Adam Lambert will perform at the One For The Boys charity event in London.
The One For The Boys Fashion Ball will return to Camden’s infamous Roundhouse tomorrow (12th June 2015), with ‘Ghost Town’ creator Adam Lambert confirmed to perform at it.
One For The Boys is a charitable organisation that focuses on male cancer awareness.
Writing on his official Twitter page this afternoon, Adam Lambert expressed his excitement about performing at the event.
— ADAM LAMBERT (@adamlambert) June 11, 2015
The now Queen frontman joins an already incredible lineup at the ball that includes ‘Elastic Heart’ hitmaker Sia, Scottish singer-songwriter Paolo Nutini, Londoner Ella Eyre and ‘Love Me Again’ sensation John Newman.
Hosted by Samuel L. Jackson and Stanley Tucci, the One For The Boys Ball will also include a fashion show, with Alice Cooper, Oliver Cheshire and David Gandy taking to the catwalk.
Meanwhile, Adam Lambert recently opened up about his collaboration with Brian May and confessed that it was an honour to work with the guitarist on his own material.
Adam said: “I’m really excited that he was able to be a part of it.”
“I kind of knew in the back of my head that it would be cool to work together on my album, and I played [the demo version] of it for him and I said, ‘Would you want to play on this?'”
The track, which is titled ‘Lucy’, features on Lambert’s new album ‘The Original High’.
The album is the third offering from the American Idol sensation, and it features 11-tracks that vary from pop anthems to house bangers.
The album is currently being previewed on Amazon ahead of its release next week on the 15th June 2015.
The video for Adam Lambert’s latest single ‘Ghost Town’ has now gained over 4 million views on YouTube.
This week the track also returned to No. 1 on the Billboard Trending 140 chart, meaning that it was the most shared track on Twitter in the U.S. during that particular hour.
— ADAM LAMBERT (@adamlambert) June 10, 2015