American blues singer-musician Kenny Neal is considered one of the strongest advocates of Louisiana blues music of modern times. The son of the famous blues singer Raful Neal, Kenny honed his craft under the watchful eye of greats like Buddy Guy and Slim Harpo. Neal recorded his debut album in 1987 for Bob Greenlee, which was picked up the following year by Alligator Records and published under the name Big News from Baton Rouge!! Neal's blazing artistry paved the way for future projects he recorded several albums for Alligator Records between 1989 and 1994. In addition to being a talented musician, he proved his acting prowess with a successful appearance in the Broadway production of the musical Mule Bone in 1991. The fecund artist has released numerous albums and collaborated with many celebrated artists over the years. His most popular tracks include "I Put a Spell on You," "Bloodline," "Down In the Swamp," "So Cold" and "Outside Looking In."