In the spirit of the holidays, several artists have joined forces for a good cause.
“When I’m smiling with fans, I do the Kourtney Kardashian dead-behind-the-eyes,” Tyler Glenn tells Radio.com. It’s not because he dislikes posing with his adoring public. It’s not even a thing he means to do. Glenn simply doesn’t like his smile — or more accurately, his toothy grin.
When Tyler Glenn finally made the decision to come out, he sat down with Ellen DeGeneres. “I think I actually watched all of her interviews right as I was making my announcement,” the Neon Trees frontman told Radio.com. “It was powerful to see the strides that the gay community and gay culture have made in pop culture and society.”
Between first single “Sleeping With A Friend” and singer Tyler Glenn’s choice to come out of the closet as a gay man, Neon Trees have had a particularly public album launch for Pop Psychology. So they’ve decided to lean into it with the video for “First Things First” and tell their story in video to accompany the lyrics.
With Neon Trees’ upcoming third album, singer Tyler Glenn opened up about his mental state and his sex life, whether or not his parents approved.
Maroon 5 are revving up to headline the 2013 Honda Civic Tour, kicking off in August. Adam Levine announced the summer jaunt in a video released this morning (April 1), telling fans to “get excited,” which shouldn’t be […]
2012 was a great year for sing-along songs. In fact, there were so many that it was hard to choose only 10! It takes a special kind of song to be your sing-along. It has […]
Utah alt-rockers Neon Trees talked about their very high-profile TV commercial for Buick, even if the car they’re helping advertise has a tendency to get lost in the humorous spot.
If you weren’t able to get out to Los Angeles for the concerts over the weekend, the station are thoughtfully streaming the show again today, Tuesday, December 11.
Neon Trees, Colbie Caillat, and Karmin will also make appearances during the parade.