Neil Fallon

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Neil Fallon
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Neil Fallon performing with Clutch
Background information
Born (1971-10-25) October 25, 1971 (age 48)
OriginPortsmouth, Virginia, US
GenresAlternative rock, heavy metal
InstrumentsVocals, Electric Guitar
Years active1990–present
LabelsWeathermaker Music
Associated actsClutch, The Company Band, The Bakerton Group

Neil Patrick Fallon (October 25, 1971) is the lead singer and occasional rhythm guitarist, keyboardist and percussionist for the rock band Clutch, and lead singer for The Company Band. He also joined The Bakerton Group on guitar starting with their El Rojo album.

Neil Fallon has provided guest vocals on the songs "Two Coins for Eyes" and "Empire's End" on the 2008 album Beyond Colossal by Swedish stoner rock band Dozer; "Crazy Horses" by Throat; "Slippin' Out" by Never Got Caught; "Mummies Wrapped in Money" by Lionize; and "Blood and Thunder" by Mastodon, on their 2004 album Leviathan; "Transistors of Mercy" by Polkadot Cadaver, on their 2013 album Last Call in Jonestown; "Ayatollah of Rock 'n' Rolla" by Soulfly, on their 2013 album Savages; and appears on the song "Die to Live" on Volbeat's seventh studio album Rewind, Replay, Rebound.

Fallon's younger sister Mary Alice Fallon-Yeskey appears on the Food Network show Ace of Cakes as office manager of Charm City Cakes in Baltimore, Maryland.

On September 12, 2013, Fallon announced that Clutch would have to postpone their September tour (except for a hometown show in Baltimore, Maryland at the Shindig Festival), due to personal health issues. Fallon released a statement through the band's Facebook page saying "Dear friends, this week I've learned that a childhood injury to the neck, a genetic predisposition for spinal disease, and 20 some years of head banging will exact a toll. I've been diagnosed with an ugly case of cervical spinal stenosis and two herniated discs." Fallon had surgery on September 17, 2013 and the band resumed their tour in October. This ordeal inspired Fallon's lyrics in "Decapitation Blues," a track on Clutch's eleventh studio album, Psychic Warfare.[1]

Fallon lives in Silver Spring, Maryland with his family.[2]


  1. ^ OfficialClutch (September 30, 2015). "Clutch: Neil Fallon commentary on "Decapitation Blues" off the record "Psychic Warfare"". Retrieved May 21, 2019 – via YouTube.
  2. ^ "Musician to musician: Jason Varnadore talks with Neil Fallon of Clutch", in The Frederick News-Post, April 18, 2013.

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