Adam Lambert, the prodigal son of “American Idol,” whom many believe should have won Season 8, will return home March 10 for a special performance of his song “Aftermath.”
Lambert broke the news himself on his Twitter page.
After the show, Lambert, 29, will make the song available for download exclusively on his Web site.
Proceeds will go to The Trevor Project, which offers support for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered teens who are in danger of committing suicide.
“In order to fully benefit the Trevor Project, the remix will only be available on my site. [But it will also] be on iTunes eventually,” he tweeted.
“Aftermath” is the fourth single from Lambert’s 2009 album For Your Entertainment, The record’s title track is “Whataya Want from Me” and “If I Had You.”
“[Aftermath] was written about finding the courage to be honest with yourself and the people who love you,” Lambert said in a statement.
The openly gay singer is continuing to work on his second album, he told MTV News.
“I’m in talks, so it’s all kind of being conceptualized right now, and what we’re hoping for is maybe by the fall,” Lambert said.
“So, I’m going to take my time and really write the most personal songs, the most powerful songs. I really want it to be something that’s really honest and real.”