Bandwagon: Super Diamond Tribute Band, Aug. 16, The Hive

Bust out your sequin jumpsuits and get ready, a Neil Diamond tribute band is descending on The Hive. San Francisco-based band Super Diamond will play all of Diamond’s timeless classics, including “Sweet Caroline,” “Cherry Cherry” and “America.” The sextet was formed in 1993, and has even received a nod from the man himself for its passionate covers of his music. The San Francisco Chronicle wrote, “Super Diamond does Neil Diamond without any irony, but with loving enthusiasm — and a lot of practice.”

— Ben Olson

Doors at 7 p.m., show at 8:30 p.m.; $25 in advance, $30 at the door. The Hive, 207 N. First Ave., 208-457-2392. Get tickets at Listen at

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