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As Adam Lambert unveils new single 'Never Close Our Eyes', Capital takes a look at the former American Idol star's career alphabetically - from a to z.
The star rose to fame after he was named the runner-up on the eight season of the music reality series.
The star scored his first job on a cruise ship at the age of 19.
After being born in Indianapolis, the 'If I Had You' star moved to San Diego, California with his family.
The singer has so far released two studio albums and 11 singles including new release 'Never Close Your Eyes'
Adam's father Eber is the host of a poetry open mic night in San Diego. Picture: Twitter
The debut studio album from the singer was released in November 2009.
Adam's fans on Twitter are known as the Glamberts. He has a storng following on the social networking site with just short of 1.5 million followers
Adam once starred as Captain Hook in the Starlight Theatre production of Peter Pan.
The third and final single to be taken from Adam's debut album 'For Your Entertainment', released in May 2010.
the month of Adam's birth. Adam was born on January 29th, 1982 in Indianapolis, Indiana, US.
Kris and Adam were the final two contestants in the eighth season of American Idol in 2009, with Kris becoming the eventual winner.
am released his Glam Nation Live album on CD and DVD in March 2011. The concert was recorded at Clowes Hall in Indiana during the North American leg of his Glam Nation Tour.
Adam attended MCHS in San Diego where he became heavily involved with theater and choir. His performances including Frederic in 'The Pirates of Penzance'.
The track served as the debut single for both Lambert and eventual American Idol winner Kris Allen.
dam covered the iconic U2 track for the semi-final of American Idol back in 2009 and fans liked the so much his version ended up charting on the US Billboard Hot 100.
The Neptunes producer co-wrote the titular track from Adam's second studio album 'Trespassing'.
One of Adam's first auditions for the American Idol judges was the song 'Bohemian Rhapsody', originally released by Queen in 1975.
Adam confirmed he was gay in a cover story in Rolling Stone magazine shortly after he finished as runner-up on American Idol
The city where Adam spent most of his life while growing up.
The name of Adam Lambert's highly anticipated second studio album which was released in May 2012 and topped the Billboard Top 200, making Adam the first openly gay singer to do so.
Since releasing his first song back in 2009 Adam has has six tracks chart on the US Billboard Hot 100.
Adam's singing ability has been described as "super-human" by some critics, so it's no surprise he'll be joining Queen as their new frontman.
The name of Adam's second single and his first song to become a top ten hit in America after its release in November 2009.
After scoring fame through American Idol, it's no surprise to find that Adam thinks reality talent shows are "great" for music. "It's really difficult to make it in the music industry. These shows are great because they show what the person is capable of and their journey and process of becoming an artist," he said during a recent interview.
Adam is one of the video website's most popular artists, with 98,180,840million views on his YouTube videos.
Before entering American Idol, Adam perfected his craft on the Los Angeles based variety programme, where he performed glam-rock songs.