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Second London date now added! Thursday 16th July 2015 - BUY TICKETS
We can all agree that the term legend is used a lot in the music industry these days, but saying that, I also think most will agree that Neil Diamond is one of a handful of artists who deserve to be coined under that term. Throughout his music career, Neil Diamond has sold over a massive 125 million records and has also been charted as the third most successful adult contemporary artist, only placing after Barbra Streisand and Elton John. Put all these achievements together and I think we can confirm my first statement.
Since departing on his musical journey at the beginning of the 1960’s, Diamond has released a massive discography of singles, live albums and studio work, with 32 studio albums taking up the majority of his listed works. His most popular album ‘The Jazz Singer’ that was released in the second decade of his career picked up 5 platinum certifications that contribute to a huge number of other gold and platinum standard long players, not to mention his 10 number 1 singles.
‘Melody Road’, the brand new album from Neil Diamond is the 32nd he has released, and this is already being hailed as “one of the very finest in his singular body of work”. Co-produced by Jacknife Lee and Don Was (who have worked with the likes of U2 and The Rolling Stones in the past), Melody Road is a 12-track album filled completely with brand new solo material, finished off with a pull out book awash with lyrics and guitar chords for budding Neil Diamond fans to learn, sing and play.
As we’d all hoped, the new album will come with a worldwide tour that will begin at the start of the new year, with the first running of shows taking place in the US, at a number of iconic American venues and arenas. These include Denver’s Pepsi Center, Washington DC’s Verizon Center and The Hollywood Bowl in LA. After these cross Atlantic dates, the UK will play host to Neil Diamond at a handful of cities that include Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham and London, where he will host the O2 Arena. Tickets will be in high demand for all his UK shows as there are only a limited number, so do not wait around if you want to catch this guy in action.
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