Having one of the most evocative and recognizable voices in American music, Aaron Neville is an international ambassador of New Orleans R&B, though his soaring falsetto sounds at home in many styles. Coming of age in the incredibly creative 1950s Crescent City R&B scene, Neville gained national attention with the Wild Tchoupitoulas, a touring Mardi Gras celebration that led to the creation of the Neville Brothers band — an institution that would confirm Neville's iconic status. Over his multiple Grammy-winning solo career, Neville has scored a string of hits including 1966's #1 hit "Tell It Like It Is," memorable duets with Linda Ronstadt including "Don't Know Much" and a hugely popular cover of Main Ingredient's "Everybody Plays the Fool." In 2010 Neville returned to gospel music with I Know I've Been Changed, celebrating his 50th year in recorded music. Most recently in January, 2013, paying tribute to the songs of his youth, Blue Note Records released Neville's My True Story, a collection of 12 doo-wop tunes, produced by Don Was and Keith Richards, with backing by musicians such as Benmont Trench and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.