b. 22 August 1948, Cuero, Tx, USA, d. 19 July 2006, Corpus Christi, Tx, USA. Neely performed electric guitar from around age 10 and five years afterwards, with his family members now surviving in Corpus Christi, Tx, he was using local bands which continued on the next couple of years. In the past due 60s he posted a few of his music for factor for films which resulted in a recording agreement with Capitol Information. Through the early 70s he was mixed up in Hollywood studios for movies, including Tilt (1978), and tv work, including performing his own structure, ‘The Party’s Over (Farewell To M*A*S*H)’, the melody by the end of the ultimate bout of the long-running M*A*S*H. On the other hand, Neely was still composing music, included in this ‘Long Street To Tx’, ‘Adoring YOU MERELY Crossed My Brain’, ‘Rosalie’, ‘Blue Period’, ‘You MIGHT HAVE Her’, ‘You CAN’T EVER Go Back again’, ‘I Fought The Laws’ and ‘Sail Away’, a few of which were well-known singles. He continuing recording with the past due 70s, for A&M Information and Elektra Information, before time for Tx. Back Corpus Christi, Neely documented a little, performed concerts, went a nightclub, Neely’s, and continuing writing music. From the first 80s he was for some time with MCA Information, Nashville. Neely’s afterwards profession was blighted by illness; he was a diabetic and acquired heart disease. Highly reputed by his peers, Neely composed music that had wide appeal to documenting artists and the general public. His kid, Jason Neely, includes a career within the custom of his dad.