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Sing all night like Diamond

Singer Johnny Dee will give us a Neil Diamond tribute like no other over five performances next week.

The multi award winning tribute act is rated as one of the top Neil Diamond tributes around. Dee’s outstanding vocals are as like those of Diamond’s that you will think that the man himself is on the island.

Dee’s great sound coupled with his laidback sense of humour will ensure that each one of his five shows will have audience members singing over five decades of Diamond’s most popular hits. Dee is so professional that he can keep a crowd entertained all by himself – with the help of high quality backing tracks – or he can sing to live music. Either way, his sparkly stage gear, his excellent voice and his ability to get the whole room involved make Dee a tribute act that just has to be seen.

Get ready to sing along to America, September Morn, Love on the Rocks, Forever in Blue Jeans, I Am… I Said, Hello Again, Play Me, Solitary Man, Red Red Wine, Something Blue, Cracklin’ Rosie, Sweet Caroline and many many more.

Johnny Dee
Neil Diamond tribute. March 6. King Solomon Restaurant, Coral Bay, Paphos. 8.30pm. €25 including 3 course hot buffet. Tel: 96-818066
March 6. King Solomon Restaurant, Coral Bay, Paphos. 8.30pm. €25 including 3 course hot buffet. Tel: 96-818066
March 8. Vasilikon Winery, Kathikas, Paphos. 8.30pm. €26 including a meat and cheese platter and wine. Tel: 96-818066
March 9. Skyy Bar, Episkopi, Limassol.
8.30pm. €25 including 3 course hot buffet. Tel: 96-818066
March 10. Platea Tavern, Pissouri Square, Paphos. 8.30pm. €14 with A la carte menu. Tel: 96-818066

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