Adam Lambert will perform an acoustic version of his song “Aftermath” on the “American Idol” Thursday.

The 2009 runner-up of the “Idol” tweeted, “Hey guess what?! I will be performing ‘Aftermath’ on American Idol on Thursday, March 10! Gonna take it down acoustic style.” He also stated that the remixed track will be available on his official website the same day, which is also part of an effort to raise money for The Trevor Project. The song is a perfect fit for supporting the Trevor Project’s primary objectives of protecting, informing, and supporting LGTBQ teens.

The singer will drop his up-coming CD/DVD “Glam Nation Live” on March 22. It was shot during his show in Indianapolis, Indiana at Clowes Hall on August 31, 2010.

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Eiko Watanabe is a Blast staff writer in New York

5 Responses

  1. kiitykat

    Thanks for the article and spreading the news. I hope everyone likes Adam’s preformance on Idol March10th. I have heard him sing it live and it is a very good song. I am glad the proceeds will help LGBTQ teens. love that you have the cover of his Acoustic Live EP up there.

  2. Jennifer

    OMG, can’t wait. Four more days until we get to see Adam Lambert again. Breathe, just breathe!

  3. JB

    The Trevor Project is a very worthwhile charity. I am glad it is for once getting high profile visibility.

  4. CNB

    I’m so happy that Adam will be performing on Idol since the Grammy people neglected to give him that honor on THEIR show. “Aftermath” is a beautiful song and I’m hoping that the Billboard remix of it will get lots of airplay on the radio. Adam is an amazing man and an amazing performer whose live shows leave you mesmerized and in a happy trance for days afterward!

  5. Jenn

    I am really excited that Adam will be performing on Idol. The Trevor Project is a great cause and this song is such a tribute to the kids/people out there that feel different and are struggling to find their way. Adam and his dear friends wrote it from the heart.


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