There isn’t a voice in music quite like Adam Lambert. The 34-year-old powerhouse had us talking from the moment he belted out those Bohemian Rhapsody lyrics when he first auditioned for American Idol way back when.
Three albums, successful tours and a handful of award nominations and wins later, we still go crazy over his show-stopping voice and lovable personality. Whether it’s touring his own material, singing his heart out as the frontman for Queen, or making stellar cameos on shows like Glee and Pretty Little Liars, Adam is one of music’s biggest assets.
When he’s not crushing his own songs he’s wowing us with the spin he puts on some of our favourite songs. If you were wondering if there’s anything he can’t sing, we’re here to tell you that the answer is no.
There are the Adam Lambert covers that we just had to show you because they’re going to blow your mind.
Is This Love (Bob Marley)
An unexpected but exceptional choice.
Red House (Jimi Hendrix)
Few could blow us away – Adam is one of those few.
Ring of Fire (Johnny Cash)
You’ve never heard a Johnny Cash cover quite like this one!
Girl Crush (Little Big Town)
Can we listen to this on repeat for the rest of our lives???
Titanium (David Guetta feat. Sia)
His voice just fits with every song.
Somebody To Love (Queen)
There’s a reason the band asked Adam to be their frontman…we hope Freddie loves him as much as we do.
Marry The Night (Lady Gaga)
SO much fun!
Feeling Good (Nina Simone)
It was clear from the beginning that he was something special.
Not many can take on Steven Tyler’s high notes but obviously Adam can SLAY them.
Black Cat (Janet Jackson)
That voice…and that jacket!
His duets with Lea were FIRE.
I Want To Break Free (Queen)
What a powerhouse!
Faith (George Michael)
We have…a lot of feelings.
Tracks Of My Tears (Smokey Robinson)
Beth/Detroit Rock City (Kiss)
So much awesome on one stage.
Whole Lotta Love (Led Zeppelin)
No one covers classic rock songs quite like our Adam.
Born To Be Wild (Steppenwolf)
And born to sing!
Mad World (Gary Jules)
There’s a reason this cover became his signature.