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Neil Diamond Sings for Sunrise, Your "Diamond a Day" Giveaway Station

HONOLULU (Hawaii News Now)- Music legend Neil Diamond hasn't performed in Hawaii since 1976, but he's headed to the Blaisdell for two concerts next week. We talked one on one with the singing superstar on Sunrise and asked him what took him so long, which hits are on his set list, and what he really thinks about fans singing along with him. Of course, we couldn't resist asking him to sing Sweet Caroline for us too and he didn't miss a beat. Watch our interview.

Sunrise is excited to give "A Diamond a Day" to viewers all next week leading up to Neil Diamond's concerts.  We have 5 sets of tickets to his show and a Hearts on Fire diamond necklace for one lucky viewer. To enter, text the phrase "Sunrise luv" to HNN808. We'll give out tickets all week long, and pick our jewelry winner too. Good luck!

 

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