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DIAMOND… The Legacy Concert Starring Jay White
February 16 @ 8:00 pm
Doors open one hour prior to showtime
TICKETS ON SALE: Friday, October 20 at 10 AM
Tickets: $75, $60, $45, $35
(additional fees may apply)
The World’s Most Authentic Neil Diamond Concert Celebration
Visually spectacular and warmly familiar, this powerful concert experience is not only a feast for the eyes and ears, but for the heart. Combining the passion of Broadway with the power of a live concert, we rediscover his charismatic presence in this uplifting production, complete with a finale of heart-pounding patriotic pride. Headlining the Las Vegas Strip in over 2000 shows since 2002, this Legacy Concert has been the only Neil Diamond tribute show to feature several of Diamond’s musicians, including 45 year band member, King Errisson. And Jay White is the only Diamond performer to have met Neil twice, receiving both his written and verbal approval, where on Diamond’s DVD “Stages”, Neil personally told Jay to: “Keep up the good work.”
With a touch of class and a dash of Rock’n’Roll, his authentic look and vocals have captivated audiences around the world, with some 4000 additional PAC, symphony and Amphitheater shows across the U.S. and Canada. Jay White was also selected by Hollywood Director Ron Howard, to portray Neil Diamond in the Academy Award Nominated film, Frost/Nixon. He’s appeared with Jay Leno and Kenny Rogers, and on Entertainment Tonight where Leeza Gibbons called him: “uncanny and truly amazing”. Thanks to Diamond’s dozens of top 40 hits, record setting SRO concerts, Music Awards, and his Rock”n”Roll Hall of Fame status, Jay White continues the musical legacy with his Outstanding Concert Performance Award and for the several generations of loyal fans worldwide.
“There’s more to a tribute than simply the look and the voice. With a charismatic persona, some humor and some audience participation, an entertainer must be able to create an exhilarating, emotional experience that leaves the audience standing and cheering for more!”