Fresh off a homecoming concert in an old high school auditorium in Brooklyn, Neil Diamond has made his new album available to stream online.
Neil Diamond played some of his biggest hits, and some new songs, in the auditorium of Erasmus High School in Brooklyn, the high school he attended in the ’50s.
‘Melody Road’ will mark Diamond’s first album of new material since 2008 release ‘Home Before Dark.’
Neil Diamond’s Capitol Records debut will arrive next month.
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This is awesome, and yes, it’s really Neil Diamond!
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