Glendon 'Teddy' Campbell joined Britney Spearss on tour in 2004. The band also featured percussionist Fausto Cuevas III.
Previously Glendon Campell worked with the Backstreet Boys, New Direction, Christina Aguilera, 98 Degrees and more. He has performed on nationally televised programs including Saturday Night Live, the Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Late Night with David Letterman just to name a few.
Biography: "The world really revolves around hiphop and pop right now," says Campbell, speaking from Orlando, Florida, where the Backstreet Boys are rehearsing for their upcoming tour. "Just by being young and able to play those styles, I got a lot of work."
Teddy Campbell began developing his road reputation early on. Immediately after finishing high school in Chicago, he started touring with a string of gospel-inspired stage shows. Before long, he was serving as musical director, a position rarely filled by drummers. "I don't play keyboards," says Campbell, "but I can spell out melodies, chords, and arrangements by singing. I have arrangement ideas running though my head all the time, and I'm good at retaining a lot of music because I used to have to learn so much material at once in the gospel world. But the biggest part of the musical director job is being able to get along with everyone—just being a people person, I guess."