Neon Trees is the New Wave band for a new century and new generation. They have already struck with hits like “Animal” and “Everybody Talks” and are ready to follow up the hit singles with a hit album. In addition, the group members are hoping to turn Neon Trees tickets for their headlining gigs into something as popular as the bands with which they have opened.
Still, this group of Mormon rockers is well aware they owe a great deal to support from groups with much more prominent names. If it were not for a past connection between Elaine Bradley, the drummer, and Ronnie Vannucci, the drummer for the Killers, the Neon Tress might never have made an impact outside of the Utah or West Coast music scene. They definitely would not have received the attention of Mercury Records and this would have postponed the release of that first big hit, “Animal”.
Neon Trees are part of concert tickets for Maroon 5 this time. Once again, touring with the pop-rock stars is going to prove a positive step in this group’s career. They will be out promoting the album Picture Show, which has already proven more popular than the debut major label album thanks to the hit single “Everybody Talks”.
The band is comprised of lead singer and entrepreneurial fashionista Tyler Glenn, drummer and lone female band member Elaine Bradley, bassist Branden Campbell, and guitarist Chris Allen. Though they each happen to belong to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, they met purely by accident. Glenn and Allen arrived from California and the Campbell and Bradley met in the Provo, Utah music scene. Luck has been on their side for a while, and when coupled with the kind of attractive pop-rock sound they have mastered, it should only be a matter of time before the group is able to provide Neon Trees concert tickets for the arenas they currently share with groups like Owl City and Maroon 5.