Neil Diamond to tour the world
Believe it or not, Neil Diamond has just announced a bunch of tour dates all over the globe. Despite his age, the music icon still has the strength and energy to make the crowd go wild, which is why you should form part of his 50 Year Anniversary world tour! That's right, if you want to sing along to Diamond’s greatest hits, make sure you buy your tickets at StubHub as soon as possible. Here at StubHub, you can also sell any spare Neil Diamond tickets, so that other fans don’t miss out on one of the greatest musicians of all time.
Neil Diamond greatest hits
Although Neil Diamond is already in his seventies, he’s still on the go giving concerts all over the world and writing new songs that will definitely go down in history. Neil Diamond can lay claim to everlasting songs such as “I’m a Believer”, “Red Red Wine”, “Sunday and Me”, "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" and “Kentucky Woman”, which have been covered by many famous artists like Barbra Streisand, The Monkees and Jay and the Americans.
The legendary artist can boast of releasing over thirty studio albums and selling over 125 million copies worldwide, becoming one of the world’s best-selling musicians of all time. Due to Diamond’s achievements and to his contribution to the music industry, he was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame and into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Don’t waste a second more and get hold of your Neil Diamond tickets today at StubHub! Join the crowd and get to listen to the live setlist Neil Diamond has prepared for you, which will no doubt include “Desiree”, “Sweet Caroline” and “Girl, You’ll be a Woman Soon”. You’re only a few clicks away!
Neil Diamond background
It all started when Neil Diamond was studying at university and was offered a job to write songs. Neil accepted without knowing that he would eventually become one of the most successful songwriters in history. Despite the fact that Neil Diamond had intended to record these songs himself, other singers covered and released them first, and you may be surprised to find that even hard-rock band Deep Purple took a crack at interpreting the song “Kentucky Woman”.
Diamond then signed with record label Bang Records, in which he released “Solitary Man”, the track which gave him his first chart entry as a recording artist. A modest man, Diamond’s first concerts saw him introduced as a special guest, from Herman’s Hermits to, on one rare occasion, the Who! Ever ambitious, with a desire to record more introspective music, Diamond sought to sign with a new label prematurely. Due to a loophole in his contract, Diamond eventually won a series of lawsuits that were filed against him, securing ownership of his Bang-era recordings almost a decade later! Taking control of his music career, Neil Diamond's unparalleled career has spun for over 50 years, this way leaving a lasting mark on American culture. You never know when the American singer-songwriter will be touring again, so buy your Neil Diamond concert tickets right here, at StubHub.