Rather, Flowers' hair offering is a typically quirky suggestion from a frontman who, for all his stadium band-sized swagger, is both funny peculiar and weird peculiar, and is perfectly happy to admit to both."So I grew a beard for Neil Tennant – then, as now, a keen and pithy dissector of music culture – observed Flowers' growth and expressed concern. (Neil Tennant might say that the iconic sample offers a pop-Proustian thrill.)Flowers explains that the song grew out of a "big push" from his record label "for me to do an appearance on a DJ song". Anything to collaborate with the people he grew up loving.To the Pet Shop Boy, it suggested that the Anglophile Nevadan who grew up loving The Smiths, Oasis and Tennant's band was suddenly forswearing pop music in favour of something rather more, well, beardy. And anything to continue to spread the gospel about The Killers' varied strengths.Jared Leto was born on December 26, 1971, in Bossier City, Louisiana.Leto's parents divorced shortly after he was born and his mother, a traveling artist, raised him.The actor showed similar dedication in his role as John Lennon's assassin in Jared and Shannon Leto founded the band 30 Seconds to Mars (also stylized as Thirty Seconds to Mars) in 1998.Jared serves as the group's lead singer, Shannon plays drums and multi-instrumentalist Tomo Milicevic rounds out the trio.In May 2013, the band released their fourth album, , about their feud and million lawsuit with record label EMI.
He can launch his compact body off the drum riser and land without twisting an ankle. He knows when to do the reach-out-and-touch with the fans in the front row and when to turn the microphone stand upside down and lift it above his head, as if calling down the lightning.He knows how to do these things because he is a professional lead singer and a good one, which means he is a virtuoso whose instrument is his own charisma.He is also adept at the parts of the lead-singer job that involve singing.Korn's lead singer paid good money for serial killer memorabilia from Ted Bundy and John Wayne Gacy -- but he's drawing the line with Miranda Barbour ...and thinks her murders definitely were NOT satanic.