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The openly gay pop star and former American Idol contestant Adam Lambert has announced a surprise concert next Tuesday, Sept. 25, at the 9:30 Club...
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''Yeah, you make me wanna listen to music again,'' Adam Lambert sings at the top of his debut, For Your Entertainment. The album is as...