Neil Diamond is renowned for his charismatic performances and reputation as one of his generations premier musicians. His career started off with the hit single "Cherry Cherry" in 1966 and he has yet to fail to delight his fans with fresh approaches to new music.
Neil also made it to the big screen in the starring role of "The Jazz Singer" (1980). He declined the role of "Lenny", which ended up going to Dustin Hoffman....
Neil Diamond Heading For First Number One Album Neil Diamond is on course to topple Madonna's Hard Candy and claim his first ever number one album in America after recording spectacular first day sales of his new release Home Before Dark. Read more!... Fri May 9, 2008, 3:30 am
Neil Diamond On Track For First No. 1 Album Reuters - Forty-one years after he first
appeared on the Billboard 200, Neil Diamond appears on course
to earn his first No. 1 album ever on next week's chart.
First-day sales of "Home Before Dark" lead the Nielsen
SoundScan Building chart releas... Thu May 8, 2008, 5:02 am
Elimination Brings "american Idol" To Final Four Reuters - "American Idol" fans sent contestant
Brooke White packing on Wednesday after her performance of two
Neil Diamond tunes, leaving four contenders to battle it out on
the hit talent show.... Thu May 1, 2008, 3:45 am
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