Dugan McNeill

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Musical artist

Dugan McNeill, is an American musician and record producer who worked with the 1980s Minnesota rock band Chameleon with members: Charlie Adams, Yanni, Mark Anthony, and Johnny Donaldson. The band recorded four albums together. Other recording credits include bass on the 1984 album Optimystique by Yanni, and mixing for 1994 album Hear the Masses by Bradley Joseph.

McNeill has also worked on producing, engineering, and mixing tribute albums dedicated to bands such as ABBA, Jimmy Buffett, Kenny Chesney, Willie Nelson, Michael W. Smith, and The Rolling Stones. He is co-owner and operator of Cherry Lane Studios in Minneapolis, Minnesota.



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