Why See Neil Diamond?
50th Anniversary tour
One of the most successful pop singers in history, the great Neil Diamond has now been in the business for half a century, a fact he's celebrating with a huge 50th Anniversary Tour throughout 2017. A member of The Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame, and more than 125 million record sales under his belt, Neil's best known tracks include 'Sweet Caroline', 'Red Red Wine' and 'I'm a Believer' (originally performed by The Monkees).
The 1980s and 90s saw Diamond's sales decline, and after a series of disappointing records, his credibility took a bit of a knock. However, with the assistance of superstar producer Rick Rubin, Neil Diamond made a spectacular comeback with 12 Songs. Released in 2005, this record stripped away much of the middle of the road pomp that had become attached to Diamond over the years, revealing the great songwriter underneath. His next album with Rubin, Home Before Dark, landed right at the top of the Billboard chart. Diamond was back and better than ever.
Now he's hitting the road performing songs from throughout his illustrious career. Catch him at in , , .
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Neil gave everything he had to a crowd of app 18 thousand. Their were moments... more
This was the most amazing concert Neil has ever given! I've seen him 4... more
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