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The legendary bard who is responsible for such classic tracks as Sweet Caroline, Cherry Cherry and Girl You’ll Be A Woman Soon is returning to his UK fans in July.Initally announced dates received such great response that Neil Diamond has now extended his UK stint with an additional date in Birmingham (11 July) and a show in Leeds on 21 July.Everyone knows Neil Diamond songs, and the music legend has been writing them for more than five decades.Much like Van Morrison, for example, it's a true challenge to try to narrow down his "ten best" songs when there are so many to choose from.Diamond’s tour of the UK and Ireland will now come to an end with two huge shows at London’s The O2 arena on 14 and 16 July 2015.The Neil Diamond Tour 2015 will also visit Dublin, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham during summer 2015 and is set to be a celebration of his biggest hits and more recent releases.Perhaps you first heard the man listening with your parents when you were young, or maybe it was at a sporting event where one of his classics is often played.Either way, most of us stop and listen—and even sing along—when we hear one of his classics. So check out our list of the American icon's top songs and see if your favorites rank.
It's still sort of a goosebumps-inducing experience to listen to the lyrics today, considering it was originally written and recorded in 1967. "Sweet Caroline" Okay, some of you may demand this be higher, but it's right where it belongs.Playing huge arena dates as part of is 50th Anniversary tour, the legendary singer will perform all his greatest hits including Cherry, Cherry , Girl You’ll Be A Woman Soon and Sweet Caroline in Manchester, London, Birmingham, Leeds and Glasgow - as well as two dates in Ireland.Neil Diamond Blackpool concert Neil Diamond has announced a special outdoor concert at Blackpool’s Bloomfield Road Stadium as part of his 2015 tour of the UK and Ireland.The gig will take place on 23 July and will mark the end of his European tour.Neil Diamond is set to play arenas in Dublin, Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, London and Leeds throughout July.