The Times’ review of last week’s Adam Lambert concert had this to say about the show: “Mr. Lambert’s pounding, swooping songs are about lust, desire and being true to yourself.” But the paper made a grave mistake, which has since been corrected:
“A music review on Thursday about a concert at the Nokia Theater on Tuesday night by the singer Adam Lambert referred incorrectly to kissing between Mr. Lambert and his bass player, Tommy Joe Ratliff. During the song ‘Fever,’ they licked each other’s lips; Mr. Ratliff did not merely give Mr. Lambert a quick peck on the shoulder. (He did that later in the show.)”
Adam Lambert does more than peck on that stage, okay?