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This song was inspired by the March For Our Lives protest. Watching and hearing the testimonies of students who have been affected by gun violence. Those amazing, brave young people who stood up asking for change. SPECIAL THANK YOU to the awesome musicians and vocalists who lent their time, talent, passion and love to this song. The musicians: Keri (KG) Greene on piano, Robert Cureton on bass and Jon (Smoke) Lucas on drums, laid down the strong foundation. Then in comes the beautiful Choir with Jonell Mosser, Vickie Carrico, Kelli Bruce Workman, Jackie Wilson and Melissa Alesi blending their sweet, beautiful vo ices together. Thank you all so much, from the bottom of my heart. This one means something to me and I hope it touches you too. 

 

Johnny Neel’s bluesy version of “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” by Hank Williams Sr. 

 

Johnny Neel Band performs on Focus Delaware – 11/19/1981

“Focus Delaware” aired on Rollins Cablevision & WNS-TV Channel 2 and WTGI Channel 61 from 1980 to 1987 and was hosted by Bob Weiner. 

Johnny Neel’s newest Christmas song. Hope you enjoy. 

 

In this video Warren congratulates Johnny for 50 years of music. Warren Haynes and Johnny Neel worked together for years starting with Allman Brothers Band and then in Govt Mule. Johnny Neel celebrated 50 years in the music last December 2016 in Nashville TN.

 

Johnny Neel does a beautiful rendition of “That’s The Way Love Goes” as a tribute to one of the greats in Country Music, Merle Haggard.

 

Johnny said “This song came over me when I was in Park City Utah. We were playing on at large ranch on 10 acres and there was a river running right through the middle of it. I was overcome by the sound and just the whole feeling of the environment. I loved that place. Anyway, I asked if I could come back the next day and write this song, which Bryon Friedman and I did in about 45 minutes…seems like those are always the best ones. “

 

Johnny Neel in the STUDIO, working on his latest song that he wrote with Bryon Friedman “All The Way”. Great day in the Studio. Beautiful Song. This also shows how Johnny uses a Braille Typewriter to type out the lyrics. All instruments played by Johnny with Doug Jones on guitar and Al Russo singing harmony.

Dec 28 2016 at 3rd & Lindsley, Nashville TN.  Below are some highlights of Johnny Neel and friends who celebrated 50 years of Johnny Neel Music with his CD release of 66/16 (1966-2016).  The event opened up with (Part 1) Lt. Dan Buckley, from Lightning 100 introducing the acts, including a video presentation of a retrospective look back at his career; followed by (Part 2) Johnny Neel Solo performance; then Johnny Neel with Jack Pearson reunite “The Last Word” (Part 3); and this video (Part 4) includes Dave Pomeroy introducing Johnny Neel and sharing some of his experiences working with Johnny Neel and then you’ll see some great clips of Johnny Neel & The Criminal Element finishing off what turned out to be the best night. Thanks for watching! And Special Thanks to Jack Pearson, Randy Coleman, Nanette Bohannon and the Soul Keys, Curt Redding, Randy Boen, Russell Wright plus Dave Pomeroy and Lt. Dan Buckley for all their support in making this the best evening ever!  

Johnny’s newest CD release, 66/16 showcases his 50 Years of Music (1966-2016) is available only on this website: https://www.johnnyneel.com/store. 

Some great clips of Johnny Neel, Jack Pearson, Randy Coleman, Curt Redding with Nanette Bohannon, Kelli Bruce and Cindy Shelton, on December 28, 2016 3rd & Lindsley Nashville​ Reuniting Johnny Neel & The Last Word, to Celebrate Johnny’s CD release, 66/16 – 50 Years of Music (1966-2016). What an amazing night! Good music, good friends, good times. Thank you so much to everyone who made this special night possible! 

 

Johnny Neel – LIVE at 3rd & Lindsley Nashville – “My Kinda People”66/16 – 50 YEARS OF MUSIC SAMPLE SONG   

GIFT OF SONG BY JOHNNY NEEL HIPPIE JACKS – Johnny Neel & Criminal Element at 2016 Music Festival

BLUE FLOYD – JOHNNY NEEL keyboards with THE ALLMAN BROS. MATT ABTS drums with GOV. MULE BERRY OAKLEY JR. bass with ROBBY KRIEGER of THE DOORS AUDLEY FREED guitar with THE BLACK CROWES, JIMMY PAGE JEFF PEVAR guitar with PHIL LESH AND FRIENDS, CROSBY, STILLS & NASH, JAZZ IS DEAD. 

 

HIPPIE JACKS – Johnny Neel brings it to the farm…. Not My Cross to Bear (Allman Brothers Band)

 

 

 
 
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