Map of Narre Warren on A hairdresser and owner of Jazzy Jackie’s Beauty Salon in Baton Rouge, Neal released four CDs on small independent labels (The Blues Won’t Let You Go, 1995; Lookin’ for a Sweet Thang, 2000; Money Can’t Buy Me Love, 2002; Down in da Club, 2005) all characterized by an eclectic blend of soul, pop, funk, and blues. Since the mid?1990s, Neal’s career was steadily building in the Southeast thanks to airplay on black radio stations in cities such as Mobile, Birmingham, and Baton Rouge. In support of songs like Nooky Thang, Right Thang, Wrong Man, and Twurk It, Neal crisscrossed the region by bus often playing weekend gigs. In early?2003, Neal met James Haskell White at her concert in Baton Rouge. White wooed the singer with flowers and for a time drove her tour bus until his increasing jealousy over her access to fans prompted the entertainer to end their relationship in December 2004. Unwilling to accept the breakup, the 39-year-old threatened to kill Neal and in early March 2005 punched the windows out of her car in the parking lot of a nightclub. On March 10, 2005, Neal, 37, was getting a manicure at T’Nails and Hair Salon on 4369 Florida Boulevard in Baton Rouge prior to a weekend tour in Alabama. Map of Narre Warren 2016.