Neil Diamond’s 1969 hit “Sweet Caroline” is seeing an unexpected surge in sales after a surprise performance by the legendary singer-songwriter at a Boston Red Sox game on Saturday (April 20).
Neil Diamond made a surprise appearance at Fenway Park Saturday afternoon. Diamond flew into town on his own and asked the Red Sox if he could sing “Sweet Caroline” as a live performance
Will the Cardinals follow suit?
Photos: Neil Diamondview gallery The legendary [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Neil Diamond[/lastfm] started his career while taking pre-med classes at NYU when he took a job writing songs for $50 a week at the Brill Building. He first found […]
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