Adam Lambert made a special appearance at disco funk extraordinaire Nile Rodgers‘ All For The East End (AFTEE) fundraiser last night (August 19) in Long Island, NY. The pop star joined Rodgers on stage to perform a handful of his own tunes, including “Trespassing,” “Shady” and “Whataya Want From Me,” as well as the David Bowie classic “Let’s Dance” which was originally co-produced by Rodgers.
Things heated up when Avicii took the stage to spin “Lay Me Down,” his collaboration with Rodgers and Lambert off his upcoming album #TRUE. The Swedish DJ/producer has been playing the track all across Europe over the past month, but last night “Lay Me Down” got its US debut. Unfortunately, Rodgers and Lambert didn’t perform the track live on stage, but the videos uploaded to YouTube have given us the clearest audio of “Lay Me Down” yet. Check it out below.
Avicii feat. Nile Rodgers & Adam Lambert — “Lay Me Down” (AUDIO)
And also, watch Lambert perform the title track from his last album, Trespassing:
Adam Lambert — “Trespassing”
After the event, the musicians took to Twitter to share their feelings on the night:
— Adam Lambert (@adamlambert) August 20, 2013
— Tim Bergling (@Avicii) August 20, 2013
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