Adam Lambert is such a big deal in Germany that his forthcoming concert in Stuttgart has been moved to bigger quarters for his stage debut there on Tuesday.
To accommodate the legions of fans this singing sensation draws, the Deutschland city has now put Adam in it's largest venue, the Theaterhaus, according to the singer'sÂ fan site.
This seems like a good move.
Apparently, Adam Lambert is a big deal in Germany and all over the world, having just reached gold record status in Malaysia (see story and photos here) and having sold-out concerts when others (like the Jonas Brothers) are being forced to cancel concerts because not enough seats are sold.
So why does Adam Lambert draw such a big crowd?
Because he gives a great show, with pyrotechnics, sensual actions geared appropriately to the cultural nuances of his audience. He also commands a range of ages and types of fans beyond compare and he exhibits sheer showmanship, something that has been sadly lacking in big acts hitting many stages in 2010.
Yes, Adam Lambert has charisma -- and you can't buy that. He also has talent, another trait not available for purchase.
Will you see Adam Lambert in a concert? Do you understand why he is a big deal in Germany and throughout the world? Thoughts? Thanks.