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  1. The comments at the link of the original article are a hoot. It's totally worth the click. One of my favorites: Neil Diamond vs. Barry Manilow arguments = weird. Neil Diamond vs. Barry Manilow knife fights=totally reasonable.
  2. Neil Diamond has added five additional stops to his upcoming North American tour which kicks off at the end of this month in support of his latest studio album "Melody Road." Diamond will be launching the winter and spring tour on February 27th in Allentown, PA at the PPL Center and concluding on May 31st in Denver, CO at the Pepsi Center. The newly announced dates will be taking place in Uncasville, CT on March 28th, Buffalo, NY on March 31st, Kansas City, MO on April 26th, Las Vegas, NV on May 17th and in Los Angeles on May 23rd. North American Tour: 2/27 - Allentown, PA, PPL Center 3/1 - Allentown, PA, PPL Center 3/4 - London, ON, Canada, Budweiser Gardens 3/7 - Ottawa, ON, Canada, Canadian Tire Centre 3/10 - Providence, RI, Dunkin Donuts Center 3/13 - Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun Arena 3/15 - Philadelphia, PA, Wells Fargo Center 3/18 - Columbus, OH, Schottenstein Center 3/20 - Detroit, MI, The Palace of Auburn Hills 3/23 - Boston, MA, TD Garden 3/26 - Brooklyn, NY, Barclays Center 3/28 - Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun Arena 3/31 - Buffalo, NY, First Niagara Center 4/2 - Toronto, ON, Canada, Air Canada Centre 4/4 - Washington DC, Verizon Center 4/7 - Pittsburgh, PA, CONSOL Energy Center 4/9 - Milwaukee, WI, BMO Harris Bradley Center 4/12 - St Paul, MN, Xcel Energy Center 4/14 - Chicago, IL, United Center 4/17 - Indianapolis, IN, Bankers Life Fieldhouse 4/19 - Austin, TX, Frank Erwin Center 4/23 - Mexico City, Mexico, Sports Palace 4/26 - Kansas City, MO, Sprint Center 4/30 - Saskatoon, SK, Canada, Credit Union Centre 5/2 - Calgary, AB, Canada, Scotiabank Saddledome 5/5 - Edmonton, AB, Canada, Rexall Place 5/7 - Vancouver, BC, Canada, Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena 5/10 - Seattle, WA, KeyArena 5/12 - San Jose, CA, SAP Center at San Jose 5/15 - San Diego, CA, Valley View Casino Center *5/17 - Las Vegas, NV, Mandalay Bay Events Center 5/19 - Los Angeles, CA, Hollywood Bowl *5/23 - Los Angeles, CA, Hollywood Bowl 5/26 - Houston, TX, Toyota Center 5/28 - Dallas, TX, American Airlines Center 5/31 - Denver, CO, Pepsi Center Link: http://www.antimusic.com/news/15/February/11Neil_Diamond_Expands_North_American_Tour.shtml Woo Hoo! I hope this allows more Sweet Caroline fans easier access to Neil's concerts.
  3. Here's a review of our guy's concert last night.. http://www.ottawasun.com/2015/03/07/they-are-believers-those-diamond-fans
  4. Thanks to Ginny G for the article. It sounds like Neil has some interesting things planned for us on this upcoming tour.
  5. I can't believe our guy is 74. Of course, I can't believe I'm XX, either.
  6. (I would love to have to seen this one!) By Ray Kelly | rkelly@repub.com Follow on Twitter January 20, 2015 at 5:00 AM A pre- "Sweet Caroline" Neil Diamond was the main attraction at American International College's Winter Carnival back in 1968. Diamond topped the bill at the 32nd annual AIC event, which was held at Springfield Municipal Auditorium. Tickets were priced between $2 and $3.50. (By comparison, tickets for Diamond's upcoming show at the Mohegan Sun Casino are $75 and $95). The 27-year-old singer-songwriter was joined by Motown's Junior Walker and the All Stars and King Curtis and the Kingpins, who had opened for The Beatles at Shea Stadium in 1965. In early 1968, Diamond was just wrapping up his stint at Bang Records, where he had recorded such hits as "Solitary Man," "Cherry Cherry" and "Kentucky Woman." A year after the AIC Winter Carnival, Diamond would achieve platinum-selling success with the Top 10 singles "Sweet Caroline" and "Holly Holy." The previous incarnation of Symphony Hall could accommodate 3,200 people, but the college-sponsored gig drew a little more than 650 people. Despite the modest crowd, the three acts "kept the hall jumping to the hard driving rhythms of present-day popular music," according to a critic from The Springfield Union. Diamond returned to the City of Homes on Oct. 18, 1976 to perform at the Springfield Civic Center at a fund-raiser for U.S. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy. Link: http://www.masslive.com/entertainment/index.ssf/2015/01/forgotten_concerts_neil_diamon.html
  7. http://ktla.com/2014/11/05/neil-diamond-reveals-how-he-wooed-his-wife/ Well, I don't think this is how he wooed her. It's how he proposed to her.
  8. Neil has recorded numerous albums. Do you have a favorite one? Is there one that you keep going back to even after new music is released?
  9. What the heck kind of name is that for an album? It' was Neil's third album that had some great songs and some great photos in it. Post 'em if you have 'em.
  10. This is one of the best interviews I've read with Neil. I've only snipped 4 paragraphs, so go to the link to read rest.
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