Neil Diamond Saskatoon Tickets

Wowing audiences since the 1960s, Neil Diamond is not a name unknown in pop music. The artist scored his first number one track with the single, CrackinRosie. He hit the top of the music charts again two years later with the release of Song Sung Blue. His 1972 album "Hot August Night", recorded at a number of concerts he performed at in Los Angeles theatre, earned him a lot of critical acclaim and became a breakthrough in his career. The singer also produced the soundtrack of the 1973 film, "Jonathan Livingstone Seagull".  Even though the movie was not a success, the soundtrack earned him a Grammy Award. His single, You Don't Bring Me Flowers also earned him a spot on the charts. In 1989, Diamond tried his luck on the big screen with the remake of "The Jazz Singer". Although his work was once again not really appreciated by the critics, the film's soundtrack featured hits likes, America and Love on the Rocks and the album sold over 5 million copies all across the world. 

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Now in his 70s, Diamond is still ready to set the arena ablaze with his tunes. These days he has got the critics and fans raving about his latest album, "Melody Road". To promote the album, the artist will be making a stop in various locations all over the world, including Saskatoon. So if you're in the city and want to see him perform his latest tunes such as Alone At The Ball and Something New in front of you, book your Neil Diamond Saskatoon tickets now.