Neil Diamond Sings “Sweet Caroline” At Red Sox Game


Red Sox fans got a special treat during Saturday’s game at Fenway Park – a surprise appearance from Neil Diamond.

Diamond, who has retired from touring and rarely performs in public, led the crowd in singing “Sweet Caroline”. The Sox famously play “Sweet Caroline” at every home game but Diamond himself hasn’t been on hand since 2013.

He was joined by actor Will Swenson, who stars in the new Broadway show A Beautiful Noise: The Neil Diamond Musical.

 

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