Yankees fans put aside their rivalry with the Red Sox to pay a touching tribute to the city of Boston after the tragic events this week. Watch Yankee Stadium erupt in a heartwarming singalong to Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline” in honor of Boston.
This morning we spoke with songwriter/producer Jeff Barry, who wrote many of the biggest hits of the ’60s. Take a look back at his amazing career as the man behind some of your favorite hits!
It was a “Hot August Night” back in 1972 that Neil Diamond’s most famous album was recorded at The Greek Theater. Now, 40 years later the heat and the magic of Neil Diamond have returned to that stage.
Neil Diamond received the 2,475th Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the Category of RECORDING in front of the Capitol Records building in Hollywood today, August 10th.
Forty-years ago, Neil Diamond took the stage at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles and became a legend. Now he’s re-releasing Hot August Night, the album that came from his 10-night run at the venue. In honor of the milestone he’s even added a few extra songs.
As we prepare for the 4th of July, let’s go beyond “God Bless the U.S.A.” and “America the Beautiful” to examine a few classic tracks that celebrate and capture the essence of our complicated nation.
Over the weekend, Neil Diamond and his manager Katie McNeil said their “I do’s” in a wedding ceremony in Los Angeles. The only thing raising eyebrows among fans with news of their nuptials is the […]
Today, the great [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Neil Diamond[/lastfm] is celebrating his 71st birthday, and since he’s given the world so many great hits over the decades, we thought we’d pay tribute to the very best from this singer/songwriter! […]
All weekend we’re going back to the 70s with our 70s Sampler Weekend! We’ll be featuring Double Plays of the Greatest Hits on Earth from the 70s all weekend long! Put on your bell bottoms […]
In the summer of 1971, George Harrison and Ravi Shankar organized the Concert for Bangla Desh to benefit refugees in the newly-independent country of Bangla Desh (formerly East Pakistan), which was ravaged by war and […]