to the one in Manhattan Mar 3, but I can’t do general … Continue reading
In what is possibly the last in this series of articles, Adam is on top. As he prefers.
Auditions. Starts with winners being announced, and people dreaming of being on the show, ending with Nick’s victory, and focusing on a Golden Ticket. Brian Dunkleman! Montage of auditioners. First auditioner. Michele Marie. 15. Can name all the winners. Fan … Continue reading
Before I liveblog at least the first audition episode, I wanted to give a few thoughts. This is the reality show that actually affected reality. This is the reality show that was such a juggernaut that other stations carefully programmed … Continue reading
We are at the beginning of Era 3. At this writing, a new single is a week away, and a new album will be released this summer. In the past six years, Adam has changed publicity agents, management and, most … Continue reading
Last week was a very busy one. Adam started his European tour fronting Queen (with the most amazing, positive reviews I’ve ever seen), he appeared on American Idol as a judge, AND we finally got the news we’d really been … Continue reading
Yes, I know it was almost a week ago, and I’m not blogging Idol this year, but I figure I should write about this one episode.
Nearly a year ago, the remaining members of Queen plus Adam Lambert had a press conference to announce a tour of North America. Brian May made a point then that he would make multiple times in months to come – … Continue reading