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Neil Diamond Tribute Show featuring Mark Taipari

Neil Diamond Tribute Show featuring Mark Taipari

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When:

  • Sun 25 Jun, 3:00pm

Where:

Huapai Tavern, 301 SH16, Huapai Show map

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

Website:

Huapai Tavern

Introducing "Solitary Man" The Neil Diamond Tribute Show by Mark Taipari.
  
Mark has been in the Music Business as a Professional for over thirty years, to most people, they would say who is this old man, but he's not, he started performing at gigs and bars well before he was legally even able to have a drink at work.

Mark is a singer-guitarist but he also play's a few other instruments harmonic, bass, strong acoustic guitar, rhythm and solos and he uses guitar looping create rhythmic tunes, guitar on its own with vocals and strong backing tracks which he uses mainly for dance functions.

Mark is renowned for bringing a place alive at functions and clubs, and his portrayal of Neil Diamond is extremely professional, entertaining and very authentic.

The show begins with a build up opening song (instrumental) and the opening part of the show is very much based on his Hot August Night concert at the Greek Theatre, Mark comes on the Stage to a high energy rendition of Crunchy Granola Suite.

And the momentum of the show is kept going by Strong versions of Cracklin Rosie, Cherry Cherry, I'm a Believer, until brought down to a softer feel with wonderful songs like Sept Morn, I am I Said, Hello Again and then rebuilt again with strong songs like Coming to America, Holy Holly, Desiree, Forever in Blue Jeans, Sweet Caroline and endless hits, the show is a Tribute to one of the greatest songwriters and singer-performers ever. And his songs make people want to get up and dance and sing.

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