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Neal Doughty of REO Speedwagon performs on March 12, 2012 during the "Midwest Rock 'N Roll Express Tour" at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in The Woodlands, Texas
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Neal Doughty

Keyboards 1971 - present

Neal was a founding member of REO Speedwagon, the only one still in the current line-up.

157 Riverside Avenue, the oldest track still in the REO live set, owes a great deal to Neal’s virtuoso improvisation, whereas on Ridin The Storm Out (1973), Neal introduced the classic Minimoog synthesizer sound to REO’s line up.

Neal also wrote Sky Blues from 1973, and more recently, One Lonely Night from 1984 and Variety Tonight from 1987, from the album Life As We Know It, which also features an electronic sax solo played on an Emulator digital sampling keyboard.