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About soundbath

I loved singing from a very young age and first performed in public when just seven years old. As a child, living as we did, on a farm in the middle of the Kalahari Desert - the place of my birth - we had no television and my mother played records by Mario Lanza, Guiseppe Di Stephano, Beniamino Gigli, Franco Corelli, Jussi Bjorling, Enrico Caruso and other well-known Italian opera tenors, day in and day out. I adored this music and their beautiful voices, and was convinced I would be a tenor when I grew up. But the small matter of being born a girl, shattered that dream! I trained as a soprano instead, and have been fortunate enough to sing all over the world, enjoying some wonderful moments along the way, including being invited to Buckingham Palace by Queen Elizabeth II in recognition of my contribution to the music, economy and culture of the UK.

Adam Lambert sings Nessun Dorma

As many of my social media friends in particular know, I am a great fan of Adam Lambert’s voice. The last ten years has been a particularly enjoyable experience witnessing his ever-evolving career and the development of his wonderful voice. … Continue reading

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Adam Lambert, Queen Frontman

I had the privilege to see Adam Lambert perform with Queen at their last show in 2017 in Birmingham. Although I’d seen them a number of times over the years, this was a particularly unforgettable experience. But I wasn’t alone. … Continue reading

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Adam Lambert’s Beautiful Voice

Picture provided by kind generosity of Diane White – please don’t copy without her permission.   PART ONE Every now and then, the world is gifted an important musician and artist in a profound way, an artist who inspires, stimulates … Continue reading

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Tempus, a brand new theatrical experience inspired by the Zodiac Shows

When I recently tweeted the following statement, fans of Grammy nominated singer/songwriter, Adam Lambert – the Glamberts as they call themselves – knew instantly what I meant: This is #Adamsfault for sure! Tempus: is a new original piece of theatre inspired by the … Continue reading

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Queen and Adam Lambert in London July 2012

Thank you to the fans who have supplied the photos and videos that I am able to share in this blog. It is difficult to believe that already two months have passed since Queen and Adam Lambert performed their three magical … Continue reading

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Adam Lambert’s Trespassing: the vocal review

Thank you to all Adam’s fans for supplying the beautiful pictures of him for this review. We may be forgiven for thinking that pop music rules the world these days. It’s everywhere, isn’t it? And it seeps into our consciousness … Continue reading

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London Trespassed on Adam Lambert

Trespassing Album Cover Art mp3 only – full programme – running time: 40:39 minutes Today celebrates a month since a number of Adam Lambert’s UK fans gathered together in London for a listening party of his new album, Trespassing. The … Continue reading

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