Mary Lambert’s holiday plans

Mary Lambert

(Photo: Mike Ruiz)

BY DEANNA DUFF
TheSeattleLesbian

Mary Lambert’s voice deserves its own zip code. She can fill an arena with her fiery-yet-tender vocals. Lambert, who performed “Same Love” with Macklemore and Ryan Lewis is confirmed to perform next April at the 24th annual Dinah Shore Weekend. Nicknamed The Dinah, it is billed as the biggest lesbian event in the world. Her single, “She Keeps Me Warm,” was released last summer.

You were invited to perform at The Dinah in April 2014. Congratulations! Do you already have plans for your performance?

It’s so great! I’ve never been there (Palm Springs) and I’m really excited to be a part of it. It’s an accomplishment.  It’s up there in terms of things I’ve always wanted to do. I feel really privileged to have been asked. It’s still so far away that I don’t know yet about specifics yet. Hopefully, my record will be out.

The holidays are around the corner. Are you looking forward to any special holiday traditions? What is your favorite Christmas carol?

Yay!  I love Christmas so much that I’m obsessed. I just moved into a new apartment and the first thing I did was I bought a little Christmas tree. It’s just boxes and more moving boxes and a little Christmas tree! I get to be home for eight whole days and I’m so excited. I’m taking my family on a ski vacation. I don’t want to just buy them something. I want to spend time with them. One of my family’s Christmas traditions is that Christmas Eve we open up pajamas, which we all wear that night. They’re matching and it’s hysterical! We don’t know ahead of time what they are.

 

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The spotlight is well-earned and will shine even brighter in 2014. Lambert is confirmed to perform next April at the 24th annual Dinah Shore Weekend. Nicknamed The Dinah, it is billed as the biggest lesbian event in the world. Her single, “She Keeps Me Warm,” was released last summer and is based on her past female loves. It is a taste of her first, full-length album scheduled for release in May 2014. Seattle fans can get an early preview at her upcoming, February 1 concert at Showbox at The Market – See more at: http://theseattlelesbian.com/interview-mary-lamberts-merry-greetings/#sthash.UCkhrkf2.dpuf
Mary Lambert’s voice deserves its own zip code. She can fill an arena with her fiery-yet-tender vocals – and she did when she made a guest appearance at Key Arena in December to sing the chorus to “Same Love,” the gay-rights anthem that catapulted her, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis to international fame. It was the hometown finale in support of “The Heist” record. – See more at: http://theseattlelesbian.com/interview-mary-lamberts-merry-greetings/#sthash.UCkhrkf2.dpuf
Mary Lambert’s voice deserves its own zip code. She can fill an arena with her fiery-yet-tender vocals – and she did when she made a guest appearance at Key Arena in December to sing the chorus to “Same Love,” the gay-rights anthem that catapulted her, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis to international fame. It was the hometown finale in support of “The Heist” record. – See more at: http://theseattlelesbian.com/interview-mary-lamberts-merry-greetings/#sthash.UCkhrkf2.dpuf
Mary Lambert’s voice deserves its own zip code. She can fill an arena with her fiery-yet-tender vocals – and she did when she made a guest appearance at Key Arena in December to sing the chorus to “Same Love,” the gay-rights anthem that catapulted her, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis to international fame. It was the hometown finale in support of “The Heist” record. – See more at: http://theseattlelesbian.com/interview-mary-lamberts-merry-greetings/#sthash.UCkhrkf2.dpuf

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