Ivan's own recording career began with 1988's If My Ancestors Could See Me Now, which scored him his first and only hit "Not Just Another Girl." In the '90s, Neville played a key role on the Stones
' Voodoo Lounge set, and released Thanks, his second album, in 1995. At the end of the '90s, he briefly joined the Spin Doctors
as a replacement for Chris Barron
, who had lost his voice. In the early 21st century, Neville recorded two more solo albums: Saturday Morning Music in 2002 and Scrape in 2004.
Neville and his cousin, Ian Neville (son of Art Neville
) formed the diverse jam band Dumpstaphunk in the early aughts. The group's first album was a live date from the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. Their studio debut was a 2007 EP entitled Listen Hear, followed by three more live offerings. Their studio full-length, Everybody Wants Sum, appeared in 2011, followed by a live recording in 2012. Their second studio album, Dirty Word, was released in 2013, followed by two more live albums that same year. ~ Thom Jurek, Rovi