More Information about Neil Diamond
Singer and songwriter Neil Diamond is planning a new tour in 2017. He recently announced dates for the 50 Year Anniversary World Tour. It will start in Fresno, California on April 7 and will include dates across the United States and Canada. Diamond will perform two concerts at Madison Square Garden in New York City and two concerts at The Forum in Los Angeles. The North American leg of the tour will be followed by shows in the United Kingdom and Europe.
Diamond is driven to continue working and performing even after such a long career. He goes on tour every two or three years. Diamond plans to perform songs from throughout his long career, including famous hits and others that he has not played much, on the upcoming tour.
Recent Christmas Album
Diamond recently released an LP called Acoustic Christmas. It is his fourth Christmas album. The project started a year and a half ago when he and a group of musicians had just finished up another album. They had some free time, and Diamond asked them to play a song he had written called “Christmas Prayers.” He performed a medley of songs from the album at the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting ceremony.
Hit Albums and Awards throughout a Long Career
Diamond is one of the best-selling artists in the world of all time. He has sold over 125 million albums worldwide and has won multiple Grammys, as well as a Golden Globe. Diamond is the second-most-successful adult contemporary artist in the history of the Billboard charts. He has had 11 Number One singles on the Hot 100 and Adult Contemporary charts.
Diamond was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1984 and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2011. He received a lifetime achievement award from the Kennedy Center in 2011.
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