Looking to book Alexander O'Neal for a corporate event, private party, fundraiser or public event worldwide?
BookingEntertainment.com makes it easy and trouble free to check availability and pricing for booking Alexander O'Neal or any other act in the business with absolutely no obligations.
If we don't book an act for you, our service is free.
Want to talk about your event now? Give us a call at (212) 645-0555 and one of our booking agents will be happy help you immediately.
Our office is staffed from 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM EST, Monday - Friday.
Price: Under $15,000
Availability: Generally Availability
The American R&B singer Alexander O’Neal was born in 1953 in Mississippi. After completing his studies at Alcorn State University, O’Neal moved to Minneapolis and within a few years he’d begun the full-time pursuit of a career in music.
After joining first the local cover band the Mystics, Alexander joined Enterprise, and then the band Flyte Tyme, which switched its name to the Time before garnering the interest of megastar Prince and singing a record deal with Warner Bros. Sadly, O’Neal and Prince did not see creatively eye to eye, and so Alexander left the Time, which forged forward with new front man Morris Day. O’Neal regrouped and signed with Tabu Records as a solo artist before releasing his debut album, Alexander O’Neal, in 1985.
The album was a hit, spawning the singles “Innocent,” “If You Were Here Tonight,” and “A Broken Heart Can Mend.” A duet with the artist Cherrelle, “Saturday Love,” also rose to the top of both the R&B and mainstream charts, further bolstering O’Neal’s popularity and establishing him as one of the period’s most successful R&B performers.
Since his debut, O’Neal has released the additional albums: Hearsay, My Gift to You, All True Man, Love Makes No Sense, Lovers Again, Saga of a Married Man, and Alex Loves. The albums spawned the additional R&B hits “What’s Missing,” “Fake,” “Criticize,” “Never Knew Love Like This” (again with Cherrelle), “The Lovers,” “(What Can I Say) To Make You Love Me,” “All True Man,” “What Is This Thing Called Love?,” Love Makes No Sense,” “In the Middle,” and “Aphrodisia.”
Alexander O’Neal continues to perform and record, most recently releasing the album Five Questions: The New Journey. He also recently participated with his spouse in the series Wife Swap, and his career was the subject of an episode of the TV One series Unsung, which aired in 2011.
For more information on booking Alexander O'Neal, please contact Booking Entertainment. One of our top booking agents will be happy to work on your behalf to get you the best possible price to book any big name entertainer for your upcoming public, private or corporate event worldwide.
As an experienced entertainment booking agency, Booking Entertainment agents represent buyers of big name entertainment, providing pricing fees and full turn key concert events for our clients. We are a full-service booking entertainment agency for clients hosting corporate events, galas, private events, fundraisers, corporate functions, college concerts, private parties and speaking engagements worldwide.
Booking Entertainment works to get the best possible booking fee and price for our clients while also providing the celebrity or big name entertainer with the level of professionalism and industry norms that they expect from an event run by a professional booking agency and production management.
Booking Entertainment uses our agency / management relationships and over 20 years of production experience to help buyers of headline / top name entertainers and does not claim or represent itself as the exclusive agent, manager or management company for any of the artists on our site.
Booking Entertainment does not claim or represent itself as the exclusive booking agency, business manager, publicist, speakers bureau or management for Alexander O'Neal or any artists or celebrities on this website.