Neil Donell (born May 23, 1962) is a Canadian singer who has worked extensively as a session musician and has been nominated for multiple Juno Awards. As of 2018 he is the new lead tenor vocalist for classic rock band Chicago. Originally from Montreal, Quebec, Donell moved to Toronto in the mid-1980s and is still a resident of that city. He has a four-octave vocal range and has logged more than 10,000 sessions in his singing career. Donell's credits also include a few small acting roles and several motion picture soundtracks like Thomas and the Magic Railroad with his performance of "Shining Time" with Maren Ord.