Aaron Neville

Aaron Neville ( born January 24, 1941 in New Orleans) is an American soul and rhythm and blues singer.

He succeeds both as a solo artist and as a member of the Neville Brothers. In the music of the African American and Cajun elements are incorporated. Its most well known song is Tell It Like It Is, which reached No. 2 in the 1966 U.S. charts in the year.

Neville is known for his vibrato singing style, which is influenced by Gene Autry yodeling.

In 1989, the Neville Brothers Yellow Moon from the hit album of the same name, sung by Aaron. In the same year he sang four duets with Linda Ronstadt for their successful album Cry Like a Rainstorm, Howl Like the Wind. As a single, the duet Do not Know Much has been decoupled, which became a hit and even won a Grammy in the category "Best Pop Duo."

In the same year he even got yet another Grammy in the category "Best Pop Instrumental " for Healing Chant with the Neville Brothers (Aaron is the percussionist ) awarded.

In 1994 he won along with Trisha Yearwood a Grammy in the category "Best Country Collaboration " for their version of the Patsy Cline - I Fall to Pieces hits. For two years he was named the Rolling Stone for best male singer.

Early 2013 he released his album My True Story with twelve Doo -wop classics on Blue Note.

His son Ivan Neville is also a renowned musician.