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Kenneth Neal

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2006 Kenneth Neal - "Winds of Change" ( LP )
2005 Kenneth Neal - "Walking With Angels" ( radio single )
1999 Conviction - "Previously Un-Released" ( compilation of various pre-recorded Conviction singles ) LP
1998 Conviction - "Wasteland" ( EP )
1997 Conviction - "Conviction" ( EP )
1990 S.O.S. - "Volume One" ( EP )
1989 Various Artist "All We Have To Give" ( LP )



Kenneh Neal is a 33 year old Country singer / songwriter based in Louisville Ky. Born in 1972, he took to music at a very young age. Like so many artist, his earliest performances were as a child singing in his local church. As a teenager, Kenneth would spend his summers Touring the U.S. and Canada with his church youth choir. Kenneth would almost always be a featured soloist during every performance. At 17 he recorded his first single intitled "All We Have To Give". This was the first song he'd written himself and it was immediately picked up by a local Louisville radio station and put into rotation. In addition, the song was selected by the producers of a "Various Artist" album that featured un-signed Bands and Artist. As a direct result calls flowed in for bookings and Kenneth formed the band S.O.S. and began playing out to live audiences. Being a school kid meant only being able to play live on the weekends, yet, in 1989 he played an astonishing 41 dates throughout the Louisville, Indianapolis, and Nashville markets. Kenneth graduated from the prestigious Youth Performing Arts School (YPAS) in 1990. There he majored in Vocal Performance while also studying Music Theory and Piano. He would later study Music Business at Graceland College in New Albany IN. In 1996, Kenneth signed on to be Lead Vocalist for the rock band Conviction. Along with this group, he released 3 albums and toured part-time in support of each. After the 1999 break up of Conviction, Kenneth took sometime off to focus on starting a family and steadying up his "Day Job". As a fan of all kinds of music he spent his time enjoying watching others perform as well as re-charging his own creative batteries. In early 2004 he began writing material and planning for his first studio album in 7 years. With the help of producer Howie Gano, Kenneth recorded the album "Winds of Change". The first single entitled "Walking With Angels" has been met with great enthusiasm by both fans and Country Radio. 2005 looks to be a great year as Kenneth and his band head out in support of "Winds of Change"!