picture of Ivan Neville
Ivan Neville
Ivan (* 1959 in New Orleans, LA) is a multi-instrumentalist musician, singer, and songwriter. He is the son of Aaron Neville. He has played with and appeared on several Neville Brother records, as well as his father's solo records. He performed in Bonnie Raitt's band from 1985 to 1987 and contributed the song "All Day, All Night", co-written with bassist James Hutchison to her Nine Lives album. He also contributed keyboards to two Rolling Stones albums, 1986's Dirty Work and 1994's Voodoo Lounge as well as being a member of Keith Richards' solo band the X-Pensive Winos. In 1988, 1992 and 1993 he toured with Richards after recording Talk is Cheap and Main Offender, and was the opening act for the shows.
 
Apart from appearing on several other artists' records, including Don Henley, Bonnie Raitt, Robbie Robertson, Rufus, Paula Abdul, and Delbert McClinton, he was a member of the Spin Doctors, touring and recording on the group's album Here Comes the Bride in 1999-2000, including assuming lead vocal duties when Chris Barron lost his voice. In 2003, he formed his own band Dumpstaphunk and appeared, among other places, on the Late Show with David Letterman.
 
When the levees failed in New Orleans in 2005, Neville joined The New Orleans Social Club and recorded the benefit album Sing Me Back Home with producers Leo Sacks and Ray Bardani at Wire Studios in Austin, TX. Ivan's searing version of John Fogerty's "Fortunate Son" was critically acclaimed. In 2007, with Dumpstaphunk and B.B. King, he participated in a tribute album to fellow New Orleans musician Fats Domino, contributing his version of the title song to Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino. Through the Tipitina's Foundation, along with other New Orleans musicians, Ivan has been active in performing benefit shows in support of Hurricane Katrina charities.
 
from Wikipedia
contact:
homepage: dumpstaphunk.com
on tour Click on the logo to see Ivan's tour dates.

 

Discography
Testimony
Domino Entertainment Group DOMCD001
released 1992
John Mooney, guitar, vocals
Tommy Malone, guitar
Dr. John, piano
John Cleary, piano
Ivan Neville, Hammond B-3 organ, piano, clavinet
George Porter jr., bass
John Vidacovich, drums
Hot Night Tonight
Antone's Records ANT0047
recorded in Los Angeles, CA
Barbara Lynn, vocals, guitar
Pierre de Beauport, guitar
Jason Sinay, guitar
Ivan Neville, organ, piano, guitar
Davey Faragher, bass
Charley Drayton, drums, bass, guitar
Devotion
Tell It Records 7243 8 20287 2 7

Aaron Neville, vocals
Ivan Neville, vocals, organ
Rachael Lampa, vocals
no further details known
Mahogany Soul
J Records 80813-20013-2

Angie Stone, vocals, bass, Fender Rhodes, percussion
Reginald Hines, alto sax
Robert Eldridge, tenor sax
Paul Litterall, trumpet
Bob Power, guitar
Francesco Romano, guitar
Jonathan DuBose jr., guitar
John "Jubu" Smith, guitar
Raphael Saadiq, guitar, bass
Eran Tabib, guitar, keyboards
Rodney Davis jr., keyboards
Eric Lorde, keyboards
Jamar Jones, Fender Rhodes, organ
Jamal Peoples, organ
Ivan Neville, Hammond organ
Dewey Browder III, bass
Joe Kwimbee, bass
Larry Peoples sr., bass
Aaron Lyles, drums, organ, percussion, Wurlitzer
Chucky T., drums, bass
Aubrey Dayle, percussion
Daniel Sadownick, percussion
Cliff Lighty, vocals
Musiq Soulchild, vocals
Alicia Keys, vocals
Keep On Running
Concord Records CCD-2212-2
recorded May/June 2003 in Hollywood, CA/USA
Robben Ford, guitar, piano, vocals
Edgar Winter, alto sax, tenor sax, baritone sax
Bob Malach, tenor sax
Daniel Fornero, trumpet
Jeff Babko, piano
Ivan Neville, organ, piano
John Mayall, harmonica
Jimmy Earl, bass
Steve Potts, drums
Toss Panos, drums
Terry Evans, vocals
Mavis Staples, vocals
Christmas Prayer
Chordant 73631
recorded May 2005 in New Orleans, LA and Nashville, TN/USA
Aaron Neville, vocals
Charles Neville, alto sax
Billy Panda, guitar
Shane Theriot, guitar
Ian Neville, guitar
Blue Miller, guitar
Ian Neville, guitar
Ivan Neville, Hammond organ
Art Neville, Hammond organ
Steve Nathan, keyboards, piano
Victor Atkins, Fender Rhodes, piano, synthesizer
John Jarvis, keyboards, organ, piano
Michael Goods, keyboards
Judith Armistead, violin
Don Kerce, bass
Chris Severin, bass
Mike Brignardello, bass
Milton Davis, bass, guitar, percussion
Mark Beckett, drums, percussion
Cyril Neville, percussion
Brian Pruitt, drums, percussion
Orleans To London
ESC Records ESC 03713-2
recorded in London/Great Britain
Jimmy McIntosh, guitar
Phil Wigfall, tenor sax
Ron Wood, baritone guitar
Hot Rod, guitar
Ron Wood, guitar
Art Neville, organ
Ivan Neville, organ, vocals
Tom Warrington, bass
Rochon Westmoreland, bass
Jose "Pepe" Jimenez, drums
Willie Green, drums
Cyril Neville, percussion
Change In The Weather
Alligator Records ALCD 4908

Eric Lindell, guitar, organ, vocals
Jason Mingledorff, sax
Jason Parfait, sax
Adam Theis, trombone
Dave Chachere, trumpet
Randy Dzielak, guitar
Chris Mule, slide guitar
Marc Adams, organ
Ivan Neville, Hammond organ, clavinet
Jerry Plaisance, organ
Andy J. Forest, harmonica
Greg Izor, harmonica
Steve Froberg, bass
Casandra Faulconer, bass
Aaron Wilkinson, bass
Harold Brown, drums, percussion
Stanton Moore, drums
Can't Quit The Blues
Silvertone Records 82876819672
compilation, recordings from 1957 to 2005
Buddy Guy, guitar, vocals
Aaron Corthen, sax
Malcolm Duncan, sax
Bobby Fields, sax
Jarrett Gibson, tenor sax
Darrell Leonard, tenor sax
Andrew Love, tenor sax
Lenny Pickett, tenor sax
Joe Sublett, tenor sax
Bob Neely, tenor sax
A.C. Reed, tenor sax
Lannie McMillian, tenor sax
Donald Hankins, tenor sax, baritone sax
Lew Del Gatto, baritone sax
McKinley Easton, baritone sax
Jim Horn, baritone sax, flute
Marty Grebb, baritone sax, piano
Jack Hale, trombone
Jim Hale, trombone
Dennis Wilson, trombone
J. Neil Sidwell, trombone
Ben Cauley, trumpet
Sid Gauld, trumpet
Murray Watson, trumpet
Lefty Bates, guitar
Jeff Beck, guitar
Eric Clapton, guitar
David Grissom, guitar
Phil Guy, guitar
Jack Holder, guitar
Scott Holt, guitar
Neil Hubbard, guitar
Jimmy Johnson, guitar
B.B. King, guitar
Danny Kortchmar, guitar
Jonny Lang, guitar
John Porter, guitar
Otis Rush, guitar
Doug & Telisha Williams, guitar
Johnny Lee Schell, guitar
Jimbo "Hambone" Mathus, guitar
Frank Blinkal, guitar, vocals
Terry Taylor, guitar, bass guitar
Bonnie Raitt, slide guitar, vocals
Ivan Neville, organ, keyboards
Mick Weaver, organ, piano
Reese Wynans, organ, piano
Leon Pendarvis, organ
Dr. John, piano
Johnnie Johnson, piano
Lafayette Leake, piano
Pinetop Perkins, piano
Bill Payne, piano
Otis Spann, piano
Little Brother Montgomery, piano
Ian McLagan, Wurlitzer
Bernie Worrell, keyboards
Jimmy Powers, harp
Junior Wells, harmonica
Willie Dixon, bass
Davey Faragher, bass
Tony Garnier, bass
Mike Morrison, bass
Paul Ossola, bass
Greg Rzab, bass
Tommy Shannon, bass
Leroy Stewart, bass
Larry Taylor, bass
Willie Weeks, bass
Orlando Wright, bass
Jack Meyers, bass, bass guitar
Ray Allison, drums
Fred Below, drums
Richie Hayward, drums
Clifton James, drums
Steve Jordan, drums
Jim Keltner, drums
Chris Layton, drums
Odie Payne jr., drums
Shawn Pelton, drums
Roosevelt Shaw, drums
Dallas Taylor, drums
Phil Thomas, drums
Tony Braunagel, percussion
David Z., percussion
Shemekia Copeland, vocals
Hillary Faeta, vocals
Mike Homberger, vocals
Crazy Dave Komie, vocals
Blind Willie Lambchop, vocals
Anne Markovich, vocals
Emily Maso, vocals
Suzanne Maso, vocals
Annette McKee, vocals
Brian Moravec, vocals
Garrett Mudd, vocals
Jay Reil, vocals
Carey Reisz, vocals
Maestro
Heads Up International HUCD3164
recorded in Los Angeles, CA, Irvine, CA, New Orleans, LA, Hollywood, CA/USA
Taj Mahal, banjo, guitar, harmonica, ukulele, vocals
Rudy Costa, alto sax
Steve Berlin, tenor sax, baritone sax, organ
Joe Sublett, tenor sax, baritone sax
Angela Wellman, trombone
Darrell Leonard, trombone
Takeshi Akimoto, guitar
David Hidalgo, guitar
Cesar Rosas, guitar
Johnny Lee Schell, guitar
Jason Mozersky, guitar
Leo Nocentelli, guitar
Louie Pérez, guitar
Mike Finnigan, keyboards
Ivan Neville, Hammond organ
Mick Weaver, Hammond organ, keyboards
Jason Yates, keyboards
Billy Branch, harmonica
Larry Fulcher, bass
Jesse Ingalls, bass
Conrad Lozano, bass
George Porter jr., bass
Bill Rich, bass
Tony Braunagel, drums
Carlton "Santa" Davis, drums
Cougar Estrada, drums
Michael Jerome, drums, percussion
Kester Smith, drums, percussion
Debra Dobkin, percussion
Toumani Diabaté, kora
Bassekou Kouyate, xalam
Ben Harper, vocals
Angélique Kidjo, vocals
Ziggy Marley, vocals
Brand New Blues
M.C. Records MC0064
recorded in Austin, TX, Brooklyn, NY, Houmala, LA, and New Orleans, LA/USA
Cyril Neville, vocals
Brian J, vocals
Ian Neville, guitar
Tab Benoit, guitar
Art Neville, Hammond B-3 organ
Ivan Neville, Hammond B-3 organ
Hagar Ben Ari, bass
Andy Cotton, bass
Chauncey Yearwood, congas, vocals
Jumpin' Johnny Sansone, harp
Waylon Thibodeaux, washboard
Between Motion And Rest
Sparco Records SPARCO NO. 002

Eric Lindell, vocals, guitar, harmonica
Joe Cohen, sax
Adam Theis, trombone
Peter Smith, guitar
Ivan Neville, organ, piano, clavinet
Chris Arenas, bass
Jake Brown, drums
Peter Joseph Burtt, vocals, kora
West County Drifter
M.C. Records MC-0067
recorded in New Orleans, LA, Petaluma, CA and Nashville, TN/USA
Eric Lindell, guitar, harmonica, vocals
Joe Cohen, sax
Chris Fitzgerald, tenor sax
Derek Huston, tenor sax, baritone sax
Adam Theis, trombone
Nick Ellman, clarinet
Thomas Johnson, guitar
Peter Smith, guitar
Colin Lake, lap steel guitar
Marc Adams, organ, clavinet, piano
Ivan Neville, organ, clavinet, piano
Delbert McClinton, harp
Chris Arenas, bass
Myles Weeks, bass
Jake Brown, drums
Will McMains, drums
Peter Joseph Burtt, kora, vocals
Ske-Dat-De-Dat The Spirit Of Satch
Concord Records CRE-35187-02
recorded December 2013 and January 2014
Dr. John, piano, keyboards, vocals
Roderick Paulin, alto sax
Khari Allen Lee, alto sax, flute
Ed Peterson, tenor sax
Tony Dagradi, tenor sax
Carl A. Blouin sr., baritone sax
Oliver Bonie, baritone sax
Sarah Morrow, trombone
Bernard (Barney) Floyd, trumpet
Eric Lucero, trumpet
Nick Volz, trumpet
Wendell Brunious, flugelhorn
Tom Fischer, clarinet
Rex Gregory, bass clarinet
Derwin "Big D." Perkins, guitar
Kendrick Marshall, keyboards
Bobby Floyd, organ
Ivan Neville, organ
Jason Weaver, bass
Reginald Veal, bass
Tony Gullage, bass
Donald Ramsey, bass
Jamison Ross, drums
Herlin Riley, drums, tambourine
Poncho Sanchez, percussion
Soul Food: Cooking With Maceo
The Funk Garage FGR76091

Maceo Parker, alto sax, vocals
Jason Mingledorff, tenor sax, baritone sax
Mark Mullins, trombone
Steve Sigmund, trombone
Ashlin Parker, trumpet
Derwin "Big D" Perkins, guitar
Ivan Neville, Hammond organ, piano, synthesizer
Angelamia Bachemin, congas
Tony Hall, bass
Nikki Glaspie, drums, percussion
Ain't No Good Man
Saguaro Road Records 420034180V
recorded at The Parlor in New Orleans, LA/USA
Lisa St. Lou, vocals
Alonzo Bowens, sax
Mark Mullins, trombone
Robert Campo, trumpet
Walter "Wolfman" Washington, guitar
Ivan Neville, organ, piano, guitar
Tor Hyams, Wurlitzer
Tony Hall, bass
Raymond Weber, drums
Cyril Neville, vocals

 
Sound Samples
MP3 n/a
Video n/a

 
YouTube videos
For more videos search YouTube

 
 

Back
 
If you don't see the left hand menu,
please go back to the homepage.

Back to the homepage