Event is Nov 20th through Dec 4th
To celebrate Neil Diamond’s new studio album Neil Diamond With The London Symphony Orchestra, Classic Diamonds, Capitol Records has launched a special Sweet Caroline Global Sing-A-Long where people from all around the world, including fans, celebrities and influencers alike will be able to upload videos of themselves singing along to Neil’s world famous classic song.
The sing-a-long will run for a two week period, starting November 20th and ending on December 4th, with the results of the sing-a-long ready for viewing on December 11th, when a video compilation of highlights will be posted live.
In conjunction with the sing-a-long, a “Sweet Caroline” Tik Tok campaign that uses the original version of the hit song has been launched and will run for a week and a half, with contributions coming from some of the most influential Tik Tok creators from the UK, U.S. Germany and Australia.
Diamond’s new 14 classic song collection Neil Diamond With The London Symphony Orchestra, Classic Diamonds will be released on November 20th and features new vocals from Diamond paired with a new interpretation of his most celebrated chart-topping hits, performed by The London Symphony Orchestra. Recorded at both the world famous Abbey Road Studios in London and Neil Diamond’s studio in Los Angeles, the album was produced by Grammy-winning producer/arranger Walter Afanasieff and co-arranged by Afanasieff and Grammy winning conductor/arranger William Ross, who also conducted The London Symphony Orchestra for the recording.
Neil Diamond’s towering artistic achievements have carried him far, from Brooklyn Roads, to Glory Road, to Melody Road and now to Abbey Road. As a wordsmith and melodist, he is second to none and his music has touched generations in ways that are deeply personal, yet universally understood. These are songs of their time…and for all time. They are Classic Diamonds.
Author: Buddy Iahn
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