“What's the next best thing to seeing Neil Diamond in concert? Seeing a Neil Diamond tribute, Denny Diamond!”
“Take 1 Denny Diamond,
add 2 Family Jewels,
mix in 1 Precious Gem.
Stir gently + blend with 1 understanding wife/mom/manager.
Follow directions, there are no substitutions.
Enjoyed every time!”
“Denny got several standing ovations from everyone so....
thank you so much for bringing Denny back, we got there early, stayed for the entire show, and loved it!
He is an outstanding performer, and with the backing of Spenser and Lucas (Family Jewels) wow, he
rocked! We could have listened a few more hours!
So just a note to tell you THANKS for a great fest, having Denny back, and hoping to see more of Denny and the Family Jewels (how talented those kids are!) at Schaumburg festivites!
Thom & Sue Schlewitt”
“The Neil Diamond tribute artist's emulation for the most part, begins and ends with those distinct, raspy pipes, so just close your eyes and you'll swear you're hearing "Sweet Caroline" from the man himself...but tonight the public gets the "Solitary Man" all to themselves.”
The Nashville Rage
“In 2000, after appearing on Dick Clark's "Your Big Break" television show, his career path seemed cast”
Arlington Heights Post
“Denny's last performance at Metropolis was one of the hottest invitation-only events we've ever seen, but now is your chance to sing “Sweet Caroline” as loud as you can. One night only!"”
Northwest Chicago Convention Bureau
“What an amazing night. The sold out crowd at Metropolis had the time of their lives. You got them on their feet singing and dancing and they loved every minute of your show. We had patrons already asking when you'd be back to our theater. Thank you for such a great show.”
“Cab ride from downtown - $55.00 Cover charge - $5.00 each Cab ride back to downtown - $65.00 Seeing you in Chicago - priceless”
“Svehla's vocal impersonation — a dead-on mimic of Diamond's raspy pipes — is nothing to scoff at, and it's earned him high-profile gigs at the Frist Center, Cannery Row Revival fest, even a private party for Keith Urban.”
“Which Mr. Diamond is it - Denny or Neil? Singer, musician and Neil Diamond impersonator Denny Diamond presents an evening of Neil Diamond music, drawing from 300 Diamond songs such as "Song, Sung Blue," "Sweet Caroline" and "Cherry, Cherry.”
“So the resemblance between the two Diamonds begins and ends with the baritone voice.”
“Denny Diamond came on stage greeted with big applause. He plays in Nashville so often he even has his own band of Nashville musicians. The set was a good variety of songs including Neil Diamond favorites like “Coming to America” and “Sweet Caroline”
“Neil Diamond hasn't told us to stop yet. That's good...right??”
“Congratulations, Denny. A wonderful Father's Day indeed for your family and the 5000 others. That is a very impressive audience. Your are helping to keep the Neil's music "Live" out there. Regards, Alison Zanetos Assistant to ND”
“Denny Diamond and his sons, Luke and Spenser, always put on a terrific show and this was no exception.”
““Denny Svehla brings natural warmth to your heart and a new breath of life to Neil Diamond’s music. Denny as Neil Diamond sounds like Americana: Warm, comforting - just what you expect! Captivating! Energetic! Charismatic! A guaranteed crowd pleaser and a sold out show!” -