The official home of Dennis McNeil

Dear Dennis,

You are a great American, and you know how to lift the rafters. Last night you let everybody feel that they were talking directly to Ronald Reagan. What a performance! Thank you.

All the Best,

George P. Shultz

“Your Performance at my swearing in ceremony was terrific. Thank you for lending your talents to this historic event. You are a dear friend.”

-Steve Cooley, Los Angeles District Attorney

“Your voice continues to ring to the rafters. As I listened to (your CD), I relived the Reagan dinner and Kissinger Breakfast.”

George Shultz, Former United States Secretary of State

“The vocalist was marvelous!”

Gerald R. Ford

“The Reviews and letters of thanks have been coming in about the fantastic evening last week. I have great memories of (past shows) but I think you exceeded them and our expectations. Having (our) guests experience a world class show here in Sedona was magical.

Patti cannot stop talking about how wonderful everything went and working with you to set the program up. I know our goal was to impress the travel writers, hotel owners and selected VIPs during the anniversary weekend and your show put everything over the top.

You and Teri are the best!”

-Ed Conway, General Manager, Sedona Rouge Hotel and Spa

“What can I say? Your performances (in Scotland) were the highlight of the weekend. You are truly a talented and gifted man and I’m proud to get to know you!

“Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful music at the recent reception for the donors to the CAAA Directors Row at the Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts. You Graced the stage and made our acknowledgment very meaningful!”

Cal Aggie Alumni Association, UC Davis

“I remember how much excitement that auction package generated for all in attendance that wonderful evening. I have never experienced anything quite like that in all my years of attending black tie auctions. You could hear a pin drop when you filled the Barker Hanger with your incredible voice. I knew at that moment that the sales price would set a new record for a single package.

Thank you so much for making Sellabration so memorable and, of course for creating this magical evening.”

CEO, Little Company of Mary Hospital


“What a delight it was to have you perform at our Annual Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

Let me congratulate you on the repertoire of musical pieces that you selected for the performance. We were especially honored to have you present the world premier of “The Great American.” Our guest speaker, Arthur Miller, was touched that the song was especially written for the occasion. Many others commented that it appropriately set the tone for the evening.”

-William R. Ferris, Chairman, National Endowment for the Humanities

“The rafters of the one hundred year old club shook with joy!He was perfect. …having Dennis take a real good party over the top and make it an all timer was a wonderful gift.”

“Your wonderful voice is still ringing in my ears! Loved it!”

Dear Dennis,

I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for bringing your  special magic to New York Life meetings over the past few years. Whether it was a room of 50, 500 or 1000’s, you have never failed to “wow” our attendees. The professionalism you brought to the table was only overshadowed by the pure talent showcased in your voice and your productions. In my 34 years at New York Life –  both as a meeting attendee and as Vice President in charge of Meeting Planning – I cannot recall ever seeing audiences, from one meeting to the next, demanding encores after every single performance. You have played a big part in making all of our events especially memorable.”

-Jules Del Vecchio, First Vice President, New York Life Insurance Company

“I’ve been planning events for many years and one thing is certain: The successful ones always start with a good relationship during the planning stages. In the case of your performance during the Kemper Open, the relationship and the results were superb. Our reaction, the client’s and the audience’s all support that. The incredibly high energy and excitement that you communicate to your audience through your voice and your presence is like no others I have seen. The feedback and client reactions were consistently positive and full of nothing but praise.

While we rarely have repeated entertainment, we are thrilled that you are with us again for the next Kemper Open. A different setting and style, but I know it will be one that will have the guests on their feet.

Thank you Dennis for the quality of your work and all your efforts on our behalf. I think tha tyou truly have become part of the Kemper team.”

-Mady Lesnik, Executive Consultant, Kemper Lesnik Communications

“The loss of Space Shuttle Columbia had a profound impact on the KSC Community, and the incident was very hard to recover from.

Music can often express thoughts, emotions, and a totality that words cannot. You came to a community that was severely hurt, to help them honor those who had fallen, to unite and to mend a dream that was torn. You provided a rare gift at a time when it was badly needed, and your helped us in a way that is both significant and very hard to describe. As your music said, we are Americans, we are a united people who share both triumph and sorrow; and we will still hope for and will build a better future.

Thank you for coming to our memorial, for lending us the strength and support of your voice raised in song, and for sharing this moment with us. It is very much appreciated.”

-NASA, John F. Kennedy Space Center

“Your concert here was a fantastic success! The audience couldn’t sit still, as they were either humming and singing along or clapping in rhythm to each number. We were ver pleased with a full house in attendance and a very enthusiastic and responsive that was unbelievable! It was a superb way to celebrate S. Patrick’s Day

Executive Director, Norris Center for the Performing Arts

“Dennis McNeil is absolutely first rate, has a wide repertoire, and always wins rave responses from the audience. Dennis has a very winsome personality so that he fits well into any group. That’s why he is asked back by so many different groups and has developed a reputation on the professional singing circuit that matches the best of those on the speaking sircuit. Many regard him as among the three best American tenors singing today. In short, he would be a real hit.”

David R. Gergen, CNN Commentator, Speaker, Adviser to four US Presidents

“You are fantastic, wonderful, phenomenal, magical and absolutely brilliant. What a marvelous performance! We cannot thank you enough. you truly made the evening one to remember. It was perfect!!!”

“Thank you for sharing your time and talent with all of us on the Delta Queen. What an outstanding performance!”

“John and I thought your were in good voice at the Kennedy Center. Thanks for arranging it and we loved hearing you.” –Sandra Day O’Connor

Mr. McNeil typifies all that is good about our American Artists. he is a fine musician, an excellent actor, and needless to say, has a beautiful robust tenor voice. He is also an excellent colleague. I predict a long and successful career for him.”

-Donald Hassard, Managing Director, New York City Opera

Partial Client List

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New York Life
2001 Presidential Inaugural Committee
Hearst Corporation
Kemper Insurance
AON Insurance
Times Mirror Corp.
Los Angeles County Bar Association
Mullin Consulting
Los Angeles Mayor, Richard J. Riordan
The Jacmar Companies
The Grupe Companies
Charles Dunn and Company
Schramsberg Vineyards
Duckhorn Vineyards

Pacific Union Club
The California Club
The Jonathan Club
Athenaeum Club
Chaparral Club
Greenhorn Creek Resort
American Ireland Fund, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Phoenix
Society of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick
Jimmy’s, Beverly Hills
2001 Presidential Inauguration – with Teri Bibb
Chevalier de Tastevin
The Delta Queen, Mississippi

National Tropical Botanical Garden
Cornell University
University of Southern California
University of California, Davis
Pepperdine University
Dublin City University
Hour of Power, Crystal Cathedral
Dinty Moore Dinner, St. John of God
Blind Childrens Center
Jules Stein Eye Institute, UCLA Medical Center
Hearst Corporation – Hearst Castle

Good Sheppard
Helping the Homeless Help Themselves
Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation
American Red Cross
San Pedro Cancer Guild

Norris Theatre for the Performing Arts
Pepperdine Center for the Arts

Los Angeles Kings, Los Angeles Dodgers, USC Trojans, LA Lakers, SF Giants

Harry James Orchestra
Seattle Museum of Flight