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Tyler Glenn, lead singer of Utah band Neon Trees, performed Saturday at the Salt Lake City dedication of Harvey Milk Boulevard.

Afterward, Glenn spoke about how Milk inspired him to come out as gay in 2014, his conflicts with being raised in the LDS Church, and his recent solo music video release for the song "Trash," where Glenn is depicted spitting on an altered image of Mormon founder Joseph Smith.