How to Watch Adam Lambert’s Feel Something Foundation LGBTQ Artist Roundtable – As Pride comes to a close, millions of people around the world are finding ways to celebrate queerness in all its forms. Now, Adam Lambert is providing another opportunity for people to do just that. On Sunday (June 28), The Feel Something Foundation, Lambert’s LGBTQ rights organization, will be hosting a roundtable of some of his favorite queer artists to chat about their own stories, making it in the industry, and the steps forward toward true LGBTQ equality. Moderated by Billboard’s Ian Drew, the event will take place on Lambert’s YouTube channel Sunday at 6 p.m. PT. – Read more at Billboard
Brad Paisley, Kane Brown, other Nashville stars launch national push for First Amendment – Country singers Kane Brown and Brad Paisley and Christian music stalwart Michael W. Smith are among 21 Nashville stars who’ve signed on to a nationwide campaign to promote the First Amendment. Hundreds of newspapers and other media outlets — including the Tennessean — will run ads of celebrities lauding First Amendment freedoms. The campaign, from the Free Speech Center at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, launches Independence Day July 4. Singers/songwriters Loretta Lynn, Darius Rucker, Jason Isbell, Rosanne Cash, Ruby Amanfu, Billy Ray Cyrus, Colton Dixon, Mary Gauthier, John Cooper from Christian band Skillet, Marcus Hummon, Kathy Mattea, Ketch Secor of Old Crow Medicine Show, and Aubrie Sellers. – Read more at Tennessean.com
INTERVIEW: Musician/Actor/American Idol Season 7 winner David Cook – “Reds Turn Blue” was written back in October of 2019. I had been wanting to write something about my relationship with my anxiety. I couple years after Idol, I was diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, which has always seemed to manifest itself in a way where I couldn’t really enjoy life/career highs, as I was constantly looking over my shoulder waiting for the adverse to come. What “RTB” did for me was it allowed me to personify my anxiety. Make it something other than myself. The song is really a letter from my anxiety to me. Making it the “other” has honestly helped me navigate my relationship with it. – Read more at Vents Magazine – Read more at Vents
Queen + Adam Lambert – Roadies in Lockdown (Episode 1) – Queen + Adam Lambert have released episode #1 of the new series, Roadies in Lockdown.
Tituss Burgess, Cynthia Nixon, Elton John, Evan Rachel Wood and More Take Part in OUT NOW LIVE – Talent participating in the event were Adam Lambert, Alok Vaid-Menon, Antoni Porowski, Ashlee Marie Preston, Ashlyn Harris & Ali Krieger, Billy Eichner, Bob the Drag Queen, Bretman Rock, Cara Delevingne, Carly Rae Jepsen, Cynthia Nixon, Elton John & David Furnish, Evan Rachel Wood, Guillermo Díaz, Hayley Kiyoko, Holland, Ianne Fields Stewart, Indya Moore, Jason Bolden, Jazz Jennings, Jordan Roth, Josie Totah, Judith Light, Julio Torres, Lea DeLaria, Michael Kors, Nyle DiMarco, Pabllo Vittar, Pedro Julio Serrano, Raven-Symoné, Shangela, Stacy London, Tituss Burgess, Tommy Dorfman, Victor Garber & Rainer Andreesen, Whoopi Goldberg, Wilson Cruz, Zac Posen, and Zachary Quinto. – Read more at Broadway World
‘The Masked Singer’ Season 4 Eyes Production Changes for Fall Launch – “We’re full steam ahead, but everyone’s operating in their isolated bubbles in their houses. We’re getting the work done. It takes a lot longer, I’m not going to lie,” said executive producer Craig Plestis during a panel with costume designer Marina Toybina on Friday. “It’s making sure everyone is protected going into production, with testing and everything else and limited amount of people on set, and keeping people even when they get to production in isolated positions,” said Plestis, adding, “Safety is key all the way across for our crew and our talent. It’s a lot of extra work, a lot of extra money, but it’s worth it to produce this.” Currently, The Masked Singer is the only series on Fox’s fall schedule that has not been filmed (or, like the network’s animated fare, hasn’t continued production remotely). And there are still discussions about whether or not the show will have a live audience once filming does begin.- Read more at Hollywood Reporter