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    Neil Diamond To Headline 2018 Mission Estate Concert! Wednesday, 25 October 2017, 8:37 am Press Release: Mission Estate Winery The Mission Estate Concert announces that musical icon, Grammy Award® winner and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member, Neil Diamond, will perform at the 2018 concert on Saturday, 17 March 2018. The Mission Concert is part of Neil Diamond’s world tour celebrating his incomparable 50-year career and hits spanning decades such as Cherry Cherry, Holly Holy, Cracklin’ Rosie, Song Sung Blue, You Don’t Bring Me Flowers, Solitary Man, Sweet Caroline, Love on the Rocks, Desiree and Shilo. The Exclusive Mission Concert Club Box Office opens at 9am Friday 27 October www.missionconcert.co.nz. If you are not a member or have changed your email address since the last concert, simply go to www.missionconcert.co.nz and update your details. Registration is free and members will be kept posted with all the latest event news. For Concert Club members who will not have direct internet access on Friday morning you will receive, via email, a special code that can be used to purchase tickets at any Ticketek Outlet also from 9am Friday 27 October. All remaining tickets will be available to the general public at 9am on Saturday, 28 October via Ticketek and the Mission Concert website. More: http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/CU1710/S00434/neil-diamond-to-headline-2018-mission-estate-concert.htm
  3. NEIL DIAMOND TRIBUTE ALBUM BY ADAM RANDY Hello everyone, When I first heard that Neil Diamond was going to do a 50th anniversary tour this summer, I decided that I wanted to finally do a tribute album and including a collection of my favorite ND songs (although there are so many to choose from). So over the past six months, I have been recording and mixing my favorite songs in my home studio (using basic backing tracks, and adding lead and backing vocals, additional instrumentation and effects). I have put many, many hours into this endeavor (which by the way is a side project at this time and not for financial gain at all), and it has truly been a labor of love!! I am still writing and recording my own songs and hope to release those in the coming months ahead. So please check out the ND songs, which I have posted on my YouTube Channel at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIPFeBGOzGdGUZ2WoomVoxOlFC3a-X8GP Let me know what you think! Meanwhile, I will be celebrating my wedding anniversary on June 9th at the Royal Farms area in Baltimore with...NEIL DIAMOND! Third row tickets in the center on the floor. What a magical night this will be...I can't wait. Thank you all for your continued support as I continue to write, record and perform, and ultimately follow my heart and pursue my dreams in music!!! Yours, Adam Randy www.adamrandy.com www.facebook.com/adamrandymusic www.youtube.com/adamrandyvideos
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  7. How do I go about changing my user name? I have changed my name and would like to correct it as such. I would appreciate anyones help in this matter. I have not been able to figure it out. Thank you, Niese Cramphorn email myniese@live.com
  8. Neil Diamond grosses $1.2M from concert at Philips Arena in Atlanta Thousands of Neil Diamond lovers in Atlanta must have wanted to tell the singer/songwriter "Hello Again" during his most recent show in the Peach State. The Songwriters Hall of Fame and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee performed at Philips Arena in Atlanta April 30 in front of 12,235 fans (13,197 tickets were allotted). The show, which was promoted by Beverly Hills, Calif.-based Live Nation Entertainment Inc. (NYSE: LYV), had $1,207,288 in gross sales, according to data recently compiled by Billboard. More here: http://www.bizjournals.com/atlanta/news/2017/05/09/neil-diamond-grosses-1-2m-from-concert-at-philips.html
  9. On his golden anniversary tour, Neil Diamond still shines Call it a golden anniversary for a diamond. Neil Diamond, that is, who is celebrating 50 years as a hit recording artist with a world tour that stopped Wednesday at Scottrade Center. Musing on the five decades gone by, Diamond told the crowd, “I was 7 years old when I started.” He was joking, but he wasn’t off by much. Diamond, 76, started writing songs as a teenager and by the mid-‘60s was working in the famed Brill Building, cranking out tunes for various pop stars of the day. “Solitary Man,” his debut single as a recording artist in his own right, was released in 1966. Diamond’s two-hour Scottrade show was packed with hits and was deeply nostalgic for fans and the artist as well. He talked and sang about his Brooklyn beginnings, recalling his home turf’s tough neighborhoods in “Jungletime” and showed old home movies (on a diamond-shaped video screen, no less) during “Brooklyn Roads.” The hits were the concert’s main draw, of course, and Diamond delivered them in bunches, starting off with “Cherry Cherry” and moving quickly into slower, romantic fare including “September Morn” and “Longfellow Serenade.” Introducing “Play Me,” he said: “It’s not easy for a man to come up here and make himself vulnerable. We’re supposed to be tough and able to handle it all — doing everything that’s demanded of a man, except being vulnerable in front of 12,614 people.” If Diamond felt at all exposed — which seems unlikely — the crowd backed him up by singing along with the song’s chorus. There were plenty of other opportunities to sing along, among them “Song Sung Blue,” “I’m a Believer” (initially a hit for the Monkees and revived decades later for the “Shrek” soundtrack) and “Forever in Blue Jeans.” Diamond was backed by two singers and an 11-piece band that was rock-solid and unobtrusive, though the players knew when to shine, such as Larry Klimas’ saxophone solo, which stood in for Barbra Streisand’s vocal on “You Don’t Bring Me Flowers.” Diamond moved slowly and somewhat stiffly as he played to all sides of the stage, but his voice was strong — low and gravelly when he spoke/sang some lyrics but soaring when it needed to. The set included a moody, brooding take on “Solitary Man,” an upbeat, rhythm-heavy “Sooliamon,” and a medley from “Jonathan Livingston Seagull.” Diamond closed with a handful of songs he noted had appeared on his epochal live album “Hot August Night”: “Done Too Soon” (its relentless recitation of historical figures’ names an obvious precursor — and better alternative — to Billy Joel’s “We Didn’t Start the Fire”), “Holly Holy” and “I Am … I Said.” The four-song encore kept the crowd on its feet with the requisite singalong “Sweet Caroline,” plus “Cracklin’ Rosie,” “America” and a revival-tent-raising “Brother Love’s Traveling Salvation Show” which included a plea for everyone — “black and white, rich and poor, gay and straight, great and small/We are God’s children all,” Diamond preached — sending the crowd back into the street with both a message of inclusiveness and no shortage of familiar tunes running through their heads. Set list “Cherry, Cherry” “You Got to Me” “September Morn” “Longfellow Serenade” “Love on the Rocks” “Play Me” “Beautiful Noise” “Jungletime” “If You Know What I Mean” “Song Sung Blue” “Forever in Blue Jeans” “You Don’t Bring Me Flowers” “Solitary Man” “I’m a Believer” “Brooklyn Roads” “Pretty Amazing Grace” “Be”/“Lonely Looking Sky”/“Skybird” “Jazz Time” “Soolaimon” “Done Too Soon” “Holly Holy” “I Am … I Said” Encore “Sweet Caroline” “Cracklin’ Rosie” “America” “Brother Love’s Traveling Salvation Show” Link: http://www.stltoday.com/entertainment/music/reviews/on-his-golden-anniversary-tour-neil-diamond-still-shines/article_ad73552d-5bd7-5c1f-a3ba-de9df672c457.html There are great photos at the link as well.
  10. So exciting! Glad we can watch the Pericope shows too if not able to catch him live.
  11. Neil Diamond shows his age on the opening night of 50th anniversary tour – and it’s a great thing If Neil Diamond suffers from anything, it’s a catalog that is far too extensive to fit into a single one-night concert, even one that runs 25 songs and pushes two hours. It’s not that his 50th Anniversary tour kick off (which played to a full, if not quite capacity crowd at Fresno’s Save Mart Center) wasn’t filled with hits. The set opened with “Cherry, Cherry” and “I’m a Believer” and ended with “Cracklin’ Rosie” and “America” and “Brother Love’s Travelling Salvation Show.” He played “Song Sung Blue” and “You Don’t Bring Me Flowers” and an extra-extended sing-along version of “Sweet Caroline” (because, of course). But for those like myself, who grew up on (if not with) Diamond’s music, there was plenty that got left out. “Shilo,” for one, and “Girl You’ll Be A Woman Soon,” and “Thank the Lord for the Nighttime,” “Red, Red Wine.” You get the idea. Of course, these are the thoughts you heading back out to the car after the show. While he is on stage, Diamond is captivating, playing both side of the arena with a shuffle step and a smile and a gravely-voice “thank you” after every few songs. His movements are stiffer than they once were and while the voice is still unmistakably Neil Diamond (on the stellar “September Morn” for example), it has changed. The songs have obviously been rearranged to accommodate the fact and the overall tempo of the show is slower than is might have been at Diamond’s 1970s heyday. That was totally obvious of the should-be rocker “Solitary Man.” At 76, Diamond shows his age. Judging from the multitude of voices (both men and women) professing their love for the singer throughout the evening, both the man and his music have aged well. More including the setlist here: http://www.fresnobee.com/entertainment/ent-columns-blogs/fresno-beehive/article143511854.html Read more here: http://www.fresnobee.com/entertainment/ent-columns-blogs/fresno-beehive/article143511854.html#storylink=cpy More Read more here: http://www.fresnobee.com/entertainment/ent-columns-blogs/fresno-beehive/article143511854.html#storylink=cpy
  12. It's beautiful. I think Neil needs someone to stay in this beautiful home when he isn't there just to make sure things are okay. I'll volunteer. LOL! I'll be the one to let someone know if a water line breaks. That could cause lots of damage, ya know.
  13. Melissa and all, here's some inside photos https://www.trulia.com/blog/celebrity-homes/neil-diamond-house-malibu-ca/
  14. Neil Diamond Scores a Gem of an Estate in Magnificent Malibu Legendary singer-songwriter Neil Diamond has purchased a Malibu estate for $7.25 million, says real estate gossip Yolanda of Yolanda's Little Black Book. Diamond bought the house just off Pacific Coast Highway through an LLC in November 2016. It appears Diamond scored a gem of a deal, because the sellers paid $8.15 million for the home in August 2010. Built in 1996, the house is filled with curved walls and sits on a large lot behind a privacy hedge. The five-bedroom, seven-bath home features spectacular ocean views, an open kitchen with granite counters and stainless-steel range, and a great room with vaulted ceiling. Outside there’s a stone patio, spa, and infinity pool. The house is part of Malibu’s Blue Whale Estates neighborhood, an oceanfront, gated community of just five homes. Diamond’s 4,692-square-feet property is the largest of the five. More here: http://www.realtor.com/news/celebrity-real-estate/neil-diamond-buys-malibu-estate/'
  15. Neil Diamond will celebrate the 50th anniversary of his first hit, "Solitary Man," with a career-spanning box set out March 31st. Neil Diamond 50 – The 50th Anniversary Collection will boast 50 tracks over three discs, as well as a booklet featuring new liner notes. Diamond helped pick the track list and oversaw the creation of the collection. Since Diamond released "Solitary Man" in 1966, he's notched an array of hits, including three Number Ones: "Cracklin' Rosie," "Song Sung Blue" and "You Don't Bring Me Flowers," the latter a collaboration with Barbra Streisand. His famed 1980 soundtrack for The Jazz Singer, in which he also starred, boasted three Top 10 tunes – "Love on the Rocks," "Hello Again" and "America" – while other Diamond songs such as "Cherry Cherry," "I Am … I Said" and "Sweet Caroline" have become staples in the American pop songbook. Along with Neil Diamond 50, Diamond will embark on a massive tour this April to celebrate his 50th anniversary. The trek begins April 7th at the SaveMart Center in Fresno, California and wraps with a two-night stand at the Forum in Los Angeles, August 10th and 12th. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Diamond teased the tour, saying, "I want to create a list of songs that I haven't done before. 'If You Go Away' is as definite candidate. 'Suzanne' is a definite candidate. I have a list, but I want to keep some of them surprises. There will be a bunch of additions to the set list. Hopefully they'll be accepted by people. If they are, we'll keep doing them." Diamond began his career as a Brill Building songwriter and penned songs for artists like Jay and the Americans and the Monkees (among his credits are "I'm a Believer" and "A Little Bit Me, a Little Bit You"). Over the course of his solo career, his music would be covered by numerous musicians including Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Johnny Cash and UB40, who famously turned his 1968 song "Red Red Wine" into a Number One in 1983. Link: https://www.yahoo.com/music/neil-diamond-preps-50th-anniversary-151048374.html
  16. Neil Diamond Talks 50th Anniversary Tour, New Christmas LP It's been a weird couple of days for Neil Diamond. Two nights before speaking with Rolling Stone, he teamed up with Jimmy Fallon to take on Natalie Portman and J.J. Abrams in a game of Password, but got completely crushed in a clip already viewed more than a million times. (Diamond didn't help his team much when Fallon's hints of "mamba" and "guacamole" elicited a response of "salad" and not the correct answer of "salsa.") Then the following night he performed a medley of Christmas songs from his new LP Acoustic Christmas in pelting rain during Rockefeller Center's Christmas Tree lighting ceremony. "It was a little pandemonious and slippery," he says. "I had fun once I got onstage and stopped worrying about falling off the stage." Right now, Diamond is warm, dry and ready to eat some lunch in the lobby restaurant of a luxury hotel on the Upper East Side. It's the sort of place that offers a three-course prix-fixe menu for $48, but Diamond can't find a single thing he wants and asks for the bar menu, ultimately just telling his wife/manager Katie McNeil, seated a nearby table, to just pick something she thinks he'll like. She goes with chicken noodle soup and a Caesar salad, but once it comes he notices the salad has anchovies, which he meticulously picks out one-by-one and places on a side plate during our interview. There's a lot to talk about. Not only is Acoustic Christmas the fourth Christmas album for a singer known as the "Jewish Elvis," but the 75-year-old just announced dates for a massive 50th anniversary tour in 2017. Diamond spoke with RS about what fans can expect from the tour, what compels him to spend so much time on the road at this point in his life, and his memories of performing at the Last Waltz, which took place just over 40 years ago. More: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/features/neil-diamond-talks-50th-anniversary-tour-new-christmas-lp-w453713 I'm only posting the 1st three paragraphs. I'd love to know what some of you think of the some of the possible set list songs. One song in particular thrills me, and would be worth the price of admission to see him sing it.
  17. I received an email from Linda's cousin saying that she passed away Thursday, November 24. Her cousin said she had been in the hospital for two weeks. Linda was an amazing, active member of this community and will be dearly missed. May you rest in peace, sweet lady.
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    Found various Passcodes but NOT tickets.....all tix were Premium, exorbitantly priced. Will try again on Friday but can't believe that in this "millinium" the ineptness in people and "business"...$300/$400.00 price for a ticket at such a terrible location should be illegal!! Pre-Sale...another term for Pre-Fail...
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    Where can I find the so-called Passcodes for tix?
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    Does it matter which American express card you use? I have an AmEx Everyday card
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    For everyone asking about tickets... I'll be trying the American Express presale as well since I let my fan club membership expire several years ago. Good luck everybody!!
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    I am wondering the same? In Portland do you have to use American Express only?. Are there ways to get tickets for Neil Diamond Member? I would love to get tickets where I might meet him in some way. I have only missed 6 of his concerts since I was 18, a long time ago!!
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    Any way for presale tix for Rochester NY besides American Express card holder?
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    Looking at his tour dates, there seem to be a gap in May , then another gap in June-July. I wonder if he'll come to the UK then,if not it looks like it's going to be later ,after Aug . Anyone got any thoughts . Phil Simpson
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    No, we don't sell tickets. I'm guessing they will be handled by Ticketmaster.
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    Just curious will any tickets be available thru this site ? Thanks, Aaron
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