Listen: Interview with Neon Trees' Tyler Glenn
Sun. August 10, 2014 11:53 AM by GoPride.com News Staff
Neon Trees headlines Market Days, Sunday, August 10 at 5 p.m.
The four-person band originally born out of Provo, Utah, found its roots performing as the opening act during The Killers' North American tour in 2008. It wasn't long, however, until Neon Trees moved into the national spotlight.
Neon Trees burst onto the alternative rock charts with their 2010 album Habits, and is now best known for the songs "Animal," "1983" and "Sleeping with a Friend." Since Habits, the band has produced two more commercially successful records, Picture Show and Pop Psychology.
But it's not only the music that's gained the band attention, specifically in the LGBT community. Frontman Tyler Glenn officially came out as gay in the April 10, 2014 issue of Rolling Stone, saying he kept his sexuality a secret all his life after growing up on the heavily Mormon town of Provo, Utah.
Out Chicago host Scott Duff interviews Tyler Glenn before the band's performance at Northalsted Market Days on Sunday, August 10.
This interview aired Sunday, August 10 on Out Chicago and is republished with permission. Listen to Out Chicago every Sunday from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. on WCPT AM 820 or streaming live at chicagoprogressivetalk.com.
Neon Trees performs the North Stage at 5 p.m. on Sunday, August 10. Northalsted Market Days, which is organized by the Northalsted Business Alliance, runs Aug. 9-10 on Halsted Street for six blocks between Belmont and Addison in Boystown. A $10 donation is recommended.
Market Days Schedule: Saturday, August 9 | Sunday, August 10
Interviews: Belinda Carlisle | Karmin | Tyler Glenn of Neon Trees
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