The Neil Diamond Tribute is bringing their high-octane performance to the Diamond Center on Saturday, Aug. 30. Reserved tickets start at $15 and go on sale to the general public May 31 at 10 a.m. Arizona time through Star Tickets. Tickets are also available at the casino Rewards Center, which offers a 10-percent discount to Diamond Rewards members.  Active, retired or veterans of the military who have the casino Tribute Card also receive 50 percent off a pair of tickets, offer only available at the Rewards Center.  Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m.

Super Diamond front man Randy Cordeiro astonishes audiences with his live interpretation of the “real Neil,” displaying an uncanny ability to capture not only Neil Diamond’s voice, but also his mannerisms and performance style. Randy formed Super Diamond with founding members Matt Tidmarsh (bass guitar), Rama Kolesnikow (keyboards), and his childhood friend James Terris (keyboards) and soon after attracted the stellar talents of Chris Collins (guitar) and Vince Littleton (drums).

With a dedication to performing a dazzling, rockin’ show and a reputation as one of the best live bands in the country, Super Diamond has been featured on CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, Comedy Central and interviewed for VH1’s Behind the Music-Neil Diamond Episode. In November 2008 Super Diamond was seen by millions when they were the musical guests on The Late Show with David Letterman.

Super Diamond’s dream came true when Neil Diamond joined them on stage for a surprise appearance at the House of Blues in Hollywood. The band was fortunate to be joined on stage by Neil Diamond a second time, at the premiere party for the movie “Saving Silverman” and has been delighted over the years to bring on stage current and former members of Neil Diamond’s touring band.

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