Canadian vocalist Neil Donell has just joined Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Chicago. The announcement quickly followed the news that vocalist/bassist Jeff Coffey was leaving Chicago after a less than two-year stint.
Donell is an in-demand session vocalist as well as a songwriter, producer, arranger and vocal coach. Toronto-based, he has made guest appearances with Chicago in the past. Since 2008, he has been a vocalist in Brass Transit, a popular Chicago tribute band from Canada. Chicago has sold more than 122 million recordings in a career spanning nearly five decades.