Neil Diamond Tribute Band

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“Excellent show. You have a beautiful voice and you sound so much like my son. You even look like him!”
—Rose Diamond (Neil’s mom, 98 years young!) 

“It blows us away how much you sound like Neil. Amazing”
                                           — two guys from Neil Diamond’s horn section @ JAX Bar & Grill in Glendale

“OMG! You were FANTASTIC! It was like the real Neil Diamond sang at our wedding! Everyone LOVED it!”
                                                                                               –Dave & Anne-Marie, Los Angeles wedding      

“Your Neil Diamond tribute is the best I’ve ever seen. I LOVE the show”    
                              –Andy Singer, frontman for BLASPHEMOUS RUMOURS, Depeche Mode Tribute Band 

“I’ve been booking top-tier entertainers for over 40 years at my various nightclubs, some of the biggest names in the business.  This is the BEST I’ve ever seen! Incredible talent!”
                                                      –Tom Monteleone, owner of Barone’s, Monteleone’s West and others

For many, the songs of Neil Diamond are like the soundtrack of their lives, and NO ONE sings Neil better! No one!
He has the same rich, deep tone that captures the dramatic phrasing in the smoother, introspective passages, the authoritative bark and grit in the more passionate, rocking stages, and he interprets and delivers the lyrics with the same drive and the same yearning…the “feel of Neil”!  

He plays the same type and style of acoustic guitar that identifies each of Neil’s songs so well. AND He looks great in a sequined shirt or jacket! He has a look more reminiscent of Neil Diamond in the late 60’s-early 70’s with the slightly darker, fuller hair style. And he sounds more like the original recordings that we all remember so well from radio and recordings, but he adds a few flourishes and vocal nuances from Neil’s live shows. And the band plays all the key riffs and has all the full dynamics and energy of a much larger band!  
He gets everyone singing along, clapping, laughing, dancing and having fun! It’s a fun trip down “memory road”!
A partial song list includes:
Solitary Man
Holly Holy
Sweet Caroline
I Am I Said
Cherry Cherry
Play Me
Kentucky Woman
Brother Love’s Traveling Salvation Show
September Morn
Love On The Rocks
Hello Again Hello
You Don’t Bring Me Flowers
I’m A Believer
You Got To Me
Thank The Lord For The Night Time
Song Sung Blue
Cracklin Rose
Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon
…and more!