Neil Diamond - The Thank You Australia Concert Trailer

Neil Diamond - The Thank You Australia Concert Trailer (2008)

01 July 2008 Music 111 mins

In 1976, Neil Diamond ended his monumental tour of Australia and New Zealand by playing to 38,000 fans in Sydney, a record number for a pop concert at the time. Originally broadcast as a television special, Neil Diamond - The Thank You Australia Concert: Live 1976 captures that historical night, preserving a consummate performer at his most muscular. Striding the stage in yellow shirt and leather pants, Diamond is a master showman, playing to the rafters while somehow making the massive venue into an intimate club show. The singer spends almost as much time chatting with the crowd as he does playing music, including an extended run through of all the places from around the country and around the world the concertgoers have traveled from.

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Cast

Niel Diamond

as Himself

International Releases Dates

Australia 01 July 2008

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