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Neil Diamond has been wowing audiences since the 1950’s, with such hits as ‘Cherry, Cherry’, ‘Solitary Man’, ‘Kentucky Woman’, ‘Sweet Caroline’ and scores more. His appeal crosses generations, and his most recent tour has been selling tickets like wildfire. Don’t wait, get your tickets now to see Neil Diamond live in 2008!
Neil Leslie Diamond was born on January 24th, 1941. He received his first guitar at the age of 16, which gave him the opportunity to further explore his love of music. Early on in his endeavors, it was noticed that Neil was following the path of other singers instead of blazing his own trail. He made a couple of attempts at recording for record labels to no avail. Neil landed his first job as a songwriter for Sunbeam Music, where he gained the knowledge and experience that would help him be successful throughout his career.
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It wasn't long before Neil was getting recognition in the music industry. He had a new approach to writing that was working for him. One of his first successful hits, 'Cherry Cherry' landed in the top ten on the Billboard charts and became a huge radio hit. Neil got another big break when the manager of the Monkees heard a song Neil was going to record for his next album. Neil agreed to let the Monkees record 'I'm A Believer' and it parked itself at the top of the Billboard charts for the next seven weeks.
In 1966, Neil founded his own production company and headed off on his first national tour the following year with Dick Clark's group. He got a lot of notoriety from the tour and gained a lot of experience. However, his greatest accomplishment was found in the two songs he had written while on the road, which were titled 'Kentucky Woman' and 'Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon'. Once released these songs propelled Neil Diamond's status. After a dispute over the song 'Shilo', he was forced to change labels. The song was eventually released and has become a favorite of fans worldwide. It reached the top 20's on the Billboard charts and is still a favorite of fans today.Read the full Neil Diamond Article