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NEIL DIAMOND His Battle with Parkinson’s

THE LEGENDARY MUSICIAN BIDS FAREWELL TO THE STAGE AMID THE FIGHT OF HIS LIFE

On New Year’s Eve, Neil Diamond braved the subzero chill to lead a million Times Square revelers through “Sweet Caroline,” his rousing 1969 smash. Good times never seemed so good for the music icon—this past year he packed stadiums across the globe for his 50th Anniversary Tour, and 2018 looked just as bright. Dates in Australia were booked for the spring, and he was tapped to receive a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award for his half-century reign as a 130-million-record-selling singer, songwriter and entertainment

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