Neville Peter was born and raised on the beautiful island of St. Thomas. Diagnosed at a young age with Glaucoma, a very painful disease that causes nerve damage to the eyes, Neville doesnít ever being able to see perfectly. Although he says he is thankful God for the privilege of seeing for the first twelve years of his life.
At an early age Neville, music talent also appeared as he sang for church. At the age of fourteen, Neville began to study piano. Not long after, he began receiving invitations to sing at other concerts, church events, and talent shows. Then at the age of 19, Neville left St. Thomas and moved to Miami. There he attended the University of Miami where he received his BA in Studio Music and Vocal Jazz. While there, he began performing on South Beach and other clubs in the Miami area.
In 1994 he received an award from Down Beat Magazine for best National College Jazz Male Vocalist of the Year. Neville has toured with Cassandra Wilson and has worked with Gladys Knight. When Gladys heard a recording of him singing his original music, she said that he was destined for the Grammies. However, his career in secular music was cut short by Godís divine providence. Soon he began writing and performing Christian music.
Today, Neville teaches at three Adventist schools in south Florida. He is also minister of music at the New Bethel AME Church.