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Musician Neil Diamond has been delighting music-lovers around the world for nearly 50 years.
He first started performing in 1966 and has written international hits such as "Cherry, Cherry", "Girl You'll be a Woman Soon" and "
With more than 140 million albums sold worldwide, Billboard magazine has ranked Diamond as the third most successful adult contemporary artist of all time – ranking only behind Barbra Streisand and Elton John.
He's been nominated for 12 Grammy's in his career and was included in the songwriters hall of fame in 1984.
Born in Brooklyn New York, Diamond has often been referred to as the "Jewish Elvis," and is known for wearing loud sequined shirts during concerts. Before deciding to become a musician he studied medicine in college.
Next month Diamond will release his latest album entitled "Dreams" which is a compilation of interpretations of his favorite songs by other rock artists.
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