West Australian musicians to pay tribute to Neil Diamond
With recent news of the great Neil Diamond announcing his retirement from touring due to parkinson disease, local Perth musicians led by Brenton Fosdike have taken it upon themselves to pay tribute to the legend.
A seven piece band, complete with backing singers, will perform all the great classics at an open air concert to be held at the Railway Hotel in Tydeman road North Fremantle on Saturday 24th go March 2018.
Fosdike, who has sought permission from Neil Diamond to replicate the show said, “There is no other way to experience this great music now, we have to keep it alive.”
Railway hotel venue one, Andrew Kemp said, “The recently refurbished outdoor gardens are a perfect environment for this concert. We are expecting a large crowd and have ordered in extra production to make are this is a night you won’t forget.”
DIAMOND ‘Under The Starts’ show time starts at 8:30pm, doors open 7pm.
Ticket price $25 available at the gate or whatson.com.au
DIAMOND UNDER THE STARS
The Neil Diamond Tribute Show
The Railway Hotel,
Saturday Night 24th March