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Episode 36:
Neon Trees





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WHAT A FABULOUS BAND!!! They sound very 80's inspired which is OK w/ me! Next time I go climbing in New Paltz I will check out the vegetarian restaraunt.
- posted by serena - February 14, 2014
What a great episode!! //0-0\
- posted by EchoThis - October 15, 2013
Elaine is awesome on drums! (love and affection)
- posted by treblenote2 - September 5, 2013
Funny but true...I was a manager of a Peaches store backin the70's and RCA hac an in store with Mr.Daryl Hall and Mr. John Oates....on the marquee we had "Meet Hall & Oates at 2pm"....when Daryl came inhe was PISSED to beat the bandandsaid...."CHANGE THAT MARQUE IMMEDIATELY!!!!! I was bemused to say the least ...I said why???? YOUR Hall&Oates and its 2pm....with a wicked sneer he looked up and said...."we are NOT Hall & Oates...we are Daryl Hall and John Oates so get out there and change that now!
- posted by mike1449 - July 29, 2013
Great Neon show... Head over Water ...was tight and full of passion...absolutely love this show...especially this episode. Mike 61 years young rockin in florida
- posted by mike1449 - July 29, 2013
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Neon Trees
Provo, UT band Neon Trees, this month’s featured performers on the 36th edition of the award-winning Live from Daryl’s House web show, have been one of the year’s breakout newcomers with the single, “Animal,” from their Mecury/IDJ Records debut album, Habits, after being personally picked by label-mates The Killers to be an opening act on the group’s 2008 North American tour. Vocalist/ keyboardist Tyler Glenn and drummer Elaine Bradley joined Daryl for a six-song set that included “Adult Education” and “Head Above Water,” from the 1981 album, Private Eyes. Daryl and the band also performed four songs from its debut album, including the #1 Alternative hit, “Animal,” as well as “1983,” “Love and Affection” and “Farther Down.”

Commented singer Glenn: "I’ve told all of my close friends and family that this was one of my most favorite creative musical days so far. It was a privilege to be in a room with great players, no frills and great songs. Not to mention the chance to jam with one of the seminal songwriters, Daryl Hall. I will always cherish my Live from Daryl’s House experience fondly!"



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