Ben Maiorana Entertainment proudly presents
Friday 19 October - Mandurah Performing Arts Centre
Saturday 20 October - Astor Theatre Perth
Starring Internationally Renowned Peter Byrne, this international production show is endorsed by music legend Neil Diamond.
Direct from a Sold Out National Tour we now have the pleasure in inviting you to come and relive the magic and the magical hits of superstar Neil Diamond in a two hour concert spectacular – back by popular demand!
Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame and Grammy Award Winner Neil Diamond is a phenomenon who gives truly special and personal shows that legions of fans return to see again and again. A style that transcends music fads by consistently touching people of all ages and interests. The personal and magical interaction Diamond has on stage with an audience is legendary, breaking all box office records wherever he performs.
This is your opportunity to experience that same spontaneous display of energy and sensuality with the superb talents of Internationally Renowned Peter Byrne and his Award Winning International Production Forever Diamond, a show performing Neil Diamond’s greatest hits spanning over three decades, in an uncanny portrayal that has to be seen to be believed.
Come and hear all the great hits such as – Sweet Caroline, Song Sung Blue, I am I Said, Cherry Cherry, Beautiful Noise, Cracklin Rosie, Crunchy Cranola Suite, Holly Holy, Solitary Man & many, many more.
Peter Byrne’s capacity to recreate Neil Diamond to a standard which impressed Diamond’s pianist on his last Australian tour says it all. Tom Hensley gave Peter a resounding nod of approval after seeing his Diamond tribute.
Irishman Byrne’s singing voice is eerie in its likeness to the megastar and providing the impetus for Byrne’s performance is a relentless pursuit to raise his Diamond act to a level that the man himself would endorse.
“It remains to be seen if Byrne, once reaches perfection strives to out-do his idol, however, the day I see a better Diamond, will be the day the man himself appears on stage… “(Adrian Revere…The Mercury)