Neil provided backing vocals for "Everyday Is A Winding Road", a 1997 Sheryl Crow song.
Neil worked with The Dixie Chicks to co-write "Silent Hill", a song featured on one of their albums.
Neil was heavily involved with the soundtrack of Rain, a 2001 New Zealand film.
Both he and his brother Tim, were made OBE (Order of British Empire) for their contributions to New Zealand music.
Neil's solo albums include One All, Try Whistling This and One Nil.
Neil's solo songs include Sinner, She Will Have Her Way, Rest Of The Day Off and more.
The songs "I Love You Dawn" and "Afterglow" were written and performed by Neil in devotion to his wife.
Neil has two sons, Elroy and Liam. Both are musical and even appear with Neil on tour sometimes.
Neil has been married to Sharon Johnson since 1982.
When on his 'Band Of Strangers' tour, he would let spectators get on stage and perform with him.
Neil wrote "I Got You", the first international hit for Split Enz.
When Neil joined Split Enz, he was sharing lead vocal duties with his brother Tim.
Neil has been a part of Crowded House, The Mullanes and Split Enz.
Neil: (about New Zealand) I can't seem to live anywhere else. It seems to be the right place for me.
Neil: Rules are not worth following unless they're your own, and I can only speak for myself.
Neil: Whenever you write a song, you always want it to be universal.
Neil: I used to play at parties as a kid a lot, and I love what happens when you involve people in the room. It's a special thing.
Neil: I'm getting to play with lots of different people and I'm liking that because it means that anytime you go out there is a different angle on it.