Elaine Bradley, drummer and singer in the rock band Neon Trees, will be speaking with students in the Music Production and Recording Arts Program during her visit Nov. 5-7.
Elaine Bradley, drummer and singer in the rock band Neon Trees, is visiting Elon University this week to speak with students majoring in music production and recording arts as part of the program’s new Music Industry Visiting Professional Series.
Bradley joined the band Neon Trees in 2006. The band first gained major nationwide exposure with their hit single “Animal” in 2008. In addition to her work in Neon Trees, Bradley also plays drums, guitar, and sings in the band Noble Bodies.
Bradley’s visit to Elon includes a Q&A session on Tuesday, Nov. 6 at 4:15 p.m. in Oaks 212 that is open to the campus community. She will also visit several classes, including “The Art of Songcraft” and “Studio Techniques II” to work with students in a smaller setting.
The Music Industry Visiting Professional Series is funded by a generous gift to the Music Production and Recording Arts Program from an anonymous donor. Bradley is the second guest brought to Elon as part of this series. In the spring, legendary studio designer John Storyk visited Elon as the inaugural guest.