1. Neil Diamond told People that he always felt guilty about the failure of their marriage.
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6. Neil Diamond joined the rest of the performers onstage at the end in a rendition of Bob Dylan's "I Shall Be Released".
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11. Neil Diamond wrote wherever he could, including on buses, and used an upright piano above the Birdland Club in New York City.
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13. Neil Diamond was a member of the 1960 NCAA men's championship fencing team.
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14. Neil Diamond appeared on Saturday Night Live in 2002 with Will Ferrell, who did a popular impersonation of him as a songwriter with some dark secrets.
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19. Neil Diamond attained his early education at Erasmus Hall high school, during their time at Brooklyn.
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20. Neil Diamond passed Bob Dylan as the oldest artist to top the charts.
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26. Neil Diamond had another big hit with "You Don't Bring Me Flowers", which was his 1978 duet with Barbra Streisand.
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28. Neil Diamond had his first taste of pop success with the 1966 single "Solitary Man".
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35. In 1980 Neil Diamond starred in a remake of the Al Jolson film classic The Jazz Singer, opposite Sir Laurence Olivier.
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36. Neil Diamond was a good student, so after high school he enrolled in pre-medical studies at New York University.
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37. In 1967 Neil Diamond went on to release several more bestselling songs, including "Kentucky Woman" and "You Get to Me.
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38. Neil Diamond was a good student, and after high school he enrolled in pre-medical studies at New York University.
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39. Neil Diamond took to Twitter to announce the good news that he was tying the knot again and was engaged to Katie McNeil.
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55. In September 2014, Neil Diamond performed a surprise concert at his alma mater, Erasmus High School in Brooklyn.
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63. In 1973, Neil Diamond switched labels again, returning to Columbia Records for a million-dollar-advance-per-album contract.
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67. Neil Diamond began to feel restricted by Bang Records, because he wanted to record more ambitious, introspective music, like his autobiographical "Brooklyn Roads" from 1968.
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68. In 1966, Neil Diamond signed a deal with Bert Berns's Bang Records, then a subsidiary of Atlantic.
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71. Neil Diamond was born in Brooklyn, New York, to a Jewish family descended from Russian and Polish immigrants.
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