Neil Diamond Tribute Super Diamond at House of Blues
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The last date listed for Super Diamond was Friday January 24, 2014 / 9:00pm.
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From the city's beginning, Chicago has always taken something good and made it great. It transformed pizza into deep-dish. The humble hot dog became the Maxwell Street Polish. Now, a local band has taken Metallica and turned it into Blackened, the "Ultimate Metallica tribute." Blackened is all the music and mayhem of Metallica ramped up to 11. Lights, pyro foggers, lasers, confetti cannons, T-shirt launchers, balloon drops, giveaways, a fire breather and a snow machine make for a concert experience like no other. Experience Metallica done Chicago-style as performers John Dent, Vince Ochwat, James Snedeker Jr. and Mike Streicher take the stage. Learn More
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Featured review from Goldstar Member
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Fantastic evening. Everything I expected and more. The opening band was excellent, very enjoyable . It was a little difficult to stand the whole time, but we got used to it. I would recommend this group to any Neil Diamond fan Wonderful!
Quotes & Highlights
- Watch <a target="_blank" href="http://superdiamond.com/super-diamond-videos.html">videos</a> of Super Diamond on the band's website.
- "Super Diamond is six guys in sequins and funny haircuts providing, with a wink or two (but no more), what they like to call 'The Alternative Neil Diamond Experience.' It's a great show, with all the required moves for a Neil Diamond tribute: a singalong 'Song Sung Blue,' an anthemic 'America,' a 'Sweet Caroline' crooned to a roomful of waving Miller Lites." --<a target="_blank" href="http://superdiamond.com/Song-Sung-Blue.html"><em>SF Weekly</em></a>
- "...most tribute bands languish in bar-band anonymity. But a handful, like Super Diamond, a Neil Diamond tribute band that tours nationally, have become enormously successful and have achieved pseudo-stardom in their own right." --<a target="_blank" href="http://superdiamond.com/Not-Quite-The-Real-Thing-but-Stars-Just-the-Same.html"><em>The New York Times</em></a>