Neil appears on “The Mike Douglas Show.”
Neil appears on TV show, “Live From The Bitter End,” hosted by Fred Weintraub. Other guests include Odetta and The Lovin’ Spoonful.
Bang releases Neil’s 2nd album, “Just For You.”
Neil appears on the television show “Mannix,” in a role as a nightclub singer.
Bang releases “Kentucky Woman,” and “The Time is Now.”
Neil appears, performing “Shilo” on the TV Special, “Poppendipidy,” hosted by Flip Wilson and Robbie Porter.
Cash Box Magazine names Neil #1 Singer for 1967—in a tie with Frank Sinatra.
Bang releases “New Orleans,” and “Hanky Panky.”
Neil is interviewed on “The Merv Griffin Show,” a syndicated talk show. During the interview, Neil demonstrates fencing techniques. Neil performs “Stranger In Paradise” and “Jenny Rebecca.”
Newsweek Magazine publishes feature article about Neil entitled, “Kid From Brooklyn.”
Neil signs recording deal with UNI Records.
Neil appears again on “The Merv Griffin Show,” performing “Softly As I Leave You,” and his soon-to-be-released single, “Brooklyn Roads.”
Neil appears on the syndicated talk show, “The Mike Douglas Show.”
Bang releases “Red Red Wine,” and “Red Rubber Ball.”
UNI releases “Brooklyn Roads,” and “Holiday Inn Blues.”
Neil is chairman of a “Musicians Against Drugs (M.A.D.)” concert at Philharmonic Hall in New York City.
Neil appears on “Showcase 68,” a summer replacement show shot in New Orleans, Louisiana, performing “Two-Bit Manchild” from the “Velvet Gloves and Spit” album.
UNI releases “Two-Bit Manchild,” and “Broad Old Woman (6a.m. Insanity).”
RCA Victor releases Neil’s “The Boy With The Green Eyes,” recorded by The Angels.
Bang releases “Neil Diamond’s Greatest Hits” album.
Bang releases “Shilo,” and “La Bamba.”
Neil appears on “The Joey Bishop Show,” and sings “Sunday Sun.”
UNI releases “Sunday Sun,” and “Honey Drippin’ Times.” (“Sunday Sun” enters the chart at #100, remains for one week, drops off and re-enters the chart on Nov. 9, 1968 for 4 additional weeks.)
UNI releases “Velvet Gloves and Spit” album.
Neil’s second child, Elyn, is born.
Neil makes a second appearance on “The Joey Bishop Show,” promoting the “Velvet Gloves and Spit” album.
Neil moves to The San Fernando Valley in California.
Neil appears on “The David Susskind Show,” where he participates in a roundtable discussion on drug use and other current event issues.
Neil records “Brother Love’s Traveling Salvation Show,” at American Sound Studios in Memphis, Tennessee.
UNI releases “Brother Love’s Traveling Salvation Show,” and “A Modern Day Version of Love.” (Peaks on the chart at #22.)
Neil appears on Dick Clark’s “American Bandstand” show, performing “Brother Love’s Traveling Salvation Show.”
This was Neil’s 4th and final appearance on the popular music and dance show.
Neil appears on the “Music Scene” television show, performing “Holly Holy” and his current single, “Both Sides Now.” Also appearing on this show is Mama Cass Elliott of the famous pop group, “The Mamas and Papas.”