Starting with one of the most famous American singer-songwriters, musician and actor, Neil Diamond, born 24th January 1941. He celebrated thirty-eight songs all entering the top ten of the Billboard Adult Contemporary Charts. A few of his most well-known hits include, “Cracklin Rosie”, “You Don’t Bring Me Flowers”, “Song Sung Blue”, “Yesterdays Songs” and “If You Know What I Mean”.
“Shine bright like a Diamond” sung by Rihanna, a Barbadian recording artist whose career started when she met record producer Evan Rogers in 2003. From the album “Unapologetic”, this was the lead single and this song was released on 27th of September 2012. “Diamonds” topped the charts in America and over twenty other Countries.
“Hi Ho Silver” the theme song from “Boon” reached number five in the charts for Scottish singer-songwriter James Diamond in 1986. Born on the 28th September 1951 he was best known for his three top five hits. Hisnumber one solo performance with “I should have known better”, then lead singer with Ph.D and “I Won’t let you down” and then “Hi Ho Silver”. Tragically he died on the eighth of October 2015 aged only sixty-four.
“Diamond Ring” by Sheryl Crow takes the lyrics of a song and turns them into a story of a young woman asking for a Diamond ring from her boyfriend and how that led to them falling out. What woman wouldn’t want her fiancée to propose with a stunning, unique Diamond Engagement Ring? Don’t loose the love of your life, look for the perfect ring with which to propose at websites like https://www.comparethediamond.com/ do it right and find the symbol of your love to give your partner to cherish for the rest of your lives together.
The Former child actor best known for his role as “Screech” on the Disney Channels “Good Morning Miss Bliss” is Dustin Diamond,this show was later cancelled and became the teen sitcom “Saved by the bell”. Born on the seventh of January 1977 he also starred in the series spinoffs, Saved by the Bell, the College Years and “The New Class” which ran for seven seasons. Entering the world of acting as a child, he made appearances in “Purple People Eaters” and the zany teen movie “She’s Out of Control”.
The title track to the smash hit “Goldfinger” sung by Shirly Bassey was “Diamonds are Forever”, released in 1971. The original idea for the lyrics came from the tagline used by the De Beers mining company, “A Diamond is Forever” to market their Diamonds. It was such a huge success that Shirlywas invited to sing the lyrics to the following James Bond movie “Moonraker”. The fourth film in the series starring Roger Moore.