The next musical project for Adam Lambert is drawing ever closer, he confirms. The Idol finalist is riding momentum from his U.S. debut with Queen right back into the studio.
Now, Lambert tells Trevor Live that he expects to have more music out next year. Coupled with his work on TV’s Glee, and continued interest in his work with Queen, Lambert could barely contain himself.
“2014 is going to be wild,” Lambert enthused last night.
He was speaking during the Trevor Project Live 2013 event, held on Sunday. That non-profit project, founded in 1998, supports a toll-free suicide hotline catering to both gays and questioning youth.
“For me, I like being part of any LGBT project, any sort of organization — if there is any way that we can lend support,” Lambert adds. “There are young people out there that feel like they don’t have a voice. They feel like they are alone — and they’re not.”
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