"Some people dwell on and debate whether or not to pursue music, but for me I just felt this was what I had to do. It was my passion; I just felt, mentally, that I had no alternative. When people asked, ‘What if it doesn’t work out? What is your fallback?’ there was no fallback. After my freshman year I spent my summer at Berklee and pretty much just stayed there. I wanted to be around more contemporary music as well as the straight-ahead jazz, and Berklee offered that eclectic background that you could really choose from. "

A little bit about this eclectic guitar professor at the famous Berklee College of Music. A returning artist at the Red House, Neal will guarantee to provide great music for the restaurant with his powerful, soulful trio.