For the most part, he said, it’s happy music. And the band tries to put on an entertaining show.
Decades ago, the group knew how important it was to entertain the audience. As the British Invasion came in, rock and roll slowed down.
“The Diamonds” stayed relevant by creating an entertaining show that includes four-part harmonies and even a little comedy, Owens said.
The group plays some of its own music and other popular songs from that era.
“It’s kind of a musical review of the 1960s,” Owens said.
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