From the depths of Los Angeles lurks an unstoppable combination of rock and sass. Influenced by the rock pack leaders of '75-'85 Neon Horse has studied, and designed a sound that morphs timeless energy with brilliant modern relevance. Singer Norman Horse backed by his explosive band Neon Horse is armed with a self-titled arsenal of hit songs that cannot be corralled.
From the wreckage of roughly 20 nameless and faceless Los Angeles bands, Neon Horse arose as a collective of session musicians, home studio producers, waiters, postal workers, and bartenders who found a commonality among themselves as background players in the big picture of the L.A. rock scene. Literally hundreds of shows at clubs like The Troubadour, Spaceland (Silverlake, CA), The Viper Room, The El Rey, The Knitting Factory, etc. in various forgettable bands (or even more forgettable sessions) makes for a tough and realistic view of a working musician’s life, and the eventual members of the Horse were all looking for something new. After passing each other at dozens of shows – sometimes only to lend a hand with a busted chord or broken string, sometimes to keep an eye on the gear in the parking lot – and sharing countless tables for after hours war stories, the rather clichéd “inevitable” occurred and Neon Horse was formed.
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