Neil Donell

“His range and depth is truly unparalleled.”
– concert review

What do Tony Bennett, Marvin Gaye, James Taylor, Sting, Stevie Wonder, Joe Cocker, Roy Orbison, Ray Charles, Paul McCartney, Tom Jones, Andrea Bocelli, Steve Perry, Bruce Springsteen, Peter Cetera, Jon Bon Jovi and countless others have in common?

Well, besides being recognized internationally as renowned recording artists and SRO concert performers, they have all at one time or another taken up temporary residence in the larynx of singer Neil Donell – or
at least their voices have!

With a vocal range exceeding four octaves and an uncanny gift for mimicry, Neil Donell has been called upon to reproduce the voices of literally hundreds of iconic vocalists over the course of his extensive career. With more than 10,000 recording sessions to his credit, he is often referred to in the media as “the man of a thousand voices”, as well as being acknowledged as “the most recorded voice in the country”. His extreme versatility allows him to move effortlessly between virtually every genre of popular music.

When not appearing on concert stages all over North America (including annual stints in Las Vegas and Atlantic City where he fronts various headlining acts), Neil can be found in recording sessions in his hometown of Toronto Canada, where he continues to be in high demand not only for his specialized abilities as a singer but for his skillful expertise as a producer, vocal arranger, voice coach, songwriter and arranger.