Neal Fox is an award-winning songwriter and filmmaker with an extensive history in the music business. As a former partner in Patterson, Walz & Fox Music Productions he’s written for commercials, film, and TV, receiving Clio, Addy and Telly awards. Signed as an artist to three major labels, he had two charted singles and a Top Ten Dance Club Hit. He has also self-released ten CDs on his label, Wire Duck Records.
The New Times said Fox is, “a stupendous songwriter.” Billboard called him, “a rueful Randy Newman eccentric…equally at home in blues, rock, pop and jazz motifs,” and Music Connection said he has “the ability to conjure virtually any style of recording in the pop music realm.”
In the past few years, Fox has won festival awards for his music videos, and short films. And in the multimedia collaboration, EXPOSED the Art Project, Fox won first prize for a digitally enhanced photograph, “Life Sucks.” It was featured in Through the Eyes of Love, an exhibit honoring World AIDS Day.
As an activist and artist, he created a series of pieces called, Conspiracy, which is now available on his new site, The Art Offensive.
After two and a half years, his latest work, The Conspiracy Project, is complete. It's a one-of-a-kind documentary in song, using music, art, performance, and even dance, to deliver a message about conspiracies and freedom.
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