The video below captures a moment, a performance that transports the viewer back to a bygone era. It's a time of innocence, bell-bottom jeans, and tie-dye shirts. A time when Neil Diamond was just starting to make a name for himself as a singer-songwriter. The year is 1966, and America is amidst a cultural revolution.
If you were singing along with the radio in the 1970s, you certainly know the lyrics to the hit song 'You Don't Bring Me Flowers.' But you may not know that the song has an exciting story as well as a great melody! Before December 2, 1978, when Neil Diamond & Barbra Streisand's 'You Don't
Neil Diamond, American singer-songwriter who began his career writing pop songs for other musicians and then launched a recording career that spanned more than five decades. His best-known songs included Sweet Caroline (1969) and Cracklin’ Rosie (1970). Learn more about Diamond’s life and career.
In January 2018, Neil Diamond announced that he was retiring from touring after being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. However, his inability to tour isn't stopping Diamond from continuing to embrace the other aspects of his music career that he seems to love so much.
Unless you're his biggest fan of course.
He blessed the world stage in the mid-1960s, the eternal performer that is Neil Diamond. The intense young singer-songwriter quickly made his mark with success after success. His hits are legendary, with classics like the incredible, “Sweet Caroline” and the inspirational “Jonathan Livingstone Seagull.” He even wrote the hugely successful hit, “I’m a Believer,” for the
🎤 Neil Diamond - Sweet Caroline ▶️ Click to play and enjoy it!
Neil Diamond's shocking diagnosis came as a surprise even to longtime members of his traveling band
A Q&A with the performer, who will return to Brooklyn for a one-night-only show
U.S. singer-songwriter Neil Diamond, the voice behind classic tunes like 'Sweet Caroline' and 'Cracklin´ Rosie', has sold his entire song catalogue to the publishing arm of Universal Music Group.