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Alexander O'Neal

Singer + Musician
Male
Born Dec 15, 1953
Age 62
Genres Rhythm and blues ...
Instruments Vocals
Performed With Jam, Jimmy and Le...
Record Label Eminence Records

Alexander O'Neal is an American R&B singer. He is best known for the songs "If You Were Here Tonight" and "Fake" and the duets with Cherrelle, "Saturday Love" and "Never Knew Love Like This".

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CHILDHOOD

1953 Birth Born on November 15, 1953.

THIRTIES

1984 30 Years Old Three years later, in 1984, O'Neal signed a deal with Clarence Avant's Tabu Records. … Read More
1985 31 Years Old 1 More Event
O'Neal released his eponymous debut album in 1985. … Read More
1987 33 Years Old In 1987, he released the album titled Hearsay. … Read More
1991 37 Years Old In 1991, he released his third album, All True Man. … Read More
1992 38 Years Old In 1992, his first greatest hits album, This Thing Called Love: The Greatest Hits of Alexander O'Neal, was a top ten album in the UK.
1993 39 Years Old In 1993, his final album with the Tabu label, Love Makes No Sense, was released. … Read More

FORTIES

1995 41 Years Old In 1995, another greatest hits compilation, The Best of Alexander O'Neal, was released.
1996 42 Years Old In 1996, his first album with One World Records, Lovers Again, was released.
2001 47 Years Old In 2001, he released an album with Eagle Records, Saga of a Married Man.

FIFTIES

2005 51 Years Old The album was produced by former Prince drummer, Bobby Z. In 2005, he recorded his first live album, Alexander O'Neal Live at Hammersmith Apollo. … Read More
2006 52 Years Old 1 More Event
In 2006 O'Neal appeared on The Weakest Link All Singing All Dancing Edition. … Read More
2008 54 Years Old 1 More Event
In 2008, he released Alex Loves, his first studio album in six years.
2011 57 Years Old In 2011, the TVOne series Unsung profiled his rise to fame, along with the story of Cherrelle.
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