By Audlem Webteam - 4th October 2008 7:25am
It may be sheer coincidence, but just days after Audlem Online was describing the inspiration behind the Neil Diamond hit Sweet Caroline, the great sing-a-long anthem that Diamond says was inspired by President J F Kennedy's then very young daughter, Caroline, the same tale was being described to the nation on BBC Radio 2.
Audlem Online was covering Neil Diamond's work as a preview to Thursday's music night at the Bridge Inn with the 'Diamond Geezer', said to be the UK's #1 Neil Diamond Tribute act — see 'Sweet Caroline in Audlem tonight'. The BBC did add another facet to the Diamond story yesterday, Friday afternoon — that Neil Diamond in November last year did get to sing the song personally to Caroline Kennedy on her 50th birthday — 39 years after its composition in 1969.
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