Happy June! Celebrate the start of the summer months with a look into who’s trending. Every week, Neon provides you with five national touring artists that we can book for your next event. Whether you’re looking for fascinating speakers, the hottest comedy acts, or the nation’s leading musicians, Neon has it all.
Offering services like event preparation and on-site consultation for your larger events, Neon Entertainment has been one of the leading entertainment booking agencies for the past 23 years. If you need to hire a comedian or need a musician for your college event let one of our entertainment booking agents help you with your next event.
Please contact us if you have any questions about the artist availability for your next event.
1. Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors
With their new album “Souvenir,” released on March 24, Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors is #3 on the Billboard Chart for Folk Albums, Vinyl Albums, and Independent Albums, and #5 for Rock Album Sales.
Album covered by Rolling Stone, CMT, Paste Magazine, No Depression, Native, PopMatters, and more.
2. Chris Powell
Chris is the host of MTV’s new series Worldstar TV and is featured on Comedy Central’s Detroiters.
He has been seen in a recurring role on FOX’s Empire and appeared on the HBO comedy special All Def Comedy.
Chris continues to tour clubs and colleges nationwide between his screen projects.
3. Maggie Rose
Maggie’s new single “Body On Fire” debuted exclusively on Spotify’s Wild Country and New Music Friday playlists, received airplay on Sirius XM The Highway, and is one of CMT’s Next Women of Country 2017.
Touring with Tim McGraw, Faith Hill Martina McBride, and Hunter Hayes.
Her EP Dreams>Dollars is out now.
4. Tracy Morgan
Tracy is best known for his seven years on Saturday Night Live, eight seasons on 30 Rock, and his body of stand-up material.
He will be the star of an upcoming series on TBS, created by Jordan Peele.
Tracy just wrapped his “Picking Up The Pieces” tour and will be hitting new venues across the country.
5. Erik Griffin
Erik’s first comedy special, The Ugly Truth, will be debuting on Showtime in June. He’s best known for his role as Montez Walker on Comedy Central’s Workaholics, which just wrapped its seventh and final season.
Erik will next be seen on Showtime’s stand-up-centered sitcom I’m Dying Up Here.