We are very excited to announce the release of Ted Neeley's new album "Workin for the Words"! It is now available on iTunes, Amazon and Rhapsody as well as Ted's official website www.neeleytour.com! We also have the CD available at the venues where Ted and his band are performing. This album features 9 new songs plus a bonus track of "White Buffalo" live in concert! These songs capture the essential spirit of a boy from Texas who went on to become an icon of rock operas, blending the raw, rootsy sound of the Southwest with the eclectic influences of a wider world. If you've already pre-ordered your copy, thank you for helping us create this new, exciting music! It will be shipped out very soon! If you haven't, there's no time like the present! Click the link below to order.
The Album "Ted Neeley 1974 A.D." that so many of you wonderful, patient friends have been asking about for so long is now available as a Newly ReMastered Digital CD. We are calling it "Ted Neeley 1974 A.D. / Remastered 2013 A.D." It includes all of the songs on the original vinyl album with enhanced audio while the packaging will maintain the vintage look of the '74 record. It's fresh off the presses and drops on Tuesday, August 13 exclusively at my webstore. As always, I wish all of you peace, love and light. - Ted.
UPDATE 1/13/14 (from Ted's Facebook Page)
Click on the photo above, or HERE, for the link to buy the album!
DISCLAIMER:To avoid any unnecessary
confusion/lawsuits, I will now state I am in no way connected to, or with, Andrew
Lloyd Webber, The Really Useful Group, Jesus Christ Superstar, Rasputin, Gary
Goddard Entertainment, or The Rubicon
AN OPEN LETTER
FOR VISITORS TO MY WEBSITE:
In December, 2006, I spoke with Ted about
the fact that off and on I had received comments and heard things about
individuals being upset with some of the content that I had initially
posted on this website. When I told him I wanted to try to
"fix" these problems, he told me that this wasn't possible to
do, as there will always be someone upset about something on my - or any
- website. (Certainly, I am very aware of the truth in that statement now, but I was a "greenhorn" in cyberspace, as most of us were, at that time.) Ted's suggestion on the best thing he thought I could do was
to write an open letter to any person who visits here. You are now
Please know that anything I have ever
posted on this website has been well-meant, and was never intended
upset, hurt, or anger any person who visits here, especially the
individuals this site was created for. Many of the
things posted here were sent to me by online friends and other
well-meaning individuals, or were found by me - or those individuals -
on other webpages already on the web.
My goal on these pages has always been to make news and information on
projects being worked on by Ted Neeley, Joseph Fuqua and The Rubicon
Theatre Company available online, so that those who are interested can
get to these venues, or experience them through this site when they are
not able to attend due to distance, illness, monetary limitations - or
various other reasons that prevented them from attending.
The internet is a place where privacy
a virtually non-existent thing. I have tried, and will continue
try my best, to protect and maintain the privacy of the individuals that
information involves. Unfortunately, in the past, I have not
always been completely successful in this effort, but I have learned
from my past mistakes, and am more careful than ever in my efforts in
That said, if anything found here is an
issue to the individuals it involves, I would ask that you e-mail me
privately (the e-mail link is on this page) to discuss this issue - withinreason, and, hopefully, I can remedy your request. (NOTE:
This is not a suggestion for everyone who sees one word or sentence they
don't like to send me requests, just for the individuals the specific items
involve). On the other hand, if you like what you see, I
welcome any e-mail response to that effect as well.
That said, I very much hope that you will
enjoy your time here, as many have up until now. Thank you for
to my Website.
I decided to do
a Web Page, I chose to devote it predominantly to two men whose talents I believe
in very strongly and will always support fully. My hope is that, by reading these pages, you will come to believe in,
support, their talents and projects as well, if you don't already.
two men in question are Ted Neeley and Joseph Fuqua.
these two gentlemen performed together at the Rubicon Theatre Company in June,
2000 in Murder
In The First, I thought
I might retitle this page "Hank and
Willie" (their characters in the show), but for the sake of those who did
the show (plans to tour it were originally in the works, and are still up-in-the-air
know), or who may find the title a little confusing, I've elected to keep the
one I've used above.
You will find bio pages for both Ted
and Joseph here, and sections of
this website are devoted to projects involving Ted:
"Ted Neeley and the Little Big Band", "JCS at The Egyptian Company", "Jesus Christ Superstar" and "JCS
- The 2006-2009 AD Tour", The
JCS YTA Benefit and
"Rasputin", as well as "Murder In The First"
and "BeckettFest", both of which
also involved Joseph. There is a very good chance that some of these projects could come your
their specific sections on my Web Page for more info on these landmark
of these pages may take awhile to download (particularly the "JCS"
pages, as there are a number of pictures on them, and a surprise background
MP3 as well that you can listen to while you're
viewing some of them, however, you can view the pages while you're waiting for the MP3 to
download), but if you stick it out, I think you will find them well worth the wait.
There are also four pages devoted to areas connected to Ted and/or Joseph.
One is my Carl Anderson Memorial
Page, two other pages involve: Ted's Birthday
presentations, and our "Ted Family" -
otherwise known by some as Ted's
Tedheads. Take a look
- I think you will find them very worthwhile as well.
Since this website was originally
posted, the information on The Rubicon Theatre Company (where
Ted, Carl and Joseph have all performed (and
it seems that Ted's (as well as Joseph's) Ventura appearances keep continuing.
(Ted is a founder of RTC, and stayed on at RTC as a sound designer/engineer for their hit
production of Lies & Legends after Murder closed, then later
appeared as Lucky in BeckettFest's "Waiting
For Godot.", and Joseph is RTC's first Company Member, one of their theatre instructors and performs onstage
at least once a season))
continues to grow daily, and Karyl Lynn Burns and James O'Neil have graciously
post my own pages on their BRILLIANT theatre company, so that those of you
who live nearby, have an occasion to visit, or just appreciate good theatre can
have a look. I know of no theatre, or group of people, more deserving than
they are, and I will be a lifetime supporter of RTC. I hope, through my website,
I can help find others who will feel the same way I do, and direct them to this wonderful place to experience it for themselves.
Each "section" of my site (Ted/Joseph/RTC) is divided into sub pages, for
faster loading, and you can find the main page for each section, which lists
all those pages, by clicking specifically on the "main name link" for each of
them in the navigation menu. The pages are separately
listed as well in the pull-down menues
under those names.
Enjoy yourselves! :-)
I hope you enjoy my Website.If you have any comments, suggestions, or have something I might like to
post, I would love to hear from you, especially if you are a Ted Neeley or
Joseph Fuqua fan, or an RTC friend.You can e-mail me by clicking on the mailbox:
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Formatting and graphic
scanning/placement on this site are courtesy of Ed Lemmers and John Strekal,
with some special assistance from Micha and Mark From Oz (A.K.A. Mark Ellison) -
thanks, John, Micha and Mark for all your help.