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Hello Again - The Story of Neil Diamond - Celebrating 50 Years of a Legend
Find the best Hello Again - The Story of Neil Diamond - Celebrating 50 Years of a Legend concert tickets at Exeter Corn Exchange, Exeter. The aim was to create a show to truly celebrate the genius of legendary singer/ songwriter Neil Diamond. With one of the finest voices on the planet, Superstar stage presence and fabulous guitar playing prowess, there was much work to do Enter Brooklyn Creed, the star of our show, with a voice so similar to Neil Diamond, people usually comment when hearing his voice on record "....but surely, that IS Neil Diamond.."
Performers Brooklyn Creed, Juanita Diaz, Dee Diaz, Darren Juniper, Dave Jenkins, Michael Bazzoni, Brooklyn Horns, Ascending Strings.
 

Hello Again - The Story of Neil Diamond - Celebrating 50 Years of a Legend

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Saturday, 25th July 2020.
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Exeter Corn Exchange

Exeter Corn Exchange
Also: St George's Hall
George Street
Exeter
Devon
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