The Oregonian called it "rock with a smirk". KINK radio noted "a certain lunch pail, cigarettes-rolled-in-the-sleeve attitude." We think of singer-songwriter Dan Neal's aesthetic vision as something like a cross between Miguel de Unamuno and Jimmy Buffet. You figure it out...and then come and enjoy yourself. Neal's refreshing 2004 debut volume, When The Big Picture Fades was followed by 2006's Party Of One. We brought him and his band to The Jaqua Concert Hall that same year, for a wonderful evening of music. We figured it was time for another dose..