Neil Diamond's coming to America -- Cleveland, specifically


Neil Diamond -- the immortally schmaltzy icon and songwriting genius behind hits like "Sweet Caroline," "I'm a Believer," and "Comin' to America" -- is coming to the Q Sunday, August 3. He'll be promoting his new album, Home Before Dark, his second with producer Rick Rubin, who rejuvenated Johnny Cash's recording career, stood by the Dixie Chicks when country forsook them, and helped the Beastie Boys fight for their right to party. The show kicks off at 8 p.m. Tickets are $55, $85, and $120. They go on sale Monday, May 5 via Ticketmaster. -- D.X. Ferris


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